Two years after Mary Kom's medal-winning performance at the Summer Olympics, the trailer of the biopic titled <em>Mary Kom</em> is out. Directed by Omung Kumar, produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (who has, incidentally, edited the trailer) and starring Priyanka Chopra, <em>Mary Kom</em> is Bollywood's ode... to what? Let's take a look at the trailer to figure that out. <iframe src=//www.youtube.com/embed/OxsKcx1IwI8 width=560 height=315 frameborder=0 allowfullscreen=allowfullscreen></iframe> Is this a film that would have you do a Mexican wave in support of girl power? Absolutely. Is it a film that is faithful to the story of a woman athlete from North East India? Not by a long shot. <em>Mary Kom</em> begins with people knocking Mary (Chopra) down, literally and verbally. Her father doesn't want her to be a boxer. Boys on the street make snide remarks about her being Muhammad Ali. But Mary's coach thinks she's got potential and she can, from the look of things, float like a feather to the floor of the boxing ring when she's being knocked out. That's not the end of her talents though. When Coach Sir (Sunil Thapa) takes her on as a student, to be a <em>phiter</em>, she trains feverishly. Quickly, she becomes good enough to beat the crap out of men bigger than her in street fights. Just in case you thought she's all about fighting, she can also cook and giggle while flirting with a dude (the one she'll marry. Because she's a good girl and all that).