Directed by :Ali Abbas Zafar
Produced by:Aditya Chopra
Starring: Salman Khan,Anushka Sharma,Randeep Hooda,Amit Sadh
Music by: Vishal-Shekhar
Salman Khan’s Sultan is one of the most awaited movies of the year. The movie is set for a grand Eid release on July 6.So , it is one of the biggest days in Bollywood of 2016. Salman Khan’s much awaited Sultan directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Apart from Salman the film also stars Anushka Sharma, Randeep Hooda and Amit Sadh in pivotal roles.
Sultan fever has reached an all time high thanks to the kickass wrestling scenes and of course Salman! So all you guys who are desperately waiting to know what the film is all about, we have some exclusive dope for you. Our source present at an exclusive screening of Sultan gave us details of Sultan and you cannot miss it. So without wasting much time, read on to find out what Salman Khan’s Sultan is all about…
As a wrestler, Salman Khan has delivered sterling performance and his hard work is clearly visible. In fact, “Sultan” is his show. Anushka Sharma has also put in a lot of effort and has done justice to her role. The chemistry between the two is the highlight of the movie. The performances of Randeep Hooda, Suzi Khan, Amit Sadh and Tyron Woodley are also assets of the film, say the viewers.
“Sultan” has been produced with a whopping budget by Aditya Chopra under his banner Yash Raj Films. The movie has superb production elements. Vishal-Shekhar’s music and background score, Artur Zurawski’s cinematography, choreography of wrestling scenes and punch dialogues are the attractions on the technical front, add the audience.
# Fans who are expecting some high octane wrestling scenes in the film might be a little disappointed as the film has no major sequences in the first half of the film. The wrestling scenes begin only in the second half of the film. Although there is a song in the first half which has a few sequences.
# The story takes a bit to settle down.Fans might feel a little disheartened as Salman does not have a typical opening scene in the film and the build up to the introduction of his character takes some time.
# The film is slightly long and the makers could have easily chopped the length of the film by about 15 minutes. Also Sultan has too many fight sequences in the second half of the film which stretches the film a bit.
# Post Sultan, director Ali Abbas Zafar is surely going to become one of the most sought after directors in Bollywood. The director has shot the film brilliantly and also made sure justice is done to the story. The script is the King of the film.
Meanwhile, ahead of the release Sultan tickets are selling like hot cakes in theatres and advance bookings are already packed up for the entire week.
Before heading to the movie, take a look at the movie review written by the UK-UAE film editor who gives a peek into the feel of the movie much before its release in India.