Movie Review: Singh Saab The Great
Director: Anil Sharma
Starring: Sunny Deol, Prakash Raj, Amrita Rao, Johny Lever and Urvashi Rautela
The movie ‘Singh Saab the Great’ is in its true sense a thrilling and heart-piercing movie that has several moments to get overwhelmed but the impactful punch of Sunny’s dialogue bangs on nerves and desire seems crazy in the want of more excitement.
The plot of the movie is drafted on the ground of realities that laymen encounter every day. The movie provokes the usual and very common theme of corruption and intricate web of the crime. Sunny Deol is assigned the role of a collector namely Karanjit Talwar whose is well known synonym of honesty in the face of a man alive. His truth is worth enough to create mayhem among all effigies of corruption who are firmly holding the chair while being in the house of politics.
The life sailing smoothly on the boat of life turns turtle since the time honest Talwar gets posting in Bhadori. The realm where he is posted is a land dominated by mafia where Bhudev Singh (Pankaj Raj) rules as per his own illicit laws. Talwar endeavors to combat the crime and offences prevailing in the province with the weapon of his honourable honesty as Mahatma Gandhi used non-violence his tool to fight against British’s unjust rule. But the worst of worse happened with him in return of establishing goodness. The villain incarnates his tyrannical avatar and makes his family his prey.
The wound that can never be recovered is of losing someone dear to you. The same trauma is evoked in the heart of Talwar who loses his dear ones in the clash of virtuous soul and evil ones. As often happens and mentioned in law, an offender has to pay off penalty. However, Talwar was innocent but still conspiracies and intrigue against him did not let him go off the charges in the court.
But being incited with fury in heart, a certain rough and tough disguise is adopted by Talwar. Though partly yet adequate transformation imbued due to sheer determination and mental strength enables social worker Talwar to tame Bhudev and his crime.
It’s a story of a complete makeover of an honest officer Singh Saab who has to go for reformation as social worker to take revenge in unique yet in punching style as a nail draws out the nail.
It’s a feast for the die-heart fans of Sunny Deol…Not-to-Miss type of movie that will surge high the curiosity for sure.