Kabzaa Movie Review 

Kabzaa is a massive PAN Indian film that hit the screens today, starring Upendra and Shriya Saran in the lead roles, with Kiccha Sudeepa and Shiva Rajkumar playing crucial cameos.

The film is a period action movie directed by P Chandru, originally shot in Kannada and dubbed into other Indian languages.

The story revolves around Arkeshwara (Upendra), an Indian Air Force Officer who enters the crime world and becomes a king, and how that changes his life.

The cinematography is one of the highlights of the film, with the bygone era being very well showcased.

Upendra's performance is impressive, and his screen presence is stunning, especially in the action scenes.

The cameos by Kiccha Sudeepa and Shiva Rajkumar give major relief, and the action sequences are nicely composed.

However, the film heavily borrows from KGF, and the lack of authenticity makes it less appealing.

The storytelling takes a back seat in this movie, and the emphasis was entirely on making a larger-than-life film on a huge canvas.

The love track between the lead pair is pretty boring, and the romantic scenes keep coming intermittently, adding to the unending woes.

The music is loud, and the impact is heavily missing. The editing needed some serious changes, and the Telugu dubbing is poor.