3 Years of Vakeel Saab: A Tale of bravery

Three years ago today, on April 9, 2021, courtroom drama Vakeel Saab stormed into theatres, marking the triumphant return of actor Pawan Kalyan after a three-year hiatus. A Telugu remake of the Hindi film Pink, Vakeel Saab wasn’t just a commercial success (becoming the second highest-grossing Telugu film of 2021) but a social commentary that resonated deeply with audiences. Fans are celebrating 3 Years of Vakeel Saab.

3 Years of Vakeel Saab:

A Story of Resilience

The film tells the story of lawyer Satyadev (Kalyan), a recovering alcoholic who takes on the case of three young women (played by Nivetha Thomas, Anjali, and Ananya Nagalla) falsely accused of assault by a powerful politician’s son (Prakash Raj). Vakeel Saab tackles sensitive themes of consent, victim shaming, and the abuse of power. Kalyan’s powerful performance as the flawed but determined lawyer anchored the film, while director Venu Sriram’s sharp direction kept the narrative taut.

Celebrating Pawan Kalyan’s Return

Beyond the social message, Vakeel Saab was a much-anticipated comeback for Pawan Kalyan, a hugely popular actor in Telugu cinema. His absence from the screen due to his political pursuits had left a void. His return in such a powerful role was met with immense enthusiasm from fans. The film’s success solidified Kalyan’s status as a box-office force and a leading voice in Telugu cinema.

Lasting Impact

Three years on, Vakeel Saab continues to be relevant. Discussions around consent and women’s safety remain at the forefront. And the film serves as a reminder of the importance of speaking out against injustice. Vakeel Saab is not just a courtroom drama.  it’s a powerful social commentary that continues to spark conversations and inspire change.

Powe Star Pawan Kalyan has a line up of power packed films. His upcoming projects are ‘They Call Him OG’, ‘Hari Hara veera Mallu’, ‘Ustaad Bhagat Singh’. These are the highly anticipated films in these days.


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