Director:K. S. Ravindra
Cast:Pawan Kalyan, Kajal Aggarwal, Sharad Kelkar
Banner:Pawan Kalyan Creative Works, Northstar Entertainment, Eros International
Producer:Pawan Kalyan, Sharrath Marar, Sunil Lulla
Music:Devi Sri Prasad
Release Dt :Apr, 08 2016
Sardaar Gabbar Singh Story
Gabbar Singh(Pawan Kalyan) is a happy go police, who gets transferred to Ratanpur. Soon he finds out that, entire town is suffering from the evil deeds of Bhairav Singh(Sharad Kelkar).
Arshi(kajal), the princess of Ratanpur falls in love with Gabbar Singh. After some time, Gabbar Singh comes to know that he was sent to Ratanpur to solve problems of Arshi, who has a threat by Bhairav Singh. How Gabbar Singh fought with Bhairav Singh and solves problems of both Arshi and the entire village, forms the rest of the story.
Sardaar Gabbar Singh Analysis
The first 25 minutes goes on a dull mode and gradually movie picks up later. As revealed in the trailer, there is no uniqueness in the story, but Pawan Kalyan's screenplay makes the audience engaging. There are hilarious entertaining episodes in the first half and the interval bang is a treat to the hardcore Pawan Kalyan fans.
Compared to the first half, the second half ranks bit low. Several unnecessary episodes are dragged for too long and the required episodes are rushed. When compared to Harish Shankar's Gabbar Singh, this latest Sardaar Gabbar Singh will sound low. However, the movie still has enough entertaining elements required for the fans.
Pawan Kalyan is the only hope of Sardaar Gabbar Singh. Just like most of his earlier films, even Sardaar is a one man show. Kajal Agarwal in princess role is adorable and still managed to make an impact opposite the huge Power Star. Sharad Khelkar got full length role. He roars as a baddie. Mukhesh Rushi has got some notable role to play. Rest other characters gave a satisfactory performance.
Arthur Wilson's cinematography is good. Editing is the biggest flaw of Sardaar Gabbar Singh. There are several unwanted episodes which can be easily chopped off. The run time is no doubt the biggest disturbance. Screenplay is engaging. Background scores rank above songs. Production values are good. Director Bobby's impact cannot be felt and one can identify that it was Pawan Kalyan, who is behind megaphone in most of the scenes.
Sardaar Gabbar Singh Final Word
Strictly for Pawan Kalyan fans.
By Phani Ch