Pawan Kalyan bounced back with huge success of ‘Gabbar Singh’ after successive flops. Four years later, Pawan Kalyan is back again with “Sardaar Gabbar Singh” which has huge expectations. Lets see whether movie has met expectations or not?
Story: Bhairav Singh (Sharad Kelkar), a ruthless land lord, makes the lives of Rattanpur villagers miserable. Arshi Devi (Kajal Agarwal) who is from a Royal family loses her parents because of Bhairav Singh. Raja Hari Narayana (Mukesh Rishi) gets Powerful Police Officer Sardaar Gabbar Singh (Pawan Kalyan) from Hyderabad to Rattanpur to help him in solving the issues of Rattanpur. First he disappointed Hari Narayana but later he accomplishs the mission he was assigned. Sardaar Gabbar Singh falls in the love with Arshi at the first glimpse of their meeting. Bhairav Singh also wants to marry Arshi. How will Sardaar Gabbar Singh save the people of Rattanpur and marry Arshi is the movie all about.
- Pawan Kalyan’s energy
- Action sequences
- Dragged second half
- Routine storyAnalysis: Power Star Pawan Kalyan’s performance, body languages, dialogue delivery and comedy timing are outstanding. Actress Kajal Aggarwal is very beautiful throughout the movie. She did not get much screen space to prove herself. Sharad Khelkar dubbed voice did not suit his character. He was successful to show his evilness in his eyes and his screen presence and body language is appreciable. Brahmanandam, Ali and other comedy gang performed well. Raai Lakshmi attracted the audiences with her Tauba Tauba song. Pawan Kalyan who provided the storyline and screenplay, has failed in engaging audiences. The story of Sardaar Gabbar Singh is outdated and Screenplay is flat. The music of Devi Sri Prasad is good but background score is not up to mark. Cinematography of Wilson is very good. The movie could be better by trimming few dragged scenes. Overall the movie is average and does not meet audiences expectations.