Vakeel Saab Review
The wait is finally over. Pawan Kalyan is re-appearing on the big screens after well over three years as his latest celluloid, Vakeel Saab is out in theatres now. Let us what the Venu Sriram directori
Sathvik SVUpdated: April 09, 2021 07:36 IST
Rating : 3.25/5
Vakeel Saab Story:
Satya Dev (Pawan Kalyan) gives up his law career following a fateful incident in his life. But he is persuaded to put on the advocate coat again after he meets three women, Ananya, Anjali, and Nivetha Thomas who are being tormented by a group of influential men. The rest of the story unveils Satya Dev’s relentless journey to ensure due justice is served to the three women who are in great need of the same.
Vakeel Saab Performances:
Pawan Kalyan is a class act. He shoulders the film with his ease, charm, and characteristic mannerisms. His portrayal of a disturbed yet determined lawyer is one of the major highlights of the film. This will go down as one of his finest performances in his career till date. The film is motored by stunning performances from the lead and support cast. Ananya Nagalla, Anjali, and Nivetha Thomas suit their roles and they emote very well.
Vakeel Saab Analysis:
Vakeel Saab shares all the prominent traits of the original, Pink and the director Venu Sriram gives it a commercial touch which is understandable given the fact that Pawan Kalyan is playing the male lead. The film doesn’t deviate from the core point for most parts and that is appreciable.
Vakeel Saab Verdict:
Vakeel Saab is social drama which has a relevant message and it delivers on this front. There are a few hiccups in the opening exchanges but the film gains momentum as things progress and that works in its favour. It will make for a good watch this summer.