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Movie review: 'Mary Kom'

Original post made on Sep 14, 2014

Mary Kom holds enough world boxing championship titles and influence in the sport to merit a keen cinematic look at her career's progression. However, this film botches that opportunity, succumbing instead to the common pitfalls of its genre, and topping it off with an inelegant style of execution.

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Posted by Chan Iyer
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on Sep 14, 2014 at 11:34 pm

True picture is a moving story saga of a legend in boxing. One or two things that call for exceptions which are still regional in awe and respect for her egs. are when her father blesses the children of Manipur for a long life and when the insurgents spare her as she is a boxer from their state..both were good for her but added the regional sentiment which goes contrary to her own anguish when she loses a inter state championship to reiterate her Indian spirit but what went wrong was all the right she could imagine to succeed


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