Whenever an Akshay Kumar movie releases, there is sheer increase in the expectations and fandom due to his acting capabilities and choice of movies. This time Gabbar is back, and it looks like it's the worst news for everyone who is evil and corrupt; because Gabbar is back to teach all of them a lesson.

Corruption is the biggest problem faced by India and when a movie promises to blow up this menace from its roots, it is obvious that it creates ripples of news across channels. Movies based on tarnishing corruption with the main protagonist being the medium to wipe off the face of corruption from the country are not new in Bollywood, but the epidemic has grown in size and so have the themes of the movies based on corruption.

The latest movie to have corruption as its central theme is Akshay Kumar starrer "Gabbar is Back". The title role of Gabbar is played by none other than Akshay Kumar who is also known as the Action Kumar of Bollywood. The movie is about a common man who decides to take charge of the situation and take the bull by its horns. Gabbar believes in only one punishment, death. Akshay Kumar rules the Film with his presence being marked in almost all scenes and like in his past few flicks Holiday, Baby and Khiladi Kumar; even in this one he is playing a crusader against corruption.

The story is based in Maharashtra with corrupt doctors and even more corrupt government officials starring in the opening sequences of the movie.

Add to that careless police officers and soulless politicians and you get a perfect recipe for the birth of a corruption hating super hero called Gabbar.

The dialogues of the movie are written by Rajat Arora who wrote flaming hot dialogues for the hottest movie Bollywood had ever seen "The Dirty Picture" and also for the underworld saga "Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai".

True to his writing style Rajat Arora has pumped in life into Gabbar with his dialogues, one which stands out and describes Gabbar to the core is "Naam se villain, kaam se hero".

Apart from Akshay Kumar in the lead, the movie stars Shruti Hassan, Suman Talwar , Sunil Grover and Jaideep Ahlawat. Shruti Hassan does nothing different from the cliches of song, dance and romancing Gabbar.

All in all, Gabbar is one man show; it is Akshay Kumar all the way through and is a must watch for all his fans.