Both these characters aptly support and take the story ahead in their own way. What’s hot: We will get to Salman later, but can we talk about how good the material for the film is?
Both Salman and Anushka have worked really hard on getting their diction right.
For me the real star of the film is Ali who might have delivered two turkeys (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, Gunday) in the past, but he washes that off this slate with Sultan.
His style and technique is unique and his approach to creating emotional scenes is amazing.
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Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and produced by Yash Raj Films’, the film also stars Anushka Sharma, Randeep Hooda and Amit Sadh in key roles. It is a showcase of the superstardom of the actor, yet it manages to weave a plot and tell a story that will resonate with audience across age groups and social strata.
Cause that is the magic that Salman brings to the cinema.Sultan uses Salman’s stardom by taking the glamour and larger than life persona out and instead bringing out the child-like human quality that is often captured when the actor is off camera.Director Ali Abbas Zafar’s Sultan is more than just a tale of an underdog, it has nuances and references to the human spirit that have an universal appeal.Salman plays a washed out wrestler whose personal life is in doldrums after his wife Aarfa (Anushka Sharma) walks out on him post a tragedy.How Sultan turns things around and decides to give wrestling and his life a second chance is what the film is all about.Amit Sadh plays the businessman friend who invests in Sultan to keep his MMA inspired fighting tournament alive while Randeep Hooda plays Sultan’s coach.