The big day is here. Pailwaan has finally hit the film screens across India in Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi. Fan of Sudeep and Kannadigas, in general, have been waiting patiently for this movie from a while now.
The expectations on Pailwaan are massive. Sudeep is coming with a lead role in a movie after a long time and Pailwaan is a high budget movie. So the question that is running in a lot of minds right now is “Is the film worth the wait?” Let’s find out.
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Pailwaan stars Sudeep as Pailwan Krishna, Suniel Shetty as Sarkar, Mentor of Pailwan Krishna, Aakanksha Singh as Rukmini and Kabir Duhan Singh as Tony. Sushant Singh, Avinash and Sharath Lohitashwa will be seen playing crucial characters in the film.
This project is bankrolled by Swapna Krishna under the production banners of Zee Studios Presents and RRR Motion Pictures Production. The film is distributed by KRG Studios in Kannada. Zee Studios in Hindi and by Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram in Telugu.
Directed by S. Krishna, The film is written by Krishna, D.S. Kannan, and Madhoo. Music of the film is directed by Arjun Janya. The cinematographer of the film is Karunakara A. Ruben is the editor.
In 2019, Kichcha Sudeep was not seen in a single movie yet. He was last seen in 2018’s The Villain. So this movie is huge for him. Fans are waiting with full expectations and hopes. Will the film meet the expectations? Is it worth the time? Let’s find out
Review Of Pailwaan
Let me start off by saying this, Kichcha Sudeep playing the character of Pailwan Krishna, a wrestler was kick ass. He pumped in a lot of power and grandeur into the film. His performance jolted the entire film and the audience in one go.
Along with Sudeep, performances of the star cast, such as Suniel Shetty, Aakanksha Singh, Sushant Singh, and Kabir Duhan Singh was great. Though Sudeep took most of the limelight, these actors managed to impress with the little screen space they got.
But the main pillar of the movie is its story and screenplay written by Krishna, D.S. Kannan, and Madhoo. The film is perfectly packed with all the commercial elements and yet it comes across as natural and artistic.
And coming back our first question, it is worth the wait? Absolutely. In fact, it will be a feast for fans of Sudeep and film lovers all over India. I have a feeling that this film will be received well in all the languages.
My Rating: 3.75/5
Here is the trailer of the movie which you can check out before going to watch the movie:
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