Saaho Tweet Review
Saaho Movie Tweet Review
Young Rebel Star Prabhas and Bollywood top heroine Shraddha Kapoor starrer Saaho hit the screens today across the globe in the record number of centres. The film is also featured by Neil Nithin Mukesh and Jackie Shroff in other important roles. Directed by Sujeeth, the movie was bankrolled by Pramod and Vamsi under UV Creations. Here is the tweet review of the film.
- Underworld gang in Mumbai and a series of robberies.
- Jackie Shroff that is Roy introduced and so is Vennela Kishore.
- With Murali Sharma's content dialogue, mass entry for Prabhas with the fight scene.
* Prabhas, the undercover cop, loves at first sight with Amritha aka Shraddha Kapoor
* Underworld don Roy's son Vishwak aka Arun Vijay also joins.
* Vishwak shows a locker to other gangs that had 2 lakh crores. But the key is not with him.
* Ashok, Amritha and other cops on a mission to catch Mumbai robbery.
* Waaji city's locker key is kept in a black box which is in Mumbai but not traced by anyone.
* The Black box, which is hidden in a locker of a bank is stolen by a thief (Neil Nithin Mukhesh) and is chased by Ashok. Here comes an unexpected twist which leads to the interval.
** Saaho first half offers nothing new except some hair raising action sequences. Confusing screenplay and incoherent sequences.
* Bad Boy song. Stylish picturization in exotic locations.
* Black box missing. Kalki (Mandira Bedi) worries. But there is a tracking system arranged, assures Vishwak.
* Gunfight with goons.
* Baby won't you tell me the song. Shot in picturesque locations. Appealing VFX.
* Saaho is caught by Devraj gang. He is assigned a new task. His love interest Amritha is also caught by Dev Raj gang.
* Much talked about Dubai action and chase sequence. Well shot but without content or emotion connect.
* Kalki opens locker with the black box. No money found.
* More action sequences lead to an amazing twist about Saaho.
** Show ends. The second half is coupled with full of action sequences. Except for the climax twist, there's nothing in this half to engaged.