When Saaho teaser and various posters surfaced and trend widely, the audience hoped that Prabhas is coming up with something ethereal. Furthermore, all expectations multiplied after the release of Saaho trailer and the fans believed it’s worth the wait. However, a whole film can not be assessed through some sporadic glimpses yet we would say it was clear that the lavish spending on this action-thriller might prove to be a gamble.
A throne vacated from the death of a don, a number of aspirants, explosions, massacre, several assassinations, incessantly flow of bullets and blood, and the budding love between two cops who leisurely grove to numbers despite being aware of the tension they have around. All this is backed by much-hyped and laborious CGI efforts. Besides, there is hardly anything, which deserves a mention here.
Screenplay and Dialogues
Many instances in Bollywood reveal that filmmakers, despite not having a bound script, had come up with stories that won hearts. On the contrary, a finalized script is the foremost thing today’s writer-directors have before making their next move, but God knows what fascinated Prabhas and crew to opt for such a bewildering script to turn in one of the costliest cinematic ventures.
Some dialogues of Saaho sound edgy, but they seem to be enforced. Had the writer complied them intrinsically, the effect would have been dynamic.
Alike story and screenplay, direction of this film is also amateur. Sujeeth looks hell-bent to impress the audience through varied quirks, but all his maneuvers fail flat on their face.
Prabhas, who became a darling after a poised performance in Bahuubali which still mesmerize the everyone, failed to make a mark in Saaho. His weird Hindi accent irritates and
Saaho songs in Hindi are composed by Tanishk Bagchi and Guru Randhawa and they sound fine when you listen to them casually, but they have no impact along with a screenplay.
Why Should You Watch?
Watch Saaho Trailer