Mary Kom

Mary Kom

3.6 2,046 Ratings

Directed by : Omung Kumar

Release Date : | Length : 124 Minutes

  • Critics Rating 2.6/5
  • MJ Rating 2.9/5
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The movie begins in earnest by showing an incident that builds her interest in self-defence before showing her first interaction with a boxing gymnasium and coach and her entry into boxing. The movie then tells the story of her initial training, her struggle with a new sport, her immense dedication and will, her passion, whil...more


“Priyanka Chopra's sincere dedication and Mary Kom's inspirational life struggle deserved a better biopic. But, despite its flawed screenplay and predictability, the film should be watched because Mary's story needs to be told.”

Mary Kom Credit & Casting

Priyanka Chopra


Cast (in credits order)

Mary Kom Box Office

  • Gross: INR 61.43 cr.
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Mary Kom

| by Aneela Zeb |
Rated 3.0 / 5
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If Mary Kom the film works, it is because of the story. As in Mary Kom's real life story;not because of the treatment. Like the endless takes on Mahabharat, it is very difficult to come up with a ho hum product because THE STORY IS SO GREAT. Yes, RGV's take of Sholay remains the exception to the rule. It takes a spcial kind of genius to ruin that storyline.

Mary Kom the film could have been a close second. But then this is Mary Kom, she has taken so many knocks and punches in life, perhaps her biopic took some inspiration and just plodded on. In a movie that begins with paying homage to a multitude of endorsements, the late Lt Col Ashok Chopra, and the dear departed Naveen Bhansali; perhaps there was not much left to feel anything for Mary Kom's dilemna. I am going with this.

Though I must give the director some credit that he could make the brief snatches of Manipur look a bit credible (even though they conveniently gloss over the insurgency, Mary Kom's personal loss, hopes for the future, being Manipuri in India) for we all know in a Bhansali production geography and "setting" is the first casualty.

Knowing Mary Kom's story I am sure audiences will leave the movie taking something away that is relevant to their lives, whether it is the slight of ethnic biases, red tape, our anger at a system that promotes the ubiquitous free loading babu, anger management--or the harried mom jisko thappad (ya piyar) se darr nahi lagta but yes thermometer se zaroor lagta hai.

Should you watch this film? I still think you should. Let not MC's detractors have all the last laughs.

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