Venkatarathnam Naidu (Pawan Kalyan), son of Suhasini and step son of Nagineedu calls himself as Gabbar Singh after liking the character from Sholay. He turns as a cop and gets posted to his... See full summary »
Rahul embarks on a journey to a small town in Tamil Nadu to fulfill the last wish of his grandfather: to have his ashes immersed in the Holy water of Rameshwaram. En route, he meets a woman... See full summary »
Venkatarathnam Naidu (Pawan Kalyan), son of Suhasini and step son of Nagineedu calls himself as Gabbar Singh after liking the character from Sholay. He turns as a cop and gets posted to his hometown Kondaveedu. Siddhappa Naidu (Abhimanyu Singh) is a local goon in the village who aspires to turn politician and finally it leads to the rivalry between the two. Meanwhile, the cop sees a village girl Bhagyalakshmi (Shruti Haasan) and falls for her. Siddappa will put on his efforts and turns Ajay, Gabbar Singh step bother his side. How does Gabbar Singh solve all the issues and fights with Siddhappa is crux of the story. Written by
Pawan Kalyan actually brought the remake rights to Dabaang, but later permitted the producer Bandla Ganesh to make the movie so that the producer can recover from the loss he gained by making Theenmaar. See more »
The film rarely bores you. Tightly packed screenplay. Pavan Kalyan carries the film on his shoulders with ease. His mannerisms are the same, his acting style is the same, but somehow it does not appear clichéd. He gives a nonchalant yet energetic performance. Devi Sri Prasad's songs are all good. From melodies to mass numbers, he did a very good job. The fanfare theme music that comes in the background every time Gabbar Singh appears on screen, is awesome; makes you hum and raises your spirits. Sruthi Hassan is a wasted talent. It could have been anyone else in the heroine's character - it does not make any difference. I enjoyed the film mainly because the whole theater was reverberating with the enthusiastic shouts of fans even during the second week after release. Pawan Kalyan gets the much needed hit after a long time. Like for any other mass hero's film, for Gabbar Singh too, just a positive talk is enough to create records.
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