Saaho (2019) is a Telugu movie. Sujeeth has directed this movie. Prabhas,Shraddha Kapoor,Jackie Shroff,Neil Nitin Mukesh are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Saaho (2019) is considered one of the best Action,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
This action thriller is about a power battle which is taking place in the higher echelons of power unrelated and unconnected episodes occurring in different parts of the globe, Intertwine in an unforeseen manner to a revelation of mind games. The story delves the audience into the game of a brilliant master mind to reveal the true nature of all that are involved. It challenges the perceptions of who is the hunter and who is the hunted.
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Not sure why there are some negative reviews but the movie is really good. Great action sequence and VFX. Good story. Would not say its a masterpiece, but worth watching
What's Better In the Movie. 1. Production Values 2. Background Music 3. Cinematography Main Drawbacks? 1. Screenplay 2. Story 3. Direction 4. Run Time 5. No Emotional Connect
Good movie with action scenes but songs placement is irrelevant
Complete waste of money movie. Only fights are there and nothing else.
Saaho Story: A huge empire, crores at stake and too many villains. No one can be trusted. So will the balance of power be restored and can one man do whatever it takes to restore the balance of power and defeat the bad guys? Saaho Review: You probably know the answer to the above question, but writer-director Sujeeth takes you through a maze of twists and turns before he gets there. Pegged as India's biggest action thriller, 'Saaho' gets into the action mode pretty early on. The film begins with signature wide angles of massive structures and grim looking men, who mean serious business. All through the first half, the narrative travels through cities trying to connect high stake robberies in Mumbai and the search of a missing black box that is the key to a fortune. Enter film's leading man Prabhas with a loud, high octane fight scene that sets the stage for many more such confrontations. With his towering screen presence, Prabhas fits the bill in this larger than life role. However, his 'Bahubali' charm is somewhat missing here, as he looks a tad tired. His dialogue delivery is decidedly slow, but works for most part as his character is layered and always keeps the viewer guessing. Shraddha Kapoor looks glamorous, but her character is poorly sketched. Introduced as a tough talking cop, she soon becomes a liability who often needs to be saved rather than she saving the world. Even the chemistry between the lead pair is missing. Among the many villains, Chunkey Pandey stands out with a very convincing portrayal of his evil character. The rest of them come off as mere caricatures, who fail to make an impact. The film's music is a chartbuster but the untimely placement of songs only add to an already long runtime. Attempts to infuse humour fall flat as none of the jokes land. 'Saaho' surely delivers well as an action extravaganza with an adrenaline pumping climax. The film's second half picks pace, but is marred by a weak narrative that requires constant suspension of disbelief. Also, the special effects and CGI often lack the finesse that a film mounted on such a grand scale deserved. Overall, 'Saaho' is quite the potboiler that fires in all directions in an attempt to entertain the audience. But with a weak storyline, too many twists and juvenile execution, it ends up being a missed opportunity.