CAST & CREW
Singham Returns is a sequel of Singham (part 1), a film which was a huge success and that has performed incredibly well at the box office. Singham was a recreation of Tamil blockbuster, and Singham Returns is an original screenplay by Rohit Shetty.
Bajirao Singham was a celebrated and a memorable character, does Singham Returns justifies the glory? Find Below..
Plot: The story is about a decent Mumbai’s police cop Bajirao Singham- Ajay Devgn.The police face an unpleasant situation when their constable is found dead in an ambulance filled with a lot of money and is charged with being corrupt. Guruji ( Anupam Kher) is a virtuous political leader in Mumbai who wants to bring a new change in the society. Singham thinks Guruji as his icon and worships him like his god. But he was left all broken when Guruji is killed. The lion is now ready to roar again and facing new challenges that cross his path to his bravery. With the love and respect, he earned the complete law enforcement supports him throughout his unpleasant situation. The story thereafter follows Singham’s battle against the corrupt system which tests his courage and integrity.
Star Performances: Ajay Devgn fits in the role of a super cop. Though the film has two villains in the form of Amol Gupte and Zakhir Hussain, the film’s main villain is weak which has nothing new to offer. Kareena Kapoor Khan acting skills are wasted. She has nothing much to do, and even the absence of her character would have made any difference in the plot. Her chemistry as compared to Kajal Aggarwal doesn’t work either.
Analysis: As the audience were well acquainted with the characters, Rohit Shetty did not waste any time in the introduction. The first half is filled with action sequences, car crashes, punch lines, drama and Singham’s as usual walk towards the camera. The love angle is forced in the screenplay just for the having a glamorous leading lady romance. The music is very disappointing, even YYHS ( Honey Singh) did not work. The cinematography is amazing. Action sequences are too long and repetitive.
• Superb actions performed by Ajay Devgn.
• Good screenplay
• Amazing dialogues
• Intensity, drama & emotions
What’s not there:
• Music is not good
• No chemistry between the couple
• Villain role play was not convincing
Verdict: The first half of the movie is definitely a worth of your time, but the overdose of action and intensity makes it a little burdensome to sit and bear it throughout. Good for a Sunday lazy evening tea time movie.
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