Gabbar Singh review, Gabbar Singh movie review, Gabbar Singh Telugu movie review, Gabbar Singh rating: After disastrous 'Panjaa', Power Star Pawan Kalyan has teamed up with director Harish Shankar and producer Ganesh Babu for 'Gabbar Singh'. The movie is the remake of Bollywood blockbuster 'Dabangg'. Let's check out whether Pawan Kalyan delivers a super hit this time or not with Gabbar Singh Movie Review.
Venkataratnam Naidu alias Gabbar Singh (Pawan Kalyan) hates his step father Naidu (Nagineedu) and loves to live with individuality. He falls in love with Bhagyalakshmi (Shruti Hassan) who runs a bangle shop and plays tactics to impress and marry her. One day, Gabbar Singh locks horns with Siddappa Naidu (Abhimanyu Singh), an aspiring politician and youth leader over some issues. What happens next? Whether Gabbar Singh succeeds in his love and puts an end to the atrocities of Siddappa Naidu forms the rest of the story.
The first half of the film entertains with convincing narration and wonderful scenes. Right from the word go Gabbar Singh offers adequate entertainment and Pawan Kalyan has been the show stealer. The kabaddi scene, love episodes between Pawan Kalyan and Shruti Hassan, Mandubabulam song received thumping response from the audience. Harish Shankar, the director of Gabbar Singh has succeeded in narration and executed the script pretty well in the first half. Pawan Kalyan's dances in Gabbar Singh title song and Pilla song has been fantastic. The pre interval fight sequence has been shot well and is one of the highlights of the movie.
However, the second half falters at one point and catches the momentum again with some well etched scenes on Pawan Kalyan. The anthakshari scene in the police station is hilarious and the hospital episode is heart touching. The marriage scene could have been better. The sentiment scenes in the film are not that appealing and the director fails to establish the emotional content. The much talked about Kevvu Keka song lives up to the hype with Malaika Arora Khan's steamy hot performance. The climax fight has been powerful and Pawan Kalyan has carried it with elan.
Pawan Kalyan has carried the movie on his shoulders and he has been outstanding through out the film. His mannerisms resembled Chiranjeevi in few scenes and his dances in Gabbar Singh are a special package for his fans. His performance has been intense in the action scenes, especially in the pre interval and climax episodes. He lived up to the expectations this time with a rocking performance.
Though, the movie is the remake of Bollywood movie 'Dabangg', the second half of the movie has major changes in the script. Director Harish Shankar has done a commendable job in handling the things well - be it the narration or screenplay and execution. His dialogues are meaningful and catchy. Overall, Gabbar Singh is the movie that will enthrall the audience for brilliant performance from Pawan Kalyan and wonderful direction from Harish Shankar.
Pawan Kalyan unleashes his box office stamina and has excelled with incredible energy levels in this film. He showed his commitment in dances, diction, action scenes and delivered an amazing performance. Shruti Hassan has played her part well and her dubbing has been very poor. Abhimanyu Singh's performance is artificial. Tanikella Bharani, Nagineedu, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Suhasini Maniratnam are ordinary. Ali and Brahmanandam are hilarious in their limited roles. Ajay's performance is OK. Gayathri of 'Happy Days' fame acted in a surprising role.
The dialogues by Harish Shankar are fantastic and catchy. Editing by Gowtam Raju could have been better. Cinematography by Jayanan vincent has been brilliant. Devi Sri Prasad's music and background score is an asset for Gabbar Singh. Fights by Ram Laxman are amazing and powerful.
Devi Sri Prasad music
Final Word: Recommended for Pawan Kalyan's stellar performance and Devi Sri Prasad's fantastic music.
Gabbar Singh Rating: 3.5/5