Chaar Sahibzaade :The Rise Of Banda Singh Bahadur Movie Review
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: Nihit Bhave Site:TimesOfIndia
Put simply, if you were the kid who secretly played book-cricket in history class, you may find the movie tedious, but if stories of brave soldiers and great wars excite you, march on into that theatre. The songs are a distraction and the first half can get very verbose and is entirely too long. It appears to be a revision of the first Chaar Sahibzaade movie, because the story of Banda Singh actually only starts in the second half.
Rating :- 2.5/5 Reviewed by: Rohit Vats Site: Hindustantimes
The initial flashes into the life of Banda Bahadur don’t add much to the drama and even slow down the pace. The film gains momentum only when he decides to cross the Yamuna and move further towards the Sutlej river. Voiceover artists have done their job but the same can’t be said about the animators. Lack of funds can be blamed for the film’s TV-like feel. The 134-minute runtime does seem like a stretch, but if you sit through the initial scenes, you’re in for a thrilling ride.
Rating :- Reviewed by:HARI NARAYAN Site:thehindu
The Message, Chaar Sahibzaade sets an example for treading the terrain of religion through cinema, making the end product accurate as well as relatable.Chaar Sahibzaade’s sequel, Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur, will chronicle the tale of Banda Singh, Guru Gobind Singh’s disciple, who takes forward the latter’s struggle for truth and justice and also avenges the death of his four sons.
Chaar Sahibzaade: Rise Of Banda Singh Bahadur | Official Punjabi Trailer