stars, scale, action and entertainment. Rohit Shetty presents a Blockbuster package this Diwali.

Sooryavanshi Review {4.5 / 5} and Review Rating

The wait was worth it!

Rohit Shetty had designed, conceptualized and executed SOORYAVANSHI for the big screen. He waited patiently for almost two years for theaters to reopen, so viewers could see his latest creation on the big screen. After watching SOORYAVANSHI, I really feel that the decision to release SOORYAVANSHI in theaters was the most appropriate decision.

Great movies are meant for the big screen and SOORYAVANSHI is truly a high-end artist to be enjoyed on the wide screen, in a movie theater.

Now that I think about it, there is a lot at stake in SOORYAVANSHI. Much money, yes. But more importantly, a movie like SOORYAVANSHI is sure to raise the morale of an industry already going through its most difficult phase due to the pandemic.

So let me get to the point right away. SOORYAVANSHI is among the best works of Rohit Shetty. Like Manmohan Desai, he knows the pulse of the audience and serves a dish they love. Integrate the correct elements in those 2.30 hours and in the end, you can’t help but exclaim, this is a paisa-vasool entertainer.

Now to the story NO spoilers … SOORYAVANSHI tells the story of a daring policeman Sooryavanshi [Akshay Kumar], who decides to go after the mastermind behind the terrorist attacks. He faces obstacles, his wife [Katrina Kaif] He almost dumped him, he lost some colleagues in this fight, but he stayed focused.

On paper, SOORYAVANSHI’s story may sound predictable and dead, but its triumph lies in its script. The script is really gripping in most parts, although it gets loose in the first half due to an unwanted song and some romantic scenes filmed in Akshay and Katrina.

Rohit wonderfully amalgamates drama and emotion and spice it up with remarkable action pieces. I’d like to mention a few sequences here …

⭐️ Introduction of Akshay

⭐️ The chase and fight in Jaisalmer, when Akshay catches Abhimanyu Singh

⭐️ Akshay faces Gulshan Grover, who is later confronted by Rajendra Gupta.

⭐️ The chase by bike, speedboat and helicopter in Bangkok

⭐️ The arrest of Gulshan Grover and the immediate sequence when Akshay confronts his followers

⭐️ The entrance of Us [Ranveer Singh] and Singham [Ajay Devgn]

️ The song ‘Chodo Kal Ki Baatein’ towards the penultimate portions

While the script is stuffed with the correct ingredients, Rohit makes sure that it never strays from the central theme. The film has scale and content, both and that is its greatest strength. The dialogues are also well written and fit the narrative perfectly.

The cinematographer captures the scale of the film without a hitch. The background score is effective and the characteristic melody when Us and Singham appear on the screen makes you feel nostalgic.

Gulshan Grover: “Sooryavanshi mein Akshay, Ajay, Ranveer inn sab ke saamne jo ek…” | Katrina kaif

Akshay returns to the action genre with SOORYAVANSHI. He punches himself, throws fire and poison, fires bullets, defeats the villain, and makes Katrina fall in love. I must add that he delivers an excellent performance once again. Also, his deadpan humor contributes to the fun element.

Katrina has a decent role and she gets over it with ease. But it is the song ‘Tip Tip Barsa Paani’ that is sure to be greeted with whistles and applause mainly on individual screens.

The movie has a plethora of characters, but the ones that stand out include Kumud Mishra. [very good], Abhimanyu Singh [excellent], Gulshan Grover [first-rate], Rajendra Gupta [competent], Niktin Dheer [good], Sikandar Kher [effective] and Sharvari Lohokare [super]. Jaaved Jaaferi is, as always, trustworthy. Jackie Shroff has a big role, but she doesn’t have too many scenes to prove herself.

The presence of Ajay Devgn and Ranveer Singh is sone pe suhaaga, truly a masterstroke. His sequences only improve the post-interval portions to a great extent.

Overall, SOORYAVANSHI has it all: stars, scale, action, and entertainment. Rohit Shetty unveils a Blockbuster package this Diwali that is sure to draw audiences to theaters in large numbers. Sure hitting blow.

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