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Probably the best sports movie made in India.
Auteur Anurag Kashyap's "Mukkabaaz" could well have been titled "Multi-Tasker". Somewhat like but with far bigger challenges than the great Indian film heroes who have to not just act but also dance, sing and fight unlike their luckier Hollywood brethren who only have to do the first thing, The Boxer we see here doesn't just have to box at the top level but also accomplish the Herculean task of overcoming caste politics and wholesale skulduggery, do a day-time Railways job under the mercy of corrupt bosses who barely allow him to escape in the evenings for his boxing training, which again he has to curtail because home beckons but he is too tired to cuddle up to his wife whose hand he had to fight like a fiend to win. Forget a district-level medal, if any man or woman can wake up the next day to again go through the cycle of this insane circus, he or she deserves a million dollars in cash and a Lifetime Achievement Award. More @ Upnworld
'Mukkabaaz' is an edgy and thrilling sports film which despite its flaws packs a solid punch with its gripping narrative and spellbinding dialogues.
What an outstanding political movie. A must watch.