CineTv Contest #29: Sultan


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If I have ever watched a movie that shows hard work and determination pays off, then it is this particular movie, Sultan. This movie has a whole pack of hard work in the face of serious emotionally instability. Hard work does not mean physical application of strength alone but also a show of maintaining a high level of focus and not quitting even if the odds of success are slim.
Sultan Ali Khan started out as a satellite antenna installer and occasionally played games of chasing plastic kites with other young men in his neighbourhood. On one of the kite chasing game, he accidentally bumped into a pretty lady, Aarfa who he immediately fell in love with, although she did not take him serious. She later agreed to be his friend and he went ahead to tell his folks that they had something going on. This angered Aarfa and she told him she could only marry a wrestler, like her.
Sultan, determined to win her hands enrolled into training as a wrestler under her father, since he was a coach. After months of hard work and determination, Sultan rose from being a champion in his village to winning the state championship alongside Aarfa. She later agreed accepted to marry him and they continued to work tirelessly towards attaining their goal of wining an international gold.
Few months to getting into the international tournament, Aarfa found out she was pregnant and could not go on to participate, although Sultan won the gold.
Sultan became arrogant and even left to win another gold few days before Aarfa put to bed, the child died as he had a form of anemia and only sultan could donate blood to him since they had the same rare blood type. Devastated by this sad event, Aarfa left him to stay with her Dad, Sultan stopped wrestling and dedicated most of his time to opening a blood bank.
Aakash, a young man who runs a mixed martial art league needed to salvage the reputation of his league and taking advice from his experienced father, he decided to bring in an indigenous hero, and that was Sultan.
After getting to know about why Sultan had quit fighting from Sultan's best friend, Govind, Aakash managed to convince Sultan to partake in the league.
They employed an experienced coach to train him, the coach at first refused to accept, stating that Sultan was finished but after seeing the determination in Sultan, he accepted.
With a bid to achieve his aim of opening a blood bank in his son's name from the proceed of the league, Sultan put all his will and strength into his recovery and he made excellent progress.
During his semi final fight, Sultan got terribly injured that his doctor advised him not to fight in the final match. Boasted by Aarfa's renewed support for him, Sultan ignored his doctor's warning and went ahead to fight in the final match, risking death.
But at the end, his hard work and determination payed off, Sultan won.
This movie taught me how to never give up on my dreams and goals not matter how difficult the path leading to it was. It showed me that their is certainly no gain without pain and not guts, no glory.
Never give up on your dreams no matter how rough the road to attaining it is.


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