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Singh Saab The Great Movie Review


By on Friday, December 06, 2013

Singh Saab The Great Movie Review
Producer: Anuj Sharma, Sangeeta Ahir
Director: Anil Sharma
Lead Cast: Sunny Deol, Amrita Rao
Supporting Cast: Urvashi Rautela, Johnny Lever, Prakash Raj, Anjali Abrol, Simran Khan
Genres: Action, Crime, Social
Music Director: Sonu Nigam, Anand Raj Anand
Lyrics: Sameer, Kumaar, Anand Raj Anand

Singh Saab The Great Movie Review


We should get one thing straight. Provided that you haven't been a devotee of Sunny Deol superhits like Ghatak, Ghayal, Gaddar and the sky is the limit from there, assuming that you don't have his acclaimed discoursed right from dhai kilo ka haath or tareek pe tareek retained or assuming that you don't prefer the high-octane crude, strong movement show then Singh Saab The Great isn't a film for you.

The film rotates around the ethically upright government official Saranjeet Singh (Sunny Deol) who acts as an authority in a little town of Up. Being a defender of exceptional deeds,Saranjeet Singh always stands in the way of corruption and takes on corrupt officials who are plaguing the nation. He heads off to all lengths to restore truth and respectability regardless of the possibility that it means putting his and his family's existence at stake.

Singh Saab The Great scores only for establishing for our desi model. In place of acclimating or being roused by the Hollywood activity flicks, the motion picture carries the times of an underdog climbing to battle for his, his family and his country's pride.

There couldn't have been an alternate performer more befitting to this story than Sunny Deol. His comeback to the activity mode is splendid. Yet the performing artist comes up short in emoting sentimental arrangements as endearingly as he used to previously. The rust on his acting ability, owing to the crevice that happened, can effortlessly be seen. Having a high school debutante (Urvashi Rautela) inverse him just intensifies matters for the hole in age makes for an awful realistic experience.

It's after long that one finds Prakash Raj assuming a negative part menacingly and not making it show up as the million others he has played in the equation movies of Bollywood. The fight between both Deol and Raj has its holding minutes.

Amrita Rao as a columnist who is chronicling the life of Singh Saab is normal under the most favorable conditions and doesn't add any worth to the story.

Sstg has everything pulling out all the stops with the exception of that the film (medication smart) comes a couple of years postponed for now is the right time. Notwithstanding having its minutes, there are partitions in the film which help you to remember '80s silver screen. Indeed the creation quality is bored and gives the film a tripe feeling. Producer Anil Sharma takes an extremely old fashioned approach in narrating which is adorned conspicuously with boisterous foundation score and exaggerated groupings.

To entirety it up, Singh Saab The Great is a complete single screen film for Sunny Deol fans who are longing to see him back in movement. For the others its only one more masala performer.

Rating : **1/2



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