Sardaar Gabbar Singh Review: Even for Fans, its just ‘Half Meals’


Movie: Sardaar Gabbar Singh

Release date : April 08th, 2016

Cast : Pawan Kalyan, Kajal Aggarwal

Director : K. S. Ravindra (Bobby)

Producer : Eros International, Sharrath Marar, Pawan Kalyan

Music Director :  Devi Sri Prasad

Editor : Gowtham Raju



Gabbar Singh (played by Pawan Kalyan) is a police officer who gets transferred to a town called Ratanpur. Soon after his arrival, he finds out that the town is plagues by the evil deeds of ruthless Bhairav Singh (played by Sharad Kelkar).

The princess of Ratanpur Arshi (played by Kajal Aggarwal) meets and as time passes by falls in love with Gabbar. Twist in the tale comes when Gabbar Singh comes to know that he was sent to Rattanpur to solve the problems of the royal family of Arshi which is suffering from Bhairav Singh.

How Gabbar Singh fights with Bhairav Singh and solves problems of Arshi and the town form the rest of the story.

What is Good?

Pawan Kalyan is the heart and soul of the film. As he has dedicated this film to his fans, he has given his best. His dances, comic timing, punch dialogues and body language… are all top notch.

Kajal Agarwal looks extremely gorgeous. With her newly attained slim looks, she will definitely give sleepless nights to her fans.

Mukesh Rishi, Tanikella Bharani, Ali, Brahmaji etc made their presence felt.

Brahmanandam and Kelkar failed to impress the viewers with badly etched characters.

Few action scenes and dance moves have been choreographed well.

What could have been Good?

The story is quite routine and there is nothing new here.

After setting up the first half in itsy bitsy way, the film loses steam in the second half with unconvincing screenplay.

The climax is a big letdown which looks quite silly.

Romantic scenes between lead pair were not convincing.

Screenplay is not coherent at all with random scenes thrown in it.

Technical Work:

Director Bobby could have done better job if he was given complete freedom. He has shot few scenes well though.

Pawan’s story is routine and screenplay lacks punch and novelty.

Cinematography is good.

Art direction deserves special applause for setting up Rattanpur.

Costume department has also worked hard.

Production values are rich.

Dialogues are excellent and they elevate Pawan’s image.

Music is not so good but background score works in film’s favor.

Final Verdict:

Even for Fans, its just ‘Half Meals’

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