Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma, Yash Raj Films & Eid release.. It can't get any bigger, right? Salman Khan starrer Sultan has been continuously in tremendous buzz owing to his 'raped woman' remark. There is no doubt that it was an unfortunate incident but we can't ignore the fact that the ongoing controversy automatically promoted Salman's film without an extra effort.
Coming to the film, Sultan, it is basically a sports based film
but with a pinch of all factors of 'paisa-vasool' entertainment
i.e, romance, songs, power-packed dialogues & action!
So gear up to get the answers to all your questions; How is the
film? Is it worth watching or not? Does Salman deliver his career
Below Are The 20 Stills Of Salman & Anushka From
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar,
Cast: Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma, Randeep Hooda, Amit
Coming to the plot, the movie is all about a wrestler Sultan Ali
Khan (Salman Khan).
His only dream is to get a gold medal for India in Wrestling at Olympics, so that he can woo the love of her life Aarfa (Anushka Sharma), who also happens to be a female wrestler representing Haryana..
As the duo shares the same passion for wrestling, the love is
meant to happen between them. Very soon, Sultan's dream of
representing India in Olympics turns true but soon after tasting
the success, stardom gets to his head that ultimately leads to his
In between, Aarfa, as a true partner keeps warning Sultan, but
all her efforts go vain and one unfortunate incident makes the
couple part ways. To know what's that, you need to watch the
The heartbroken Sultan then gets himself involved in things that
entirely ruin his wrestling career and he starts losing the passion
for wrestling! However, after a point of time, he realizes the
importance of wrestling in his life and how he gets back to
wrestling forms the crux of the story.
Now, to know whether he will succeed in fighting the demons
inside him and will he be able to win the gold medal for India or
not, you have to rush to the theatres near you!
Coming to the performances of the film, Salman Khan did a good
job with this role of a wrestler. With this film, Salman will
surely take you on an emotional roller-coaster ride. There are a
few scenes, where he will make you giggle with his witty
one-liners, while in other scenes, you might find yourself sobbing
along with him.
The second half of the film is totally dedicated to the hardwork
of Salman Khan. Those training sequences of Sultan, in which
Randeep trains Salman, will not let your eyes blink for even a
second. And in those training scenes, not Salman but Randeep
steals the show.
As far as Salman's 'Haryanvi' is concerned, he tried his best to
speak the accent fluently but falls flat. Comparatively,
Anushka's 'Haryanvi' is on point.
On the other side, Anushka has made her presence felt on the
screen. Her small yet pivotal role is on point and we are glad the
actress made no mistake in wooing us with her wrestling
moves. She takes a five out of five!
Randeep Hooda and Amit Sadh, even with a small screen space,
deliver exceptionally good performances.
Coming to the direction of the film, Ali Abbas Zafar has done a
good job but that can't take away the fact that the movie has a lot
of plotholes and some sequences did look over-dramatic!
The music of the film is also above average and two songs
including 'Sultan' title track and 'Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai' let
the audience tap their feet while watching the film.
As Sultan is a sports-drama film and it stars the Bhaijaan, the
dialogues are written according to Salman's personality. But
overall, it gets a thumbs up from his fans.
The fight sequences are spot on and have been exceptionally well
choreographed throughout the movie.
Well, it's a Salman Khan movie after all. And there is no
denying that he left no stones unturned to make the film worth
PS: Eid & Salman is indeed a tempting combination!