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    Directed by Puri Jagannadh

    Written by Puri Jagannadh

    Produced by Karan Johar Puri Jagannadh Charmme Kaur Apoorva Mehta Hiroo Yash Johar Starring Vijay Deverakonda Ananya Panday Ramya Krishna Ronit Roy

    Cinematography Vishnu Sarma

    Edited by Junaid Siddiqui

    Music by Sunil Kashyap

    Production companies Dharma Productions Puri Connects Distributed by AA Films

    Sri Karthikeya Cinemas

    [] Release date 25 August 2022

    Running time 138 minutes[1]

    Country India Languages Hindi Telugu

    Budget ₹90–125 crore[2][3]

    Box office est. ₹88.4 crore[4]

    is an Indian sports action film written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. Shot simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu languages, the film is produced by Dharma Productions and Puri Connects. Vijay Deverakonda stars as the titular MMA fighter alongside Ananya Panday, Ramya Krishna, and Ronit Roy in pivotal roles. American boxer Mike Tyson plays an extended cameo.

    The film was announced in 2019, and the title was announced in January 2021. marks the debut of Deverakonda in Hindi cinema and Panday in Telugu cinema. The songs are composed by Tanishk Bagchi and Vikram Montrose. Principal photography began in January 2020 and suffered production delays after March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming resumed in February 2021 and after some other shooting suspensions in the pandemic, was wrapped up in February 2022.

    was released theatrically on 25 August 2022 and received overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics.[5][6][7][8] The film was a box-office bomb.[9]

    Contents

    1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3.1 Pre-production 3.2 Filming 4 Soundtrack 5 Release 5.1 Theatrical 5.2 Home media 6 Reception

    6.1 Critical reception

    6.2 Box office 7 References 8 External links

    Plot

    After his father, Balram's death, in the MMA National Championship, Liger and his mother, Balamani, move to Mumbai from Banaras/Karimnagar. Balamani is determined to turn Liger into a MMA champion and takes him to a coach named Christopher, who trains him. While Liger is on his way to perfection in the sport, he meets Tanya and falls in love with her. After learning from her brother, Sanju, that Liger has a stammering problem, Tanya, embarrassed, leaves him. Liger wins the national championship after getting motivated by the rejection. Liger moves on to participate in the International Championship, sponsored by Sanju and Tanya's father.

    Liger wins every match and moves on to the finals. However, Tanya is kidnapped days before the finals. Liger, upon getting to know of this, confronts Tanya's father. He reveals that he borrowed money from a gangster to set up his business, and remains helpless, as he could not repay the money back to him. Liger decides to save Tanya, by himself, which ultimately causes him to miss the final match. He stumbles on the person that kidnaped Tanya, Mark Henderson. It is revealed that Mark Henderson is Liger's role model, admiring him for his greatness, in the sport. Henderson challenges him to a fight, in order to get back Tanya. The fight begins to be live streamed, at the MMA final. When Liger is on the verge of losing, he remembers the advice that Balamani gave him and defeats Henderson. Impressed at his skills, Henderson takes a picture with Liger and Tanya, and lets them go. As a result of the successful fight, the MMA jury declares the fight between Henderson and Liger, as the final match. As a result, Liger becomes an international level MMA fighter.

    Cast

    Vijay Deverakonda as Liger

    Ananya Panday as Tanya

    Ramya Krishnan as Balamani

    Ronit Roy as Christopher, MMA coach

    Vishu Reddy as Sanju

    Ali as Ali Bhai Makarand Deshpande

    Getup Srinu as Ganpath

    Chunky Panday as Tanya's father

    Mike Tyson as Mark Henderson (extended cameo appearance)

    Production

    Pre-production

    Vijay Deverakonda who plays a kickboxer with a stutter, underwent a dramatic physical transformation for his role and went to Thailand for martial arts training.[10] After Janhvi Kapoor refused the offer due to dates issues, Ananya Panday was cast opposite Deverakonda.[11] The film's score is composed by Mani Sharma.[12] Composer Tanishk Bagchi is also signed for the film.[13] In September 2021, boxer Mike Tyson was signed for a extended cameo, thus making his acting debut in Indian cinema.[14][15]

    Filming

    Filming began on 20 January 2020 in Mumbai, with the tentative title .[16] 40 days of shoot was completed when production was halted in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India.[17] The filming resumed in February 2021. The second schedule was shot in Hyderabad.[18] The filming was delayed again in April 2021 due to the second wave of the COVID-19 lockdown. The cast and crew resumed the shoot in September 2021.[19] In November 2021, the cast and crew went to Las Vegas to shoot the portions with Mike Tyson.[20] The filming was completed in February 2022.[21]

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    ‘Liger’ movie review: This Puri Jagannadh film starring Vijay Deverakonda is a mess

    This Puri Jagannadh and Vijay Deverakonda film is a mishmash of sport, action and drama in which nothing makes an impact

    ‘Liger’ movie review: Vijay Deverakonda’s action drama is all noise and little else

    Sangeetha Devi Dundoo

    AUGUST 25, 2022 15:11 IST

    UPDATED: AUGUST 27, 2022 07:58 IST

    This Puri Jagannadh and Vijay Deverakonda film is a mishmash of sport, action and drama in which nothing makes an impact

    In the opening minutes of , a voiceover describes the title character as a slumdog from the streets of Mumbai who is aiming to win on an international podium. Though overused, this underdog template can still make the cut if a writer-director has a story that stays true to its milieu and engages the audience. , helmed by Puri Jagannadh and headlined by Vijay Deverakonda, however, comes across as a lazily written film that moves from one song/stunt sequence to another.

    Liger (Vijay Deverakonda), whom his mother Balamani (Ramya Krishnan) describes as a crossbreed between a lion and tiger, is good at mixed martial arts (MMA). Hailing from Karimnagar and raising him on her own, she has moved to Mumbai to see him as an MMA national champion; the mother and son make ends meet by managing a tea stall. They seek the help of a coach (Ronit Roy), though they cannot afford the fee. Balamani is a feisty character who does not bow down; she reveals an emotional story that cuts the ice with the coach.

    Puri gives Liger a handicap — a stutter. He can land several punches in the time he strings together a sentence. Predictable scenes follow in which Liger is ridiculed by the students of MMA and he has to fight to earn their respect.

    Liger

    Cast: Vijay Deverakonda, Ananya Panday, Ramya Krishnan

    Director: Puri Jagannadh

    Language: Telugu and Hindi, dubbed in Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam

    Once Liger’s potential in MMA is established, the story introduces the leading lady who is characterised as a dimwit who is both intentionally and unintentionally hilarious, and annoying. Tanya (Ananya Panday) is portrayed as a wealthy brat who desperately seeks social media attention. One of her friends suggests posting ‘hot’ videos to attract attention; but a few scenes later we see her lip-sync M S Subbulakshmi’s rendition of Suprabatham. She is game for anything that can get her traction. The entire scene in which Liger’s mother describes the kind of girl whom he shouldn’t fall for and she reflecting all those traits is one of the many cringe-inducing scenes that are passed off as humour.

    In another scene, Balamani loudly vents on the phone and asks Tanya to leave her son alone and not mislead him, asserting that she wants to see him as a champion. Tanya’s immediate reaction after the phone call is to ask, “Where is my vodka?” And it cuts to the foot tapping ‘Akdi pakdi’ dance number. Soon after, she is woken up by friends who tell her that her Instagram post has become a rage and fans have gathered downstairs. She goes to the balcony and waves to the crowd in a manner similar to SRK from Mannat. So was that song a dream, did it really happen and were those videos posted and went viral? The transition in the narrative is so random. Some sort of a reveal about Tanya’s true reaction to the mother’s angst comes much later but by then, nothing matters as the film goes on a downward spiral.

    The one who tries to hold the shaky narrative together is Vijay Deverakonda. His physical transformation makes him come across as agile and fit enough to pull off the stunt sequences. A pre-climax fight sequence involving women trained in Krav Maga sticks out like a sore thumb. Was that Puri’s way of showing the power of women after a string of glam doll characterisations of the leading women in his last few films? Who knows!

    The much-hyped combat between Liger and Mike Tyson has its moments, but coming at the fag end of a shoddily-written story, it is too little and too late. Cast in a fictional character, Tyson is shown as Liger’s idol but the climax reveal of the other side of the champion is a mockery.

    A big letdown, apart from the story and screenplay, is the language of . Understandably, some of the characters are men and women of Telugu origin who live in Mumbai. An easy mix of Telugu and Hindi would have been apt. Instead, we get the feeling of watching a partially dubbed film in which the Mumbai-bred characters are mouthing Hindi dialogues but we hear them in Telugu. A cursory explanation of the use of language would have made it less awkward.

    Indian cinema has had much better sports action dramas. Here the characterisations and storytelling are so banal that it is tough to root for the underdog story. Forget the physical transformation and the action episodes, we have seen better performances from Vijay Deverakonda in Telugu cinema. The stutter also appears forced in some scenes. Ramya can pack a punch as a courageous mother but she is mostly made to scream and shout. Chunky Pandey appears in a brief character that begins as glitzy and fizzles out.

    This big-ticket film that aimed for pan-India attention ended up as an embarrassment. At the start of the film, the protagonist says that he is not good at narrating a story, but he will try. Perhaps that was a warning about the film. Thankfully, does not end on a note that allows room for a sequel.

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    Liger: 2022 Indian Sports Action Film

    Liger: 2022 Indian Sports Action Film - Movie Cast, Movie Plot, Trailer, Review, Ratings of Liger: 2022 Indian Sports Action Film

    Liger: 2022 Indian Sports Action Film

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    Movie Name: LigerDirected by: Puri JagannadhStarring: Vijay Deverakonda, Ananya Panday, Ramya Krishna, Ronit Roy, Ali, Makarand Deshpande, Mike TysonGenre: Action, Drama, RomanceRelease Date: 25 August, 2022Running Time: 130 MinutesLanguages: Hindi, TamilBudget: ₹ 125 CroreRating:

    Movie is a boxing-based film in which Vijay Deverakonda plays a fighter.

    Liger is an upcoming Indian sports action film written and directed by Puri Jagannadh. Shot simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu languages, the film is produced by Dharma Productions and Puri Connects. Vijay Deverakonda stars as the titular MMA fighter boxer alongside Ananya Panday, Ronit Roy and Ramya Krishna in pivotal roles. American boxer Mike Tyson plays an extended cameo, thus making his acting debut in Indian cinema.

    The film was announced back in 2019, before the title Liger was announced in January 2021. Liger marks the film debut of Deverakonda in Hindi cinema and Panday in Telugu cinema. The songs are composed by Tanishk Bagchi and Vikram Montrose. Principal photography began in January 2020 and suffered production delays after March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming resumed in February 2021 and after some other shooting suspensions in the pandemic, Liger was wrapped up in February 2022.

    Liger is scheduled for theatrical release on 25 August 2022.

    Deverakonda, who plays a kickboxer with a stutter, underwent a dramatic physical transformation for his role and went to Thailand for martial arts training. After Janhvi Kapoor refused the offer due to dates issues, Ananya Panday was cast opposite Deverakonda. The film’s score is composed by Mani Sharma. Composer Tanishk Bagchi is also signed for the film. In September 2021, boxer Mike Tyson was signed for a extended cameo, thus making his acting debut in Indian cinema.

    Filming began on 20 January 2020 in Mumbai, with the tentative title Fighter. 40 days of shoot was completed when production was halted in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The filming resumed in February 2021. The second schedule was shot in Hyderabad. The filming was delayed again in April 2021 due to the second wave of the COVID-19 lockdown. The cast and crew resumed the shoot in September 2021. In November 2021, the cast and crew went to Las Vegas to shoot the portions with Mike Tyson. The filming was completed in February 2022.

    The music rights are sold to Sony Music India. The first single titled “The Liger Hunt Theme” was released on 9 May 2022, on the occasion of Vijay Deverakonda’s birthday. The second single titled “Akdi Pakdi” was released on 11 July 2022. The third single titled “Waat Laga Denge” sung by Vijay Deverakonda was released on 29 July 2022.

    Liger: Movie Trailer

    Liger: Movie Trailer Liger: Movie Reviews

    This Puri Jagannadh and Vijay Deverakonda film is a mishmash of sport, action and drama in which nothing makes an impact

    In the opening minutes of Liger, a voiceover describes the title character as a slumdog from the streets of Mumbai who is aiming to win on an international podium. Though overused, this underdog template can still make the cut if a writer-director has a story that stays true to its milieu and engages the audience. Liger, helmed by Puri Jagannadh and headlined by Vijay Deverakonda, however, comes across as a lazily written film that moves from one song/stunt sequence to another.

    Liger (Vijay Deverakonda), whom his mother Balamani (Ramya Krishnan) describes as a crossbreed between a lion and tiger, is good at mixed martial arts (MMA). Hailing from Karimnagar and raising him on her own, she has moved to Mumbai to see him as an MMA national champion; the mother and son make ends meet by managing a tea stall. They seek the help of a coach (Ronit Roy), though they cannot afford the fee. Balamani is a feisty character who does not bow down; she reveals an emotional story that cuts the ice with the coach.

    Puri gives Liger a handicap — a stutter. He can land several punches in the time he strings together a sentence. Predictable scenes follow in which Liger is ridiculed by the students of MMA and he has to fight to earn their respect.

    Once Liger’s potential in MMA is established, the story introduces the leading lady who is characterized as a dimwit who is both intentionally and unintentionally hilarious, and annoying. Tanya (Ananya Panday) is portrayed as a wealthy brat who desperately seeks social media attention. One of her friends suggests posting ‘hot’ videos to attract attention; but a few scenes later we see her lip-sync M S Subbulakshmi’s rendition of Suprabatham. She is game for anything that can get her traction. The entire scene in which Liger’s mother describes the kind of girl whom he shouldn’t fall for and she reflecting all those traits is one of the many cringe-inducing scenes that are passed off as humour.

    In another scene, Balamani loudly vents on the phone and asks Tanya to leave her son alone and not mislead him, asserting that she wants to see him as a champion. Tanya’s immediate reaction after the phone call is to ask, “Where is my vodka?” And it cuts to the foot tapping ‘Akdi pakdi’ dance number. Soon after, she is woken up by friends who tell her that her Instagram post has become a rage and fans have gathered downstairs. She goes to the balcony and waves to the crowd in a manner similar to SRK from Mannat. So was that song a dream, did it really happen and were those videos posted and went viral? The transition in the narrative is so random. Some sort of a reveal about Tanya’s true reaction to the mother’s angst comes much later but by then, nothing matters as the film goes on a downward spiral.

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