Kabzaa Movie Review: Kabzaa, starring Upendra and Shriya Saran, opened in theatres across India today.

Both Kiccha Sudeepa and Shiva Rajkumar had pivotal roles in cameo appearances. The film was directed by P. Chandru.

The movie was shot in Kannada initially, and afterward, it was dubbed into several other Indian languages.

Kabzaa has stunning cinematography, and the film does an excellent job of recreating the look and feel of a bygone age.

Upendra, who does unusual films, did a fantastic job. His charisma and skill in front of the camera are both impressive.

The appearances of Kiccha Sudeepa and Shiva Rajkumar are a welcome diversion. Although they only appear briefly, the actors leave a lasting impression.

The composition of the action sequences in Kabzaa is very well done, and the bang at the interval is fine.

Infrequently, a film will set a new standard for innovation in terms of style or subject matter. Heroism in Indian film was reimagined in films like KGF.

It's fine to be influenced by blockbuster films, but Kabzaa fails to stand out because it looks too much like KGF.

There needs to be something genuine about the film for it to be engaging, and Kabzaa lacks that. Kabzaa is nearly a replica of KGF in every respect.