Mary Kom is a 2014 Indian biographical sports film.
The\r\nfilm opens with a pregnant Mangte Chungeijang Kom (Priyanka Chopra), heading towards the hospital\r\nwith her husband Onler Kom (Darshan Kumaar). Onler is mistaken for an\r\ninsurgent and beaten when he tries to find a vehicle despite a curfew.\r\nThe film then shifts to a flashback with Kom, finding boxing gloves in the\r\nremains of an air crash in\r\n1991, which prompted her interest in boxing despite her father's\r\ndisapproval. During an early fight, she chases a boy and ends up in a boxing\r\ngym. After realising Narjit Singh (Sunil Thapa), coach of the gym, and of the\r\nAsian champion Dingko Singh, Kom tells him about her boxing\r\naspirations. He asks her to visit the gym for the next thirty days and says\r\nthat he will only teach her if she is deserving enough. She starts visiting the\r\ngym, informing her mother but not her father. Days pass but her coach does not\r\nenquire about her. Due to Kom's dedication and stubbornness, Singh starts\r\ntraining her, suggesting she change her name to Mary Kom.
After\r\nwinning the state level championship, her father confronts her for keeping\r\nabout her involvement in the sport from him. Her father asks her to choose\r\nbetween him and boxing: she chooses the sport. Kom has to fight a wrestler to\r\narrange money to get her household cow back, which is where she meets the\r\nfootballer Onler Kom.