For nearly 2 ½ years, the ardent diehard fans of Pawan Kalyan have been incessantly awaiting this comeback on the screens and when it happens with ‘Sardaar Gabbar Singh’, there is nothing that would stop them from their irresistible celebrations. It happens with every mass hero, but reviewers and critics have nothing to do, for it turns to be a sumptuous treat for the respective fans.
Set against the backdrops of Rattanpur village, the people over there are terribly ruled by a millionaire thug, Sharadh Kelkar. Pawan Kalyan, a cop is now transferred by his higher official to this place, where he starts changing the pathetic lives of people that lets him lock horn with the dreaded baddie. Meanwhile, Pawan Kalyan falls in love at first sight with beautiful Kajal Aggarwal, who is facing more problems from Sharad and he now wants to marry her as second wife. How Pawan Kalyan using his brainy and brawny moves manages to settle the scores form crux of the story.
Filmmaker KS Ravindra has clearly written the script with an immense idea that it is no enough to fulfil the expectations of Pawan Kalyan fans. As mentioned by the beginning of this analysis, the film goes through the phase of predictable moments, logical quotients missing and the routine formulae, but again everything is eclipsed by Pawan Kalyan’s screen presence. His dialogue deliveries, body language and action sequences are more than enough to keep his league of followers in a much engrossed manner. But to come up with a stark analysis, the film might be a favourite for the ones outside Pawan group. The story is so predictable that you could easily make the exact assumptions on what’s going to happen next. The first half has some lively moments of fun, action, punches and the establishment of characters. In a much know manner, second half brings the realms of baddie over protagonist and how the latter bounces back to strike the score. Devi Sri Prasad desperately needs to come up with best songs, for in the recent times, we find it little disappointing from the rock star. But we need to appreciate his background score. Cinematography is very well etched with stunning visuals and who steals the show more is the art department. Definitely, they deserve more appreciations and acclamations.
Pawan Kalyan just sweeps off the fan on their feet with his magical performance. His screen presence as cited several times is more than a large factor to keep them hooked up throughout the film. Kajal Aggarwal has got a better makeover and she looks more rejuvenated. Sharadh Kelkar plays a perfect baddie and could be regarded as an apt for antagonist. Mukesh Rishi is extraordinary in places. Although humour looks slightly silly in places, the presence of Brahmanandam and Ali lets us u not to be bothered about it much more.
1. Pawan Kalyan screen presence
3. Background score, Cinematography and Art
What doesn’t work?
1. Predictable routine cinema
2. Screenplays and logic missing.
Overall, Sardaar Gabbar Singh is literally the one, which his fans curiously awaiting and yes, they have it all written celebrations with this movie.
Verdict : Strictly for Pawan fans
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