Gabbar Is Back is all about Gabbar Singh (Akshay Kumar) whose life changes the day his pregnant wife (Kareena Kapoor) dies in a building collapse.
Gabbar beats the builder back and blue and that’s where he finds his calling. He is not a vigilante, who cannot see any injustice. Wow, are we, are watching Rowdy Rathore Part Two!!
In all of this, Gabbar meets Shruti (Shruti Haasan), who does not look like a lawyer from any angle, and helps her in an emergency delivery. Now I am still confused if Shruti was a nurse or a lawyer.
Anyways, moving on, we also get to meet a Police Inspector (Jaideep Ahlawat) and a Police Constable (Sunil Grover). What’s funny is the fact that the Police Constable has more brains than his superiors and he is someone how knows what he is doing.
Now if all this was not enough, we have the main villain Digvijay Patil (Suman Talwar), who in his mind is a brand. To counter him, Gabbar is seen yelling that he is a bigger brand than him. Oh My God!! That’s so juvenile.
There is nothing as far as the script is concernned and the less said the better about the director Krish.
Coming to the performances, Akshay Kumar does everything that he has done before, Shruti Haasan does not know of she is going or coming and Suman Talwar takes the cake when it comes to over acting.
However, the star of Gabbar Is Back is Sunil Grover, who delivers the only decent performance here as the ambitious, smart constable.
All in all, Gabbar Is Back is a film that is very similar to films like Shahenshah, Nayak and Ungli. It has nothing new to offer as is a typical formal film, which kind of gives you a headache.
Akshay Kumar really needs to pull up his socks and pick and choose his films carefully as Gabbar Is Back is a sad tale.
Gabbar Is Back is all about a vigilante who is out there to eradicate corruption from the society, a though that’s too far fetched and mundane. Gab...1.5