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23 Feb, 2017
2 hrs 25 mins
21,389 votes
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Hebbuli stars Sudeep in the role of a paramilitary commando, and is a story about the life of a military man.
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Hebbuli has lived up to its hype. It is an action packed film that keeps the adrenaline pumping from the first scene to the last. It has a huge star cast and there is a twist and turn every other scene. New characters are introduced and apart from action, the stunning locations, family sentiment scenes and songs keeps the audience entertained every minute. ...Read full review
HEBBULI might have been packaged as a Revenge saga but who cares about the packaging of a film as long as it gives a Good Run for money spent. I am pretty much sure that lovers of True Masala commercial Potboilers would go through the same experience when they get to watch this Action Extravaganza. There is also an awareness about `Generic Medicine` attached to the storyline which is appreciable. ...Read full review
If you don`t want the typical masala entertainment and are looking for something that moves beyond the staple big hero potboilers then this is for you. Hebbuli cleverly integrates an important issue, while still retaining massy elements. Go watch this one, it will not fail to entertain you. ...Read full review
Hebbuli is an unusual film for some reasons and a generic film for others. It tries to tackle a very serious issue and stands apart. At the same time, it devotes most of its energies to the hero-oriented action-thriller commercial formula. For a fan of the lead actor Sudeep, Hebbuli is a feast. For others, it is a formula film with a touch of a social message. It has a straightforward story about an army special forces soldier coming home to avenge the death of his brother. His honest-bureaucrat brother has committed suicide, or so the police say. But our hero knows better. ...Read full review
There is always something biggish when a star hero, who is as popular as Kiccha Sudeep dons the role of an army man for the first time. All those hi-tech rifles, guns, the tough attitude and mostly the pride of patriotism, and not to mention the new hairdo, makes it even more spectacular for an audience who can only dream of witnessing such live raw actions right in the presence of enemies. ...Read full review