Pawan Kalyan hits the bull's eye with 'Gabbar Singh'
Pawan's last few films - 'Teen Maar', 'Komaram Puli' and 'Panjaa' - were box office duds, but this film will be liked by his fans.
Director Harish Shankar has made sure that he pleases both, the educated and the mass audiences by packaging the movie well.
Pawan's energy level, dialogue delivery and comic timing are top class throughout the film. 'Gabbar Singh' is a Pawan centric film, just like 'Dabangg', which was centered around the charisma of Salman.
Shankar, who was a big fan of Pawan in his college days, has corporated all the elements that fans want to see in the actor's film.
Stylish fight and dance scenes of Pawan will be surely enjoyed by his fans. On the flip side the emotional aspect, which was in focus in the Hindi film, has been completely neglected in the Telugu remake. And the much publicised "Keka, keka" picturised on Malaika Arora is not a patch on the hit item song "Munni badnam hui".
Gabbar Singh ends with "Pawanism" and nothing else and fans would like it to the hilt. It is unfortunate that Shruti's looks and Abhimanyu's dynamic performance are overshadowed by Pawan's overbearing presence.
Kota Sreenivasa Rao, Thanikella and Ajay look convincing in their respective roles. Brahmanandam and Ali's comedy sequences are hilarious.
Senior artists like Suhasini and Nagineedu do not get enough scope to perform. Devisri Prasad's music is good.
Jayanth Vincent is fabulous behind the camera.
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