Vakeel Saab review highlights: Pawan Kalyan, Nivetha Thomas, Anjali and Ananya Nagalla starrer has a connecting first half
Venu Sriram’s Telugu change of the Bollywood hit Pink, named Vakeel Saab and featuring Pawan Kalyan, Nivetha Thomas, Anjali, Ananya Nagalla and Shruti Haasan hit screens today.
The film hit screens in the midst of elevated standards as it has been changed to suit Pawan’s star picture. Pallavi (Nivetha Thomas), Zareen (Anjali) and Divya (Ananya Nagalla) are flat mates who move to the city from their towns to help their families. While the three young ladies have a serene existence one night transforms everything for them. In the wake of confiding in some unacceptable individuals in a tough spot, they wind up blamed for endeavor to kill. K Satyadev (Pawan Kalyan) is an acclaimed advocate who is a heavy drinker with a difficult past. He chooses to help the young ladies regardless of avoiding court since his suspension. On the off chance that he figures out how to get them in the clear structures the story.
The film sees music and BGM by Thaman S. First half of Vakeel Saab takes as much time as necessary to set up the tale of the three young ladies prior to presenting Satyadev and his back story. The film adheres to the first generally notwithstanding scenes that set up Pawan Kalyan’s character and set him up as a benevolent character. The scenes including Pallavi are especially excruciating and tragic to watch. The span bang is right on target and a joy for fans.
After a connecting first half, it stays not yet clear how the subsequent half will charge.