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Vakeel Saab Movie: Movie: Often Saab
Rating: 3/5

Banner: Sri Venkateswara’s Creations
Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Shruti Haasan, Anjali, Nivetha Thomas, Prakash Raj, Ananya Nagalla and others
Dialogue: Mamidala Tirupathi
Music: Thaman SS
Photography: PS Vinod
Publisher: Prawin Pudi
Production Designer: Rajeevan
Producers: Raju – Sirish
Stage – Director: Sriram Venu
Publication Date: April 09, 2021

“Vacheel Saab” is the most anticipated movie of the year. Pawan Kalyan, who is also involved in politics, is returning to the cinema after a long hiatus of three years. Amid high expectations, the film is here to captivate audiences.

Let’s analyze.


Vemula Pallavi (Nivetha Thomas), Zareena (Anjali) and Divya (Ananya Nagalla) are roommates and attend a party at the invitation of one of the girl’s friends, Vamsi. At the party, Vamsi tries to harass Pallavi and she hits him with a bottle. Both boys and girls file cases with each other.

Satya Dev (Pawan Kalyan), a lawyer who has his problems to deal with and demons to fight, takes care of the girl’s case. Nanda (Prakash Raj) defends the boys.

Can Vakeel Saab win the case since all circumstantial evidence is directed against the three girls?

Artists performances:

It’s a huge challenge for any actor to play a character originally played by legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan. However, Pawan Kalyan played the role in his style, showing off his star charisma as well as an intense acting in the second half. He seems old enough to play the role of a student in the flashback episodes.

Shruti Haasan appears as Pawan Kalyan’s wife in a flashback episode.

Nivetha Thomas, who proved her worth in several movies, has used the meaty role of her effectively by displaying impeccable acting skills. Like Pallavi, she leaves a strong mark. Anjali and Ananya fit their roles perfectly. Anjali delivers solid performance in a breakdown sequence.

Prakash Raj as a lawyer Nanda is exceptional as always.

Technical excellence:

Unlike “Pink”, “Vakeel Saab” is manufactured on a higher budget. PS Vinod’s camera work shines through in the courtroom footage. Rajeevan’s sets and overall production design are authentic and elegant.

Thaman’s songs fit the theme. The song “Maguva Maguva” has already been a hit. But his true talent can be seen in the background score.

Dialogue writing is orderly. The edit should have been crisp.


The message of the movie
Arguments in court
The star power of Pawan Kalyan


Pawan Kalyan Flashback Unlinking
Open business items
Unnecessary political struggles and dialogues


“Vakeel Saab” is the official remake of the 2016 Bollywood movie Pink. The Hindi movie was essentially a courtroom drama. Later it was remade with Ajith in Tamil.

While the core of the story is true to the Hindi version, Telugu director Sriram Venu has also made many changes to keep Pawan Kalyan fans happy.

Unlike the original film, this one begins with the song “Maguva Maguva”, which talks about the virtues of women and what the world would be like without them.

“Vacheel Saab” begins with three young women and how they ended up in a business. After making this point, Pawan Kalyan enters the scene as a lawyer with a drinking habit.

For about 20 minutes, the movie alternates between the story of the three girls and the sequences of Pawan Kalyan and suddenly enters the flashback episode of him.

The story of the flashback is long and reveals why he became a lawyer and how he met his wife (Shruti Haasan) and how he died. This part of the story may appeal to Pawan Kalyan fans, but for the general public it’s pretty boring.

Also, Pawan Kalyan looks pretty tired in this section too. There are also a lot of political dialogues that don’t work much.

Fortunately, the movie comes out of range at the main point of ‘Pink’ and doesn’t deviate further. It’s the second half of the movie that worked well.

The film attacks the mentality of labeling women based on their own and exposes the rules that society has established for women.

Although the entire second half takes place in court, the director has made sure it becomes an attractive watch by adding a few extra scenes and some good dialogue between Prakash Raj and Pawan Kalyan.

We can view this film in two ways: either because it has openly diluted its strong message for commercial reasons, or as a big star who is also true to its original message. Either way, “Vakeel Saab” is a decent watch.

Despite the aforementioned problems, “Vakeel Saab” is a movie with a message in commercial format. Some servings worked fine, some didn’t. But he’s making a perfect comeback for Pawan Kalyan.

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