Sardaar Gabbar Singh Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Today, on April 8th, Telugu people are celebrating Ugadi festival. But the film audience are celebrating ‘Sardaar’ festival all over the world. Pawan Kalyan’s much awaited film “Sardaar Gabbar Singh” has been released worldwide in a grand manner on the eve of Ugadi. Pawan fans have started celebrations from mid-night, as the film makers have aired special premiere shows of the film for the fans. Amidst lot of expectations, the film has been released world wide in record number of theatres. Lets see whether the film has reached the expectations of the audience or not…. !!
Bhairav Singh (Sharad Kelkar) was a Royal scion of Ratanpur. He destroys green fields of the village in the name of mining and grabs their farming lands. He murders those people who questions him. The Royal family managed by Hari Narayan (Mukesh Rishi) and Princess Arshini Devi faces deep financial crisis.
When Hari Narayan is looking for a right person to check Bhairav Singh, Gabbar Singh who works as an SI at Panjagutta Police Station gets appointed at Ratanpur after getting promotion as CI. There he falls in love with Princess Arshini Devi. But, she steps back to marry Gabbar Singh as he does not belong to the Royal family. How Gabbar Singh saves the Royal family and the villagers from the evil clutches of Bhairav Singh ? Will he marry Princess of the Royal family ? All these forms the rest of the story.
* Pawan Kalyan
* Pawan Kalyan – Kajal Chemistry
* First – Half
* Devi Sri Music
* Second – Half
* Routine Story
Cast Performance :
There is no need to explain about the performance of Pawan Kalyan. He carried the film entirely on his shoulders, as he personally supervised all the commercial elements of the film. Just like Ugadi chutney which is a blend of 6 different tastes, Pawan mesmerized the audience with his unique style with his action, comedy, dance, dialogues, fights and romance.
Pawan’s romantic scenes with Kajal brings the sweet taste for the audience. The chemistry between the lead pair worked out very well. Ruthlessly, he shows bitterness to Bhairav Singh and his gang.
The comedy scenes between Pawan Kalyan and Bramhanandam makes the audience spicy. Sharad Kelkar also performed well as the baddie in the film.
Brahmanandam as Tootala Shekhar, Posani and Urvasi were well set up in their characters. Mukesh Rishi as Hari Narayan played an important role in the film. Jabardast gang along with Ali became successful in tickling the funny bones of the audience with their comedy timing. Sanjana as Sharad Kelkar’s wife performed well. Rai Lakshmi gave a glamour touch in the special song of the film.
Technical Aspects :
Cinematography by Arthur Wilson is superb. He showcased Ratanpur Royalty and village atmosphere in an excellent manner. Devi Sri’s music is an asset for the film. The dialogues written by Sai Madhav Burra have a lot of depth in the film. Art work by Brahma Kadali is fine. Editing by Gautam Raju could have been better in the second half.
Pawan has worked tirelessly for the story and screenplay of the film for the past two years. Bobby became successful as the director, as he reached the expectations of Pawan Kalyan in narrating his story on the screen. We have already seen such mining stories in the past as well. However, Pawan added his style and comedy aspects to the already familiar story. The story could have been much better, if some more changes would have been made.
Telugumirchi Analysis :
Overall, the film is a Ugadi feast for the audience, especially for Pawan Kalyan fans. The romance between Pawan and Kajal gives sweet taste, comedy is like salt and pepper, Pawan shows his bitterness to his opposition and action sequences between the Antagonist and Protagonist makes the audience feel Pungent and Astringent.
Overall, the film is a blend of Six Tastes of Ugadi Chutney – Sweet, Sour, Salty, Bitter, Pungent and Astringent.