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Anil Sharma reunites with Sunny Deol once again after a hiatus with 'Singh Saab the Great'. And luckily, Sunny is in good from & the film is pretty entertaining. It doesn't disappoint!
'Singh Saab the Great' Synopsis: A TV journalist uncovers a mysterious hero's back story, who once worked as a tax collector, before being imprisoned for 6 years.
'Singh Saab the Great' is predictable & clichéd, but entertaining nevertheless. The narrative is arresting & the raw action-sequences are effective. Shaktimaan's Screenplay is been-there-seen-that, but fiery dialogue & some well-written sequences, make it work. Anil Sharma's Direction is skilled. Cinematography is grand. Editing is fair. Music by Sonu Nigam & Anand Raj Anand, is passable.
Performance-Wise: Sunny shines in the central role. He's still got the intensity & the energy he's known for. Urvashi Rautela is decent. Amrita Rao is impressive. Prakash Raj makes for a worthy nemesis. He's absolutely loathsome. Anjali Abrol is credible. Johny Lever & Sanjay Mishra are funny. Yashpal Sharma & Manoj Pahwa are good.
On the whole, 'Singh Saab the Great' is entertaining.
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