Homesex movieDangal (2016) Movie Sex & Nudity

Dangal (2016) Movie Sex & Nudity

Men wear only underwear, as a wrestling clothes, but nothing sexual.
The protagonist and his nephew are seen going to an adult film theatre nothing explicit is shown.Few b grade film posters on the wall.
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.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


At the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Joseph school beat Phelps and won Singapore’s first gold medal since the founding of the people’s Republic of China. In our eyes, the Olympic gold medal is no longer a rarity, and in bullet Singapore, which has only a population of five million, schooling is like a national hero.

After returning home, Singapore arranged a victory parade for him. Schooling stood at the top of the convertible double decker bus, which took him slowly across the main roads of Singapore. On both sides of the street are full of people who look forward to it. When the bus passes, many people still chase the bus. I have only seen this kind of treatment and attention at the national treasure level once in Singapore, that is, the death of Lee Kuan Yew in 2015. Lee Kuan Yew’s coffin also slowly passed through the main roads, and the streets were full of people watching. But last time I saw a hero leave. This is to welcome the arrival of a hero.

How much impact did schooling’s gold medal have on this country? First of all, it has made the Singaporean People as happy as the festival for a long time. Secondly, it is said that the Junior Swimming Class in each swimming pool is full, especially the butterfly. Because schooling won the 100m Butterfly. On the power of idols! Most importantly, a voice, a kind of consciousness quietly sprouted among Singaporeans, that is: Singaporeans can also win the Olympic champion! Suddenly, everyone felt that the gold medal was not so far away. But “we” can also “this voice. This consciousness has kept Singaporeans waiting for 51 years.

In a country as rich as Singapore, the investment in sports has never been poor. In order to encourage athletes to win medals, they are willing to throw money at athletes. At the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, China’s Olympic gold medal is said to have only a bonus of 200000 yuan. At the 2008 Olympic Games, Singapore won the silver medal by relying on Chinese table tennis players who changed their nationality to Singapore. At that time, it gave athletes nearly 4 million yuan in bonuses. Of course, the bonus should be shared with the coach. However, even under such a costly incentive system, Singapore has not seen any real achievements in winning medals by Singaporeans before 2016.

The Olympic seed players are one in a million. Considering the population base of Singapore, compared with China, the scope of selection is not large. However, those selected will not have poor sports quality. There are 28 events in the Olympic Games. If you are not good at track and field, you can play with equipment; Those who are not good at land can play in the water. We can always find a campaign that fits our national conditions and ethnic characteristics. There are also many outstanding athletes in Singapore’s sports history. However, the key to winning the international competition is that everyone’s confidence has not come out. This long-standing “I can’t” curse remained unbreakable until the emergence of learning.

Imagine that even a country like Singapore, which has everything, needs 50 years to cultivate the awareness of “we can”, let alone India, which has more complex and backward conditions.

According to Wikipedia, India is not without gold at the Olympic Games, but very few. In the past decade, only one gold medal in men’s shooting was won in 2008. Why? Indians generally do not look weak. There is also a special warrior class in the Indian caste. Since ancient times, it has defended the country and is brave and good at fighting. Especially their Sikhs, men are tall, strong and powerful. Pull and throw a discus or something. It’s okay. But India just doesn’t have a gold medal.

Of course, the current sports situation in India has a lot to do with the inaction of the government (there is also a scene in the film to satirize this). But there are two other reasons. One is the prevalence of cricket in India; The other is the status of women.

Cricket is not only a national sport in India, but also a national sport. The strong boys were involved in cricket and training early. In India, cricketers are like Bollywood stars. Becoming a top athlete can also reap endless wealth and fame. On the field, no one talks about your origin, only your performance. This has become the driving force for many boys to get rid of poverty. Compared with cricket, some other sports lack government support, media pursuit and audience attention, and fewer athletes devote themselves to it.

As men rush to cricket, Indian women athletes are quietly rising. In the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, India won only two medals, one bronze and one silver, badminton and wrestling, but all thanks to the outstanding performance of female athletes. Moreover, more and more Indian women are taking part in professional sports. Here, we must talk about the status of women in India.

In fact, we Chinese know little about India and often understand India biased with our inherent thinking. In my impression, I often read something on the Internet. Here and there there are rape cases again; The woman’s dowry is sky high. Once married, she can only serve her husband’s family at home and be raped by her husband’s family. In our opinion, it is almost a century behind.

First of all, these are the facts that will happen in India. But it does not represent all of India. We look at India as if the western world looked at China for many years. At that time, the western media went to China and found a news that the countryside was buying wives and children. They ran back to publicize it, making the western world think that China was lagging behind. But in fact, some places in rural China are still buying wives and children.

The historical and cultural situation of India is completely different from that of China. China has much higher unity and consistency than India. Since ancient times, there have been many independent kingdoms on the Indian subcontinent. Each kingdom has developed its own language and culture because of geographical differences. They have evolved into today’s Indian states in the process of history. Then, for historical reasons, the differences in India are determined by the north and the south, by the state, by religion, by culture (evolved from ancient castes), and so on. Very complicated. That is why India is the most diverse country in the world. In other words, the general approach is the least applicable in India. Based on this understanding of diversity, we can further understand the status of Indian women. In short, the south is better than the north, and the cities are better than the countryside.

The Mughal Dynasty of India, a descendant of Central Asia, invaded India from Afghanistan and established an empire from the 16th century to the 19th century (Wikipedia). The rulers of the Mughal Empire believed in Islam and established their capital in northern India, including Delhi. Therefore, the Taj Mahal in New Delhi is a imperial mausoleum with Islamic architectural characteristics. Although in its heyday, the Mughal Dynasty also occupied the south, which was mostly indigenous to India, the emperor Tiangao was far away, and the South was not affected too much by its culture and politics. Today, the south is more modern and enlightened than the north. On the contrary, in the north, the local Hindu culture was slowly influenced by Islam, including the doctrine that men are superior to women in Islam. As early as the Vedic era of ancient India, the gender status in India was very equal, but later, like other civilizations, with the change of social division of labor between men and women, women were in a subordinate position in social and economic life, and the status of women gradually decreased. The infiltration of Islam exacerbated the decline of women’s status. Later, during the British colonial period, Britain, which was also unequal in gender status, did not do anything on the issue of women’s status. Indian women lived in such deep water for hundreds of years until the arrival of the new century.

India’s economy has developed by leaps and bounds in the past few decades, but there are still few modern metropolises. Urban women in India generally have a good level of education, of which highly educated women account for a considerable proportion. The social status is basically equal to that of men. India has welcomed not only Indira Gandhi, the first female prime minister, but also Sonia Gandhi, who is almost also known as the prime minister (they are all from the Nehru Gandhi family), and a large number of senior women are active in Indian business and industry. Kaku nakhate, chairman of Merrill Lynch India, Rekha Menon, chairman of Accenture consulting India, Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairman of the National Bank of India, etc( http://www.businesstoday.in/powerful-businesswomen )。

However, as soon as the situation comes to areas with relatively backward economic conditions, it is not so optimistic. Especially in the northern rural areas, there is a lack of education and conservatism. In some places, child marriage still exists. The wrestling family in dangalz comes from the countryside of a city-state near New Delhi. Moreover, the father’s Enlightenment to his daughter’s wrestling in the film was almost 20 years ago. It can be imagined that at that time, he had to withstand the pressure of public opinion to carry out wrestling training for his daughter, and how shocking it was for a rural girl to engage in professional sports. That’s why a father has to say that to his daughter on the eve of the finals. Winning a gold medal can tell girls who want to change their destiny: “I (we)” can also.

After the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, India began to deeply reflect on its sports performance. After all, as a populous country, it is a shame to get back only two medals, and it is inconsistent with its image of a rising economy in the world. The timely launch of Amir Khan’s Dangal is in line with the Indian people’s urgent desire to prove themselves in sports events. The whole country must be inspired by this film. On the social responsibility of celebrities!

As for the actors, you must already know that the 51 year old uncle personally went to the battle to increase meat and throw meat in order to play the father in the film. Not only he, but also the four girls who play his daughters are quite brilliant. I like the little actor who plays the second daughter best. A round face with an expression that is always confused, Meng Meng Da. At that time, after watching the film, the first thing was to find out whether these girls were amateur wrestlers or professional actors. Because the game scene inside is too realistic! It’s too difficult! It’s as thrilling as watching a real wrestling match. As a result, unexpectedly, these four girls are just actors. In order to perform the wrestling scene well, the Olympic athlete level training was carried out for 9 months, 6 days a week. I just want to say, capital clothes! By the way, I despise those domestic stars who rely on stinginess and stand in for money.

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