Sardaar Gabbar Singh movie review
Release Date: 08-04-2016
Producer: Sharrath Marar, Eros International
Director: K S Ravindra(Bobby)
Star Cast: Pawan Kalyan,Kajal Aggarwal, Sanjjanaa Galrani, Brahmanandam, Kabir Singh
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Rattanpur and its surrounding area is being controlled and ruled by Bhairav Singh (Sharadh Kelkar) and his gang. Sardar Gabbar Singh (Pawan Kalyan) is transferred to Rattanpur on the request of Hari Narayan (Mukesh Rishi). He starts solving problems of the people in his own style which at first disappoints Hari Narayan but impresses him big time later. Bhairav Singh also creates problems for Arshi Devi’s (Kajal Agarwal) family for whom Sardaar Gabbar Singh falls in love at the very first glimpse of their meeting. Bhairav Singh also falls for her and starts to plan his second marriage with her. How Sardaar Gabbar Singh solved problems of Rattanpur people and Arshi Devi’s problems form the rest of the story.
Rold Gold (-)
1.Story and Screenplay
3.Songs are not Effective on Screen
This movie is pure show Power Star Pawan Kalyan mannerisms and his heroism. With his acts on screen, his fans gets super high. Power Star seems to be a synonym of one man show. Kajal Aggarwal as Arshi devi looks gorgeous on screen. Sharadh Kelkar as Bhairav Singh is good, but the voice which dubbed him does not sync him perfectly and is not effective for his face. Brahmandam, Ali, Prabhas Sreenu, Shakalaka Shankar, Narra Srinivas, Brahmaji, Suman Shetty and others perform well with what they are given. Oorvasi,Posani Krishna Murali and Mukesh Rishi are ok.
Music by Devi Sri Prasad is good but this album is not upto his caliber. He has done a pretty okay with this movie in terms of background music. Cinematography by Arthur A Wilson is good. He presented the movie in authentic feel and look. Editing by Gowtham Raju is too bad. He should have trimmed some portions out of the movie. Art direction done by Brahma Kadali is fantastic. His work is experienced from the beginning frame itself. Stunts and action choreographed by Ram Laxman duo is superb and are a perfect match to Power Star’s caliber. Dance movies choreographed are nice. Production values are grand.Coming to Director Bobby, he has done Ok job in the film.
Sardaar Gabbar Singh starts with a biggest problem created by antagonist to the innocents of Rattanpur and sorrounding areas and people hoping for a person to stand for them as a leader and solve their problems. So our Power Star is only the hope. His mannerisms and acts involved in solving problems of Rattanpur people make fans go gaga over them. Scenes and situations are conceived putting just fans in mind. This half goes on with only Power Star’s style and charismatic acts. This half can be concluded as by Pawan Kalyan for his fans with Pawan Kalyan. It is a good half for fans and not okay for others. Second half starts in the same age old routine way where antagonist asses his power and it’s disturbance by protagonist. This half is a crap compared to first half except for some heroic acts. Makers should have taken care of the content first. To Sum up, Sardaar Gabbar Singh disappoints audience and fans alike for big time.
GloldScreen.com Rating :2.5/5
Overall Verdict: He is Back to Do Nothing