Pehlwaan Movie Review : A Mediocre Take On Mentor-Disciple Relationship

Pailwaan is one of the best high voltage sports action films ever produced by the Kannada film industry. Let’s explore this movie part by part, its a movie surrounding the character named Pailwan Krishna, Who is a wrestler.How he faces various situations and challenges and whether he emerges successful or not it the rest of the story. It was very heartening to see Kiccha Sudeep playing this role to perfection. He nailed every single aspect of the film.

S. Krishna has done a terrific job with the directing. All aspects are perfectly handled. Arjun Janya’s songs and background score are absolutely fitting to the movie’s quality. Karunakara A’s visuals are stunning.With this story and those performances, Pailwaan could have easily been an art film. But the makers chose to make it in the commercial format. Never the less, there is nothing too unrealistic or cliche in this movie.

Overall, it is a treat for film lovers. Fans of Sudeep will be extremely happy with this outcome, Pailwaan is worth their waiting. If you are looking to check out a high voltage film and you are a fan of action films, then don’t dare to miss Pailwaan.Pailwan movie story: Sarkar (Suniel Shetty) is a wrestling coach, who wants his adapted son Krishna (Sudeep) to win national championship. He trains Krishna (Sudeep) to fulfil his dream, but the latter commits a mistake by falling in love with Rukmini (Aakanksha Singh). This leads to the breakup between father and son. How Krishna reunites with his father and fulfils his dream form the crux of the story.


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