Singh Saab The Great Movie Review: Sunny’s Punjabi Tadka!
Singh Saab The Great Movie Review-In Short
A former Collector disguises himself as a Sikh to help the downtrodden and to bring about a change in the society.
Singh Saab The Great Movie Review-Verdict
If you are a fan of Sunny Deol films, you will surely enjoy this fare!
Singh Saab The Great Movie Review-Story Plot
A mysterious Sikh, who calls himself Singh Saab (Sunny Deol) becomes known as a messiah for the downtrodden and the helpless sections of the society through his noble deeds.
When an ambitious reporter Shikha (Amrita Rao) remembers seeing him in prison a few years back, she decides to explore his past and comes across a tragic story of love and loss. Singh Saab was actually an incorruptible Collector, who would not hesitate even to penalize his childhood friends as and when they ended up on the wrong side of the law.
How Singh gets back at Bhoodev Singh with the help of Shikha forms the rest of the plot…
Singh Saab The Great Movie Review-Performances
Like mentioned earlier, fans of Sunny Deol, who enjoy seeing him roar and beat bad guys effortlessly, will enjoy watching their favourite star in this flick. Sunny's inimitable dialogue delivery, his screen presence and his personality, not to mention his dhai kilo ka haath, will ensure maximum cheers and whistles.
On her part, Rautela does a decent job, though she doesn't have much screen time as such. Amrita Rao moves around with an irritatingly smug expression of her face in most scenes for no apparent reason and Prakash Raj plays the same kind of role he has been playing in Bollywood since the past few years.
Singh Saab The Great Movie Review-Direction
Anil Sharma and Sunny Deol had teamed up a few years back to make Gadar, which was a massive hit and though Singh Saab The Great might not have been made on an epic scale like Gadar, the film is sure to win hearts.
The film has the right doses of humour, romance and drama, not to mention action and a different kind of hero, who believes in change and not revenge. On the flip side, the movie is full of clichés and is somewhat predictable at times, but when you have Sunny Deol doing what he does best, there are no complaints, even if the film gets preachy at times.
Singh Saab The Great Movie Review-Final Word
Only meant for fans of the dhai kilo ka haath star...
Release Date : 22 November 2013
Director : Anil Sharma
Genre : Social