Pailwaan Movie Review
Director – S. Krishna
Star cast – Sudeep, Suniel Shetty, Aakanksha Singh, Sushant Singh, Kabir Duhan Singh and Sharath Lohitashwa
Genre – Sports Drama
Producer -Swapna Krishna
Production Company – Zee Studios Presents and RRR Motion Pictures Production
Music – Arjun Janya
Cinematography – Karunakara A.
Ratings – 3.0
Brings in all the needed masala elements, with comedy, romance, fights and emotions added in generous amounts.
Krishna played by Sudeep is an orphan who is brought in a wrestling gymkhana. He is brought up to become a fierce wrestler. However, when he intends to follow his passion he is seen pursuing love, thus arising the conflict in him. So, how is this man able to resolve this conflict is a big issue in itself.
Although the film happens to be a sports drama talking about wrestling and boxing, basically it is a father and son story. One can find the action sequences in the film nicely choreographed and remains the visual appeal for the fans. Also, you can find a love story in it which seemed to be an unnecessary plot. The bring has, therefore, all the elements one can wish for. Right from the much-required masala elements like romance, comedy, action, and emotion, everything has been added with a proper charm giving the audience everything they want.
Talking about the performances, Suniel Shetty plays the father of Pahelwan Krishna played by Sudeep. He stands out with his performance, while Sudeep has simply done an incredible job on the silver screen giving something interesting for the audience. The others like Sushant and Kabir Duhan Singh have limited screen space yet they have nailed it as in their antagonist roles. Aakanksha Singh on the other side offers some amount of breeze that suits her part. The other elements like music, soundtrack, screenplay, direction, and photography seemed okay giving enough entertainment value to the film.
Pailwaan The Last word
Pailwaan has all the entertainment values in it that makes the film worth watching. One can find some epic battles to be fought in the film to humor, drama and other elements that make the film interesting enough to catch on the silver screen.