Saaho Movie Review

Cast: Prabhas, Shradda Kapoor, Neil Nithin Mukesh, Arun Vijay, Jackie Shroff, Mandira Bedi, Murali Sharma, Vennala Kishore, Mahesh Manjrekar, Evelyn Sharma etc..
Music: Gibran, Tanishk Bagchi, Guru Randhawa, Badshah, Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy
Direction: Sujeeth
Producers: UV Creations, T Series
Prabhas becomes a Pan India Star after Baahubali Success and it has given him immense craze and stardom across India. Now he is coming up with Saaho again with a high budgets action extravaganza, Right from the first look it caught every one attention across India and the hype, craze and expectations on the movie multiplies and Humongous each passing day, Let see whether it meet the expectation of the movie lovers.



Story:
The story starts of with massive 2000cr robbery in Mumbai and Mumbai police didn't get any clue about to so they take the help of Under cover cop Ashok (Prabhas) to deal the Case later Amrita Nair (Shradda Kapoor) Join the Team. While investigating this case story there are few unexpected developments leads to the search of BlackBox, What is story of this Blackbox? and Whether Ashok finds out mystery behind that Massive Robbery? to get answers of these, you have to watch that in theater.

Performance:
Prabhas Undoubtedly has the Charisma and Swag, he perfectly fits role and delivers it with ease. Shradda Kapoor got powerful role and delivars equally good performance.Neil Nitin Mukesh, Murli Sharma or Prakash Belawadi gets good enogh screen time and they are decent, Mandira Bedi as Kalki delight to watch

Highlights:
Prabhas
Interval block
Pre-Climax Action
Visuals

Drawbacks:
Screenplay
Flat Narration
Love Track
songs


Analysis:
Sujeeth tried to make a Dhoom kind of a film and neglected his focus on the story,screenplay and narration. His concentration on the action episodes has totally diluted the film’s proceedings. Few emotional and love scenes between the lead pair in the first half should have been executed in a better way. The twist revealed during the interval block is predictable though Prabhas makes the scene engaging.
Second half starts on good note but after that it goes with confused screenplay. Bad Boys Song pictutisation good, Production Values and few actions scene are good. Until Pre-Climax nothing engages you much all in all lack of storyline and dull screenplay play makes it a below-average fare.
Verdict: 2.75/5 Saaho Engages you in parts!! 
Prabhas Star Power may make it as a Commercial HIT at Box-Office!!

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