Saaho full movie review
Critics review: 2.5/5
Cast: Prabhas, Shraddha Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Jackie Shroff, Tinnu Anand, Arun Vijay, Chunky Pandey, Mandira Bedi, Amit Sharma, Mahesh Manjrekar, Murli Sharma,
Producers: Bhushan Kumar, Pramod Uppalapati, V Vamsi Krishna Reddy
Director: Sujeeth Reddy
Saaho movie Storyline: Was it a one-man show?
This year’s much anticipated and most awaited action thriller movie Saaho released this Friday with a bang opening first day. The entire story is entirely centered around the fictitious city of Waaji which is dominated by gangsters. After the death of Jacky Shroff his company, Roy’s group of companies face the power struggle. The power struggle still continues after a successor comes from nowhere. A black box somewhere hidden in Mumbai holds a very important role as it has the key to unlock the answers to end the power struggle.
Viewers will fully understand this question which may be on the tip of everyone’s tongue after watching the movie. it is after watching the movie one will come to the conclusion regarding where the story is heading towards and what is the key to the struggle to power. Before getting to know this the director Sujeeth Reddy takes the audience through a series of events none of which are engaging.
Saaho full movie review
Though the movie Saaho has been able to pull a massive figure at the box office on its day 1 itself, audience reviews of the movie have not turned out to be as high as expected. After Bahubali, this is the next ambitious work of the lead actor Prabhas. The movie starts showcasing a huge empire in the fictitious city of Waaji. Crores of money are at stake with too many villains and only one man who can take heroically fight with all the bad guys.
Prabhas in Saaho
After the big success of Bahubali, expectations were at cloud 9 from the actor Prabhas. Saaho is directed and written by Sujeeth Reddy and produced by UV Creations. Though Prabhas had a very subtle entry in the movie, it quickly took turn into high octane action scenes which were brilliantly shown.
Prabhas was a perfect fit for this larger than life role in Saaho. But, the dialogue delivery and poor dubbing in Hindi did not work out to keep the humor and effect of the actor’s capability. However, Prabhas’s character is well portrayed to keep little engagement.
Shraddha Kapoor’s role in Saaho movie
Saaho as a movie was very important for Shraddha Kapoor after the success of Stree. The actress was praised for her role as a spirit/ghost. Honestly, Shraddha looks glamorous as always but failed to impress the audience with her character in the movie Saaho. Shraddha’s role was poorly sketched compared to Prabhas. The expressionless, empty face looks did not add to her role as a tough-talking cop. She is seen to be the person who gets to know everything at the last. Even the chemistry between the couple is very rarely seen. The much-hyped romantic fight scene did not bring in much for the movie.
Saaho review would be incomplete without Chunky Pandey as Devraj
It will be unfair if we did not mention in Saaho full movie review, one of the most liked and all-time comedy actors of one time Chunky for daring to take the negative, bad guy role. The most convincing role and character of the entire movie Saaho is a hundred percent, Chunky Pandey. The actor has proved his metal once again with his powerpack performance, the anger looks and enhances got matched with the lines he got. He is truly a versatile actor today too. The other characters failed to make an impact.
Saaho full movie review at a glance:
Saaho movie truly is a super-duper action extravaganza movie with a climax that attempts to make up for its flaws. Sujeeth attempts at a commonplace that goes in every direction to impress the audience in a not so hyped way as the movie was placed at a grand scale. Though the story sounded good on paper yet predictable in watching it left the audiences exhausted rather than excited. A better Hindi dubbing, better dialogue delivery, and connected scenes could have put some more stars in the movie.
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