Sultan Film Critics Review Star Rating Story Full Details Feat Salman Khan & Anushka Sharma

Sultan Film Critics Review Star Rating Story Full Details Feat Salman Khan & Anushka Sharma :- On this Eid 2016 Salman Khan’s latest sports action movie Sultan is releasing worldwide and people are appearing too much excited for this Alia Abbas Zafar directorial as most of its tickets are already being sold out in advance. A bumper opening is expected for this film tomorrow and many are saying that there are 90% chances that Sultan may emerge as the biggest first day grosser of this year leaving Shah Rukh Khan’s Fan behind. But before that lets talk about the pros and cons of Sultan also whether you should watch this Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma starrer in theatres or not.


Sultan Story Details

The film centers around Sultan Ali Khan (Salman Khan), a wrestler who has problems in his professional and personal life. From a small town wrestler in Haryana, Sultan achieves global fame winning bouts at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, the 2011 FILA Wrestling World Championships in Istanbul and the 2012 London Olympics

Final Verdict :

After closely analyzing Sultan we can only say that it is a top notch entertainer and you should definitely go to watch this film without giving a second thought. Anushka Sharma has been very impressive here as female wrestler Aarfa and her Haryanvi accent is mind blowing to watch.

On the other hand Salman Khan body show in Sultan will definitely grab many eyeballs and his action sequences are way too awesome. The music of Sultan is a big winner. After a really long time, one gets a sense of a complete soundtrack for a film instead of a series of songs working independently without really coming together as a unit.

Sultan Star Rating – 4.5/5*

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