Direction: Rohit Shetty
Production: Dharma Productions and Rohit Shetty Picturez
Cast: Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonu Sood, Ashutosh Rana & Siddhartha Jadhav
Music: Tanishk Bagchi, Lijo George - DJ Chetas, S. Thaman, Amar Mohile & Chandan Saxena
Cinematography: Jomon T. John
Editor: Bunty Nagi
Amazing us with different roles back to back, Ranveer Singh unlike in ‘Bajirao Mastani’, ‘Befikre’ and ‘Padmaavat’, he has tried out a stream of entertaining performance with the crew of ‘Singham’ team such that whether this will be a great success or will be critically acclaimed or a mass movie which will be well explained through the brief review written out below.
Sangram Bhalerao ‘Simmba’ (Ranveer Singh) grows up watching police officers having power because of the uniform they wear and through the bribe they receive such that with an ambition of becoming one, he studies hard and comes to such position whereas he is transferred to Miramar in Goa. He finds the cops in Miramar police station welcoming him but with one constable alone denying to respect him without saluting while Simmba arrives since he comes in Mufti. Simmba manages all the glitches while he gets bribes from a pub owner and a smuggler, Durva Ranade (Sonu Sood) who thinks his younger brothers to be everything with a family consisting of a lovable wife, son and much emotional mom. Simmba also ignores all their atrocities such that he comes across the drug dealing done illegally by the brothers of Durva and selling of drugs through small school kids which is found by Akriti (Vaidehi Parshurami) sister like person to Simmba who is a medical student and a part time teaching girl. Akriti then tries to take evidence from the brothers whereas she is then trapped and raped for doing so. Just with the death of Akriti, Simmba then arises against the criminals in order to get justice for Akriti and her father such that the evidences were deleted by Durva’s henchmen. What happens next? Will Simmba punish all the two rapists and get justice for Akriti by encountering? Will Simmba kill the rapists? Will Simmba be respected by people even after becoming a good police officer? Will he be supported then? How will the justice succeed? The ‘Singham’ face helps with the firing climax with the peppered look of ‘Pad Man’ star taking over charge for 2019.
Having an analysis on this tempered ‘Simmba’ movie, Rohit shetty’s efforts in executing the bright screenplay has proved well with Ranveer Singh’s character of ‘Simmba’ as well with punch dialogues whereas it has been prominent at some instances that the blank look of Ranveer in maintaining the strong role has been slipping then and there whereas managed with funny dialogues of ‘Mind is blowing’ and ‘Tell me something I don’t know’ in between. Cinematography of Jomon T. John and editing of Bunty Nagi with the good DI and featuring of eye cooling locations in “Tere Bin…” song has been much attractive whereas Sara Ali Khan as ‘Shagun’ has appeared in 3 to 4 scenes with limited dialogues in the character of losing his cop father in an encounter in the police station where Ranveer then works, has been gorgeous on screens along with enthusiastic dance in “Aankh Maare…” song having many stars in cameo roles. Sonu Sood seems to be completely awesome throughout the movie since it is a usual role for him just like in ‘Dabangg’ and in many other movies; it seemed to be with passive power nearing to the climax. The other supporting roles played by Ashutosh Rana, Siddhartha Jadhav and other actors were performed well, the reference touch of ‘Temper’ (Jr. NTR movie) remake is presented well in a Bollywood-ish style.
On the whole, ‘Simmba’ is a good attempt on mass version of Ranveer Singh highlighting the serious message.
‘Simmba’ is a mass entertainer giving way to justice and ‘Sooryavanshi’ for 2019!
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