Power Star Pawan Kalyan's "Sardar Gabbar Singh" (Sardaar) has completed the formalities of the censor board. The movie, which is set hit screens April 8, should be a grand treat for action lovers.
It was rumoured recently the release of "Sardar Gabbar Singh" might be delayed, as its shooting would be completed by April 5. But latest reports suggest the makers have screened the film for the officials of the censor board in the last week of March without including two songs recently shot in Switzerland. The board has awarded it a "U/A" certificate without any cut or muting.
The trailer of "Sardar Gabbar Singh," which revealed its story and other details, had disappointed fans. However, sources from the censor board, which is impressed with the final outcome, say the movie is going to be a good action entertainer and offers much more than what is depicted in its trailer in terms of plot.
With five days left for its release, the team of "Sardar Gabbar Singh" is now busy with its promotional activities. In a statement released to the media, the makers said the Pawan Kalyan-Kajal Aggarwal-starrer is a high-octane action film.
"Approximately 80 to 120 fighters are used for this special sequence. The fight plays a significant role in the film as it changes the entire mood of the film and sets a new tone. The movie, which runs on entertainment mode until the interval, enters into serious mode post-interval," IANS quoted the producers as saying in the statement.
Stunt masters Ram and Lakshman have choreographed the fight sequences of the film, which should be a treat for action lovers. "The film's fight episodes are very well-conceived, smartly written and meticulously executed, thus making 'Sardar Gabbar Singh' a good action film that action-lovers should look out for," the statement said.
"Sardar Gabbar Singh" has been written by Pawan Kalyan and directed by Bobby aka KS Ravindra. Arthur A Wilson has cranked the camera for the film, while Devi Sri Prasad has scored its music. "And if these are not just enough, high-end camera equipment like Phantom Dolly, Hexacopter flying cameras and Gimbal cameras have been used to enhance the experience of action scenes," the statement read.