Pailwaan Movie Review

Pailwaan Movie Review
Pailwaan Movie Review

Pailwaan Movie Review
Movie Review: Pailwaan
Director: S Krishna
Producer: Swapna Krishna
Music Director: Arjun Janya
Starring: Kiccha Sudeep, Suniel Shetty, Aakanksha Singh, Kabir Duhan Singh, Sushanth Singh
Release  Date: 12th September 2019
Rating: 2.5/5

Kiccha Sudeep and  Aakanksha Singh starrer wrestler drama Pailwaan, directed by S Krishna has hit the theaters today on 12th September. Let’s see the story of Pailwaan.

Story: Krishna(Sudeep) is an orphan who is brought up by wrestling gymkhana owner Sarkar (Sunil Shetty), who wants him to win the gold medal at the national level wrestling competition. But Krishna falls in love with Rukmini (Akanksha Singh) and forgets his target. So   Sarkar throws him from his life.  Will Krishna win the heart of Sarkar?  Will  Krishna take part in boxing championship? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on the silver screen.

 Plus Points:

  • Sudeep’  makeover
  • Suneil Shetty
  • Interval
  • Boxing setup
  • BGM

 Minus Points:

  • Story
  • Run-time
  • Romantic track

Performance:  Kiccha Sudeepa shines in the role of Krishna. His hard work to transform his body into a professional wrestler is amazing. He has a terrific screen presence. Sunil Shetty brings a lot of depth to the film with his performance. He looks fit in the role of wrestling coach and all his scenes with Kichcha Sudeep have come out very well. Aakanksha Singh looks good on the screen. Sushanth Singh is fit as the jealous king. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.

Technical: Pailwaan has wrestling and boxing as the backdrop, but it is a story of a father and a son.  The son, who wants to keep the word which he has given to his father and fights for that. The movie has a routine storyline.  S Krishna handled the story and scenes very well. The dialogues are superb and the screenplay of the film is interesting.   Background score is noteworthy. Cinematography by Ganesh Acharya and Raju Sundaram are superb. The main drawback of the film is its lengthy runtime. The production values are good. Pailwaan is at his best in the technical department.

Analysis: Pailwaan has all the masala elements like romance, fight, comedy and emotions but it has a very routine story and execution.