Simmba, starring Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan released today, and we must admit, we were a little scared after the back to back disasters we’ve seen this year.
After Zero however, Simmba is a redeeming factor for Rohit Shetty hits the nail on the head with this film. The second in the Singham series, Simmba is the perfect masala movie that makes Bollywood, well, Bollywood.
Ranveer Singh, we feel, was made for the role of Sangram Bhalerao. Or Simmba. His facial expressions. Slurs. His moves. His energy. His self obsession. And his complete infifference to what happens around him. It had us all hooked to our seats.
He makes it quite clear. That he maybe a cop, but he’s in it only for the money. Yet, that changes when tragedy befalls someone he cares about.
Sara is a breath of fresh air in the movie, as Simmba’s love interest. Although, she has very little role to play in the film. But her chemistry with Ranveer makes the film a must watch.
Why you should watch the film? For Ranveer Singh, and Ranveer Singh only. From the moment we lay our eyes on him, he is a force to be reckoned with. His dialogue delivery is a treat, along with the display of a range of emotions that add flavour to the film.
Ajay Devgn’s cameo at the end is enough to make the ones present in the theatres cheer out loud, and we don’t blame them. We were kinda waiting for it too.
And we loved the fact that Ranveer is the perfect protege in the film. That moment when he tells Singham, “Aap se hi sikha hai” is when he completely bowled us over.
There’s another surprise lined up for you though. Rohit Shetty drops the announcement for the next film in the franchise and of course we won’t reveal who’ll be starring in it.
Overall, we’d rate the film 4 out of 5 stars.
Clearly, weekend’s sorted. We know what your plans for the last weekend of the year will be.
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