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According to the Times of India, the Phogats have enjoyed an outsized impact on the growth of women’s wrestling in India: The first woman wrestler to qualify for the Olympics [from India], Geeta Phogat, 24, is quietly leading a revolution in her remote village Balalli in Haryana which has a skewed sex ratio of just 873 women for every 1000 men.At 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, Geeta won gold, while her sister Babita clinched silver as the elder of the duo has not looked back, becoming the first woman wrestler [ from India] to compete in Olympics at London 2012.“In our village women are left to clean the house and milk the cattle so when I first entered the ring, I had to hear the criticism of people…That number jumped to 42 countries for the London Games in 2012.With the increase in weight-classes from four to six for the Rio Games in 2016, even more opportunities have been created for women in wrestling.The biopics which were made earlier in the year on Mohammad Azharuddin and MS Dhoni had set a trend of taking big detours from the real stories.All of them certainly had disclaimers saying the films are inspired from true events, but that doesn’t mean that the makers of the movies can show whatever they want.Even my grandmother would tell me that girls should not wrestle, it’s a man’s game,” she added.“This is just the start and not the end, he keeps on telling me.
And that has always been the way for the Phogat daughters.
However, in reality, Geeta had won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championship in 2009.
Mahavir in the movie desperately wants a boy child so that he can win a gold medal for the country.
In Mahavir Singh Phogat's biography, Saurabh Duggal writes: One can perhaps imagine the state of Mahavir’s mind as the father of a daughter in the late 80s, when girls were considered a liability.
But, ironically, it was not Mahavir but his wife, Daya Kaur, who was hoping that their first child would be a boy.