The movie Kabzaa, starring Kiccha Sudeepa, Upendra, Shiva Rajkumar, and Shriya Saran, is now playing in theatres as of March 17. The R Chandru-directed Kannada film Kabzaa, as well as the dubbed Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, and Malayalam versions, have all been distributed on 4000 screens. The 1930s-set period action thriller debuted to middling reactions from both the public and critics.
While the movie’s trailer piqued interest in the Kannada audience, Kabzaa struggled to generate enough hype in the North. Now that the movie has finally been released, tweets regarding the Upendra & Kiccha Sudeepa starrer have taken over social media. In the movie, Shiva Rajkumar has a minor yet significant role.
Storyline of Kabzaa.
Arkeshwara (Upendra), an officer in the Indian Air Force, is descended from a family of independence fighters. He is in love with Madhumathi (Shriya Saran), a wealthy girl, and they both want to get married. On the reverse hand, we get to meet some terrible politicians and gangsters that are lusting after power in Amarapura. Arkeshwara enters the criminal underworld and eventually ascends to the position of king in a complete change of events. The main plot of the narrative is how that affected Arkeshwara’s life.
Kabzaa’s cinematography is simply too wonderful, and it does a fantastic job of showcasing the past. Upendra, a director renowned for his distinctive movies, gave a strong performance. He excelled in his amazing action avatar and has a fantastic screen presence.
Kiccha Sudeepa & Shiva Rajkumar’s cameos are a huge relief. Although being on screen for a relatively brief period of time, the actors leave an impression. The action scenes are expertly put together, and the intermission bang is fine.
The issue with Kabzaa is that it resembles KGF so closely. Kabzaa lacks an authentic element, which is necessary for a film to be appealing. Kabzaa closely resembles KGF in terms of plot, narration, and dialogue.
Overall the movie is watchable, especially if you haven’t watched KGF yet. Movie lacks in uniqueness but it keeps you connected.