Story – Saaho:
A large empire in the fictional city of Waaji, heaps and too many causes – no one can be trusted. Is the balance of power restored and can someone do something to defeat evil?
- Prabhas as Ashok Chakravarthy/Siddhant Nandan Saaho
- Shraddha Kapoor as Amritha Nair
- Jackie Shroff as Narantak Roy
- Neil Nitin Mukesh as Ashok Chakravarty
- Arun Vijay as Vishwank Roy
- Chunky Pandey as Devaraj
- Vennela Kishore as Goswami
- Murali Sharma as David
- Lal as Ibrahim
- Mandira Bedi as Kalki
- Prakash Belavadi as Shinde
- Evelyn Sharma as Aisha/Jennifer
- Mahesh Manjrekar as Prince
- Tinnu Anand as Prithvi Raj
- Supreeth as Alex
- Sasha Chettri
- Girish Garladinne
- Damini Chopra
- Kumar Raja Venati
- Naveen Varma Ganapathiraju
- Jacqueline Fernandez
You may already know the answer to the question above, but the screenwriter and director Sujeeth guides you through a tortuous maze before he gets there – none of them occupy it. Hidden as the biggest action thriller in India, Saaho goes into action mode early. The film begins with a wide angle of large structures and gloomy-looking people who stand for serious business. In the first half, the film toured cities to link high profile robberies in Mumbai and look for the missing black boxes that were key to the entire state. But by the time the interval rotates, you already know where to go, thanks to the nose dialogue.
Then there are the Prabhas with entries that are so subtle that they change rapidly, producing powerful high octane battle scenes that set the stage for more confrontations like that. Although he fully fulfills the bill for a larger role of life, the transmission of his dialogue is deliberately slow, almost like a lottery, and is not always successful. One sentence and the humor suits him, no joke ends in any way. However, the way the character is expressed, makes the audience stunned. Shraddha Kapoor looks glamorous, but offers a lifeless and indifferent portrayal of character that has been badly drawn from the start. Introduced as a talkative police, it won’t be long before it becomes a problem that often needs to be saved. He always seems to be the last person to know what he has. Even the chemistry between the main pairs is touch, and even the bulging “romantic fight scenes” aren’t quite successful.
Among many bad people, Chunkey Pandey, like Devraj, has a very convincing depiction of the character. He threatens and gets angry with anger if he only has a better line that fits this model. The rest, even though they are extraordinary actors, somehow come out like ordinary cartoons that have no influence. The way the character of Mandira Bedi is developing is ridiculous. The songs are so oddly incorporated into the story; They only managed to extend the runtime and expand the fragmented history.
Saaho certainly also provides an extravaganza with a climax that seeks to compensate for many of its losses. The second part of the film takes speed, but is overshadowed by vague narratives that require constant rest to disbelief. Special effects are too special and CGI does not have the skills for large-scale films.
Sujeeth tried to entertain the audience with translucent tobacco in all directions. You can also see how the story, though predictable, sounds good on paper, but many twists make you tired and uninspired. Saaho is an attempt to rediscover a story as old as time, if only many countries “horse”.
Epilogue : Saaho is a missed opportunity with a small and weak history.
Rating : we are giving 2.5 out of 5 (2.5 / 5) *****
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