Bollywood actress Sana Khan forayed into Tollywood with the film Kalyan Ram Kathi. Later, she has also played the female leads in movies Gaganam and Mister Nookayya. Now, she is all set to scorch the screen with her latest outing Gajjela Gurram, which is the dubbed version of Malayalam movie Climax. This film is expected to hit the screens very soon.
Released on May 24, 2013, Climax is a biopic on a
starlet, which revolves around the life of Supriya, who hogs the
limelight with her dare bare roles in South Indian films. She
abhorred the casting couch and remaines thoroughly professional
until she falls in love with a high flying businessman Ram Kumar
(Suresh Krishna). When she moves into his bungalow to live with
him, she discovers that he has a grown up a son, who is
head-over-heels in love with her.
Sana Khan has played the heroine Supriya, while Suresh Krishna
appears as Ram Kumar in the movie Climax, which has a
running length of 125 minutes. Shanthi Williams, Subin Sunny,
Aravind Akash Lakshmi Sharma, Bijukuttan, K Madhu, Shanthi
Williams, Irshad and Manoj Nair are in other supporting cast. The
film has already been dubbed into Tamil and released as Oru
Nadigayin Diary on May 24.
We bring you more details about Sana Khan's bold performance and
the critics' response for it. Continue to see them as well
as Sana's hot photos in the slideshow.
Climax Garnered Negative Reviews
Climax, which is loosely based on the life of late
South Indian sex siren Silk Smitha, opened to negative reviews from
most of the film critics, who criticised its uninteresting and
slow-paced narration. The film garnered poor ratings.
Sana Khan's Performance In Climax
The whole story of Climax revolved around Sana Khan's
role. The actress had very good scope for performance, but she
failed to live upto the expectations. Most of the film critics
pointed at Sana's acting as the biggest drawback of the
Sana Khan may feel disappointed if she expected to win an award
or two with this film. She has nothing exceptional to do as far as
emoting or performing is concerned. She just has to look desirable,
like a porcelain beauty.
Times Of India Review
Sana Khan is hardly convincing while portraying the role of an
erotic star who had a turbulent life.
Now Running Review
Sana Khan looks pretty as a wax doll, but that's about how far
it goes when it comes to her performance. At times wooden and at
times dramatized, it's a mixture of an act that is more about
pouting and prancing than emoting.
This film has a basic structure evidently inspired from the
highly overrated Bollywood blockbuster The Dirty Picture.
But when the Hindi version had a terrific performance from Vidya
Balan, her Malayali counterpart Sana Khan come up with a pathetic
show. She is fine while doing some of the glamorous scenes but when
she has to act, the actor reveals her lack of talent.
Theatre Balcony Reviewer
It is very unfortunate to see Sana Khan in such a role, rather
than appearing in sensual scenes, she hardly had a role which can
showcase her talent. Sana Khan looked glamorous, that's the only
thing the script expected her to do.
Now when I talk about the casting, Vidya Balan in The Dirty
Picture or Sana Khan in Climax justifies the real Silk Smitha.
Vidya did a commendable job and so has Sana Khan to an extent. She
was much beyond my expectations as the Poonkodi aka Supriya in the
movie. She has an expressive face!
Kerala Box Office Review
On the whole, this is a Sana Khan show. But, it is a matter of
doubt that whether she was successful in connecting with the
audience. Most of the time, she possessed a single
Will Sana Khan Impress Telugu Audience?
With Gajjela Gurram slated to release on screens in
Andhra Pradesh soon, it should be seen how Telugu audience and film
critics will receive the movie. Stay locked to this space to read