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Who needs superman when you have Sunny Deol?. He can turn a jeep around 360 degrees with one hand. He roars, screams, yells and says line like “ sardar jab dushman ko pakad leta hai toh uski haddiyan tadtadane lagti hai tad tad tad tad tad ” the loudest applause and whistles were on this line but, it comes right at the fag end of the film till then, you have to endure 70’s style of family drama.
He also repeats Dharmendra’s famous dialogue “ meri zindagi ka ek hi maqsad hai. Badla,badla,badla.” but Anil Sharma wants him to focus on badlav instead of badla so he lands up again after 7 years to the place which snatched his life and honour. He doesn’t want to avenge the villain but wants him to change because he reads the teaching of swami Vivekananda. But, how can you keep Sunny away from action so there is lots of it in the second half. He also gets to romance a 19 year old girl and keeps reminding the audience about their age gap.
Thankfully, I watched the film with the right audience in a single screen theatre. So there was some vibrant energy on the dialoguebaazi otherwise watching this in a multiplex would have been an invitation to headache. Urvashi Rautela makes a pleasant debut. She does the song and dance routine quite well. I wonder how Prakash Raj motivates himself to keep on doing the same routine film after film. Director Anil Sharma takes the film so seriously that there is not even the unintentional entertainment that might make the watch bearable.
Word of mouth - Singh Saab is not so great and not even average.