Dangal title track shows Aamir Khan as the father who never gives up and the man who won’t hear anything humiliating about his country
Dangal is just a few weeks away from its release and Aamir Khan is doing his very best to not get into controversies and promote Dangal positively in every possible way. The makers of the film released the audio of the title track on Thursday and now we also got to hear new dialogues delivered by Aamir Khan in this film. The track has been sung by Daler Mehndi.
Dangal tells the story of a wrestler from Haryana, Mahavir Singh Phogat, who trained his daughters Babita and Geeta to become world-class wrestlers. But before he began his journey as ‘Haanikarak Baapu’, Mahavir Singh Phogat was an ordinary but determined man who gets hurt when India fails to win a medal at the Olympics.
He faces the challenge from a random stranger who calls him a coward who would flee at the thought of a match. This is a fit and young Aamir, long way off from the Haanikarak Baapu we are familiar with.
The song starts and we witness the girls have grown up, only to realise their father being strict has worked in their favour. Mahavir Singh Phogat is now a supportive father who will readily grab your collar if you even think of insulting Geeta and Babita because they are girls.
He is the father who will stand by his daughter through thick and thin.
Sung by Daler Mehndi, written by Amitabh Bhattacharya and composed by Pritam, the video of Dangal’s title track focuses on Mahavir Singh Phogat’s (Aamir Khan) journey from a young wrestler to a middle-aged man determined to make his daughters achieve what he could not.