Dangal is an extraordinary true story based on the life of Mahavir Singh and his two daughters, Geeta and Babita Phogat. The film traces the inspirational journey of a father who trains his daughters to become world class wrestlers.
|nudity||Only mild depictions of affection (e.g. kissing and caressing) and mild sexual innuendos are featured in the film. The film contains some mild sexual references as depicted in a scene where there are brief shots of a theater's walls plastered with posters of erotic films. Other sexual references include one where a man makes fun of the protagonist's sexual urges. These can be suited for a younger audience, albeit with parental guidance.|
|violence||Moderate portrayals of violence without details, are featured, and justified by context. Said portrayals of violence also do not dwell on cruelty, infliction of pain or torture in any fashion. The film contains frequent depictions of wrestling bouts set in a sporting context, where the protagonist's daughter takes on her opponents and wrestles with them using techniques like wrestling holds, throws and body slams. None of the wrestling sequences contain any details of injury or bloodletting. As such, the film can be suited for a younger audience. Parental guidance advised.|
|profanity||Infrequent coarse language is featured, but it is relevant and justified by context. The film contains some mild coarse language, like the Hindi equivalents of "idiot", "rascal" and "bitch".|
|frightening||Based on a true story, 'Dangal' is a Hindi drama which revolves around a man, Mahavir Singh Phogat, whose dream and ambition is to raise his daughters as wrestlers who will win accolades for their country. Official CBFC Rating: U|