Pailwaan Movie Review

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Starring : Kiccha Sudeep, Suniel Shetty, Aakanksha Singh, Kabir Duhan Singh, Sushanth Singh
Director : S Krishna
Producers : Swapna Krishna
Music Director : Arjun Janya
Rating: 2.5/5

Pailwan has been marketed heavily as it is Kicha Sudeep’s biggest film to date. The film has released in several languages today and lets see how it turns out to be.

Story:

An orphan Krishna aka Kichcha (Kichcha Sudeep) is raised like own son by Sarkar (Suniel Shetty) whose dream is to see his protg winning the gold medal for the country in the National Level Wrestling competition. Kichcha’s mind gets deviated when he falls for Rukmini (Akanksha Singh) who is already engaged to guy of her father’s choice. Kichcha ties knot with Rukmini which angers Sarkar and Raukmini’s father. Sarkar then asks Kichcha to leave the house and also give up wresting. What will he do? Will he ever enter the wresting court? Will he ever fulfill his father and mentor’s biggest wish?

Performances:

Sudeep looks fit to play the role of a wrestler. There isn't much scope for him to perform in this role that is loaded with masala moments. Akanksha Singh who romanced Nagarjuna in Devdas is good looking. Suneil Shetty's presence added to the pan India appeal. Sushanth Singh's character is badly written and he couldn't do much to save it. Kabir Duah Singh's portrayal of an arrogant boxer isn't up to the mark.

Plus Points:

Sudeep
Wrestling Scenes                   

Minus Points:


First Half
Romantic Track
Too much masala
Mishmash of many mass movies
Lengthy

Technical Aspects:


Production values of the film are top-notch as the camerawork and visuals are brilliant. Music is ordinary but the BGM is on another level and elevates the film completely. Telugu dubbing is quite good. Editing is pathetic as at least 20 minutes could have been easily edited. The screenplay is decent but could have been good in the second half.

Coming to the director Krishna, he has done an average job with the film. He has made the film keeping the Kannada audience in mind and showcased Sudeep in a superb manner. If you think in the Kannada perspective, his work will be appreciated as it is new for those audience to see Sudeep in such a mass angle. But for other languages, he work is below par as his story and execution are a rip of several sports dramas and have nothing new to showcase.

Verdict:


On the whole, Pailwan is a sports drama with a very routine story and execution.But a predictable plot and ordinary narration makes the film in Telugu a strictly okay watch this weekend. Go in well prepared as there is nothing new that will be showcased here.

 
 
 

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