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Devi Sri Prasad composed the film's music and Jayanan Vincent was the film's cinematographer. The film was made with the budget of ₹ 30 crore (US$4.5 million) and was formally launched on 18 August 2011 at Hyderabad . The filming was primarily held at Pollachi .

The film was released on 11 May 2012 and grossed approximately ₹ 150 crore (US$22 million) worldwide, becoming one of highest grossing Telugu films at the time. [3] [4] A sequel titled Sardaar Gabbar Singh was released in 2016.

Venkataratnam Naidu is a young boy who lives with his younger half-brother ( Ajay ), stepfather Naidu ( Nagineedu ) and mother ( Suhasini Maniratnam ) in Kondaveedu which is a village in Guntur District. His stepfather is always partial towards his half-brother which constantly angers Venkataratnam. He starts to not care about what other people think about him and renames himself after the fictional character " Gabbar Singh ". [a] His anger towards his brother and father grows and he runs away from home. His stepfather, Naidu catches him and joins him in a boarding school away from Kondaveedu.

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In K.S. Ravindra-directed “Sardaar Gabbar Singh”, Pawan Kalyan is a treat to watch, even in the most cliched scenes and that’s why his fans love him. He knows how to play to the gallery, in his own nonchalant style. And although aware of his limitations as an actor, he pulls off his roles with ease. It’s applicable in the case of his latest outing, which is entertaining in parts, but is so lazily written that it is literally a struggle to sit through the film.

In “Sardaar Gabbar Singh, Kalyan has doubled up as a writer, and one wonders if he had learnt anything from his maiden unsuccessful writing attempt in 2003 film “Johnny”, because his second attempt is even worse than the first. The story follows the maverick police officer Gabbar Singh, who has a great sense of humour, and is transferred to the fictional town Rattanpur, where he takes on the oppressive land grabber Bhairav Singh and his gang head on. In a one man versus an army battle, Kalyan delivers pages of dialogues like some kid who has memorized lines for a recital contest in school.

The story, which you can predict quite early on where it’s heading, reminds one of the recent Ravi Teja -starrer “Kick 2” among other films. More than the story, it’s the screenplay that’s outright boring, and the scenes are so haphazardly placed, they never flow seamlessly like they ought to.

Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Kajal Aggarwal, Brahmanandam, Sharad Kelkar, Kabir Duhan Singh, Mukesh Rishi, Rao Ramesh, Urvashi and Brahmaji

In KS Ravindra-directed Sardaar Gabbar Singh, Pawan Kalyan is a treat to watch, even in the most cliched scenes and that’s why his fans love him. He knows how to play to the gallery, in his own nonchalant style. And although aware of his limitations as an actor, he pulls off his roles with ease. It’s applicable in the case of his latest outing, which is entertaining in parts, but is so lazily written that it is literally a struggle to sit through the film.

In Sardaar Gabbar Singh, Kalyan has doubled up as a writer, and one wonders if he had learnt anything from his maiden unsuccessful writing attempt in 2003 film Johnny, because his second attempt is worse than the first. The story follows the maverick police officer Gabbar Singh, who has a great sense of humour, and is transferred to the fictional town Rattanpur, where he takes on the oppressive land grabber Bhairav Singh and his gang head on. In a one man versus an army battle, Kalyan delivers pages of dialogues like some kid who has memorized lines for a recital contest in school.

After a long gap, Pawan Kalyan is back with his most heroic and famous role as Gabbar Singh, in Sardaar Gabbar Singh . While the first film was a remake of Salman Khan’s Dabanng , SBS is a new concept. The film also stars Kajal Aggarwal and Sharad Kelkar.

“So the day every Pawan Kalyan fan has been waiting for is finally here. The highly anticipated police actioner Sardaar Gabbar Singh has hit the screens and it is entertaining so far. It is the story of a small village Rattanpur in Telangana border. An evil warlord rules the land with an iron fist. A royal family is fighting a losing battle against Bhairav Singh, played by Sharad Kelkar. But like any movie, when evil rules the land, some hero comes to defeat the evil. So here comes Sardaar Gabbar Singh, the new CI of Rattanpur.

But it is not as straightforward as that. Gabbar Singh, played by Pawan Kalyan plays a docile cop in front of the goons. He goofs around the town singing and dancing with Sher, played by Brahmanandam. However, he soon reveals that he is much more than a comedian and starts to go head on with the evil warlord.