Saaho is to Sujeeth what Bombay Velvet is to Anurag Kashaya – so much money to do you don’t know what to do with the story that can do justice to the budget. However, Sahoo might just save itself by an inch from falling into a tragic pit of flop like Bombay Velvet. The film starts with an owner of a syndicate gang Roy being killed in Mumbai. Ashok (Prabhas) A police officer who is assigned the case super-thief (Niel Nitin Mukesh) along with his new partner Amirtha (Shraddha Kapoor) to figure what is black box? and why is super-thief after it? And the box is of course tied to Roy.
Acting: Prabhaas’ inability to dance is known to mankind is adjustable but then what comes as a surprise was his inability to move, his body lack so much of movement that the camera has to move on his behalf – tilt, pan, and zoom. Shardha puts up a display of her unrealistic and unconvincing acting skills.
Chemistry: A romantic angel in every Indian movie is a must, so Sahoo has to have a love angel but how much can Shraddha and Prabhas that they have chemistry is a pure testament of their acting skills which is at least dormant in this film.
Screenplay: Only if the producers had put half the money or logic on screenplay has they have put in production the film could have at least sailed. The story has so many loopholes that it brings Chulbul Pandey’s dialogue to Chedi Singh.
Music: Psycho Saiyaan and Bad Boy are the only good thing that ever happened to Saaho