Vakeel Saab Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Boney Kapoor
- Dil Raju
- Nivetha Thomas
- Shruti Haasan
- Music Composer:
- Pawan Kalyan’s stylish performance and action movements
- Nivetha Thomas and Anjali’s emotional performances
- BGM is impressive
- Shruti’s role should have been designed a bit better
Vakeel Saab is a courtroom drama directed by Venu Sriram. It is an official remake of the Hindi film “Pink.” Dil Raju produced the film in association with Boney Kapoor. S Thaman composed the music. The cinematography is by PS Vinod and Prawin Pudi edited the film. The film has Pawan Kalyan, Nivetha Thomas, “Anjali,” Ananya Nagalla, Shruti Haasan, Prakash Raj, “Naresh,” Dev Singh Gill, Mukesh Rishi, “Subbaraju,” Anasuya Bharadwaj, Vamsi Krishna and Ananda Chakrapani.
Pallavi, Ananya and Zarina live in an apartment in Hyderabad. They work in different places. Once, they are introduced to a set of youngsters and as per their request, they went to a party with them. Due to a shocking incident, one of the girls injured one of the guys who accompanied them and they had to face the consequences. When none is there to help them, advocate Satyadev enters the scene to save girls from the legal situation. Did they succeed? The answer forms the rest of the story.
Pawan Kalyan is stylish and has done a good job. His action performances are stunning and stylish too. Prakash Raj is good in his role. Nivetha Thomas and Anjali got performance-oriented roles and they did justice to the given roles. Shruti Haasan didn’t have a big role. She is just present in the film in an extended cameo role. Vamsi Krishna and Mukesh Rishi are good with their performances.
Not all the remakes create huge expectations and bring a good performance subject. Vakeel Saab is quite decent with its remake and the stars fit well in the given roles. Venu’s direction is good. The director picked up the right artists and mixed the commercial element in the right proportion to this sensitive subject. Pawan Kalyan’s swag is properly utilized and the director has gifted certain sequences, especially to PSPK fans. Thaman’s music is awesome and Maguva song is a fantastic one and the BGM is perfect. The cinematography and editing are neat.
What’s Not There?
The film has some good performances and it is technically good too. It is definitely a treat for Pawan Kalyan fans!