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Dangal Trailer Shows Gender Has Nothing To Do With Strength & Accomplishment!

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    The much awaited trailer of Aamir Khan starrer Dangal is finally out and it shows that gender has nothing to do with strength and accomplishment. The film has a different storyline with a hunger to win the gold medal at the Olympics.

    Watch the trailer of Aamir Khan starrer Dangal here!

    Dangal Trailer Aamir Khan

    The trailer shows Aamir Khan with three daughters and believes that his fourth child will be a boy and will win him the gold medal in wrestling. However, he again gets blessed with a baby girl and his dreams of the gold medal are thrashed in an instant.

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    Aamir Khan later realizes that his daughters are no less than any man and can pull off wrestling moves and bring down the opponent in an instant. He trains his fourth daughter Geeta to be a wrestler and win the gold medal for India. Also, the last scene of the trailer shows a younger Aamir Khan fighting inside the ring.

    Dangal starring Aamir Khan is all set to hit the theatres on December 23, 2016.

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