Gold Movie Online
Gold movie Online Story needs no narration. It is quest for first Olympic gold in hockey free India in the year 1948. Reminiscent of our struggle for independence this victory also came with its share of obstacles like monetary issues, partition, in-team fighting, jealousy, lack of facilities etc. However, the common factor against all odds was so powerful that it dwarfed the difficulties and brought the honors. That factor was PATRIOTISM.
In fact, Gold movie Online is not Olympic win but few people’s obsession to see their country, tricolor, and national anthem getting its due respect. While the ultimate war was won this day in 1947, the movie reminds us there were numerous other battles, big and small, which helped natives in British India stay united. Each of these victories boosted their spirits and made them believe that azaadi was not too far away. In addition, this junoon continued post independence when India was trying to come out of British shadows to establish an identity of its own.
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However, the gold movie is bereft of real happenings. Neither was there a man named Tappan Das (Akshay Kumar) nor were the matches as exciting as shown in the movie. India won the actual finals comfortably, 4-0, against Great Britain. Gold movie dramatized it many notches. Understandably, the makers had to mix facts and fiction to give the adrenaline rush required for commercial success.
For a period film Gold movie Online, visuals are appealing. All the characters have acted well. Mouni Roy, in a cameo, is sweet to watch gold movie. Akshay Kumar has proved once again that he is unassailable when it comes to movies with a special message. He has traversed the journey of a khiladi, literally & figuratively. Only blip, quality of hockey shown on screen is sub-standard. It’s a pity because such was the grandness of Indian hockey during those times that entire stadium, irrespective of nationality of people thronging it, cheered for the way men in blue played the game. Probably the makers were more interested in casting better actors, than players.