Singham Returns Review: A Predictable story

Singham Returns Review

singham returns review
Singham Returns  wasn’t too much different from the previous sequel or should I say that it was quite predictable. singham Returns is directed Rhoit Shetty and starting  Ajay Devgan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Amole Gupte in the lead roles.


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By default we know that Bajirao Singham is an upright cop and in this sequel he has been promoted and working as Deputy Commissioner of Police  relocated from Goa-Maharshtra to Mumbai City.

Ajay Devgan reprises his role as Bajirao Singham, upright cop and dispenser of vigilante justice, now promoted to Deputy Commissioner of Police and relocated from a village on the Goa-Maharashtra border to big bad Mumbai city. The story almost shares the same plot as in “Singham” that he put some people in jail, who were men of a known politician and were linked to a murder of a police officer.


There is not much suspense or thrill in the script of Singham Returns. Singham is seen intolerant  for dishonesty and corruption in one of the earliest scene in the starting of the movie  when someone offers him a bribe, he lands a stinging slap on the fellow’s face and this classic line: “Main leta nahin, deta hoon.”

What I  enjoyed in ‘Singham Returns’ were its stray moments of clever and unpredictable  humor. In singham returns Ajay devgan  takes it on the chin when his girlfriend, and an officer in his team, makes a joke about his age. At the same time such minutes are few and far between in a spin-off that considers itself excessively important, and one that subscribes to the “enormous is better” ethic of film making. So there are all the more flying autos and greater blasts, and dazzling aeronautical perspective shots of activity scenes unfolding on the Sea Link. Meetings in the middle of Singham and his opponents are peppered with “punchy” one-liners, and our legend’s signature catchphrase “aata maajhi satakli” is rehashed at any rate about six times for impact.

There’s additionally Kareena Kapoor as Singham’s adoration enthusiasm, in a track that truth be told feels unnecessary in the bigger plan of things. The normally reliable performer looks ravishing, yet the film doesn’t oblige her to such a great amount as break into a sweat to overcome her scenes. It’s Ajay Devgan alone, who keeps the film from coming apart, as the plot gets to be progressively effortless. He’s in awesome structure as the intense cop with a delicate heart, and he shows that quality strikingly, especially in one scene where he’s gone up against by the frantic mother of a blundering chill.

Singham Returns is expected to do a good business because of the cast but not the story line. Hindustan Times has also reported the same facts about the movie Singham Returns


Singham Returns
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rohit Shetty
Produced by Reliance Entertainment
Ajay Devgan
Rohit Shetty
Written by Sajid-Farhad
Screenplay by Yunus Sajawal
Story by Rohit Shetty
Starring Ajay Devgan
Kareena Kapoor Khan
Amole Gupte
Music by Jeet Gannguli
Ankit Tiwari
Meet Bros Anjjan
Yo Yo Honey Singh
Cinematography Dudley
Edited by Steven Bernard
Ajay Devgn Films
Rohit Shetty Productions
Distributed by Reliance Entertainment
Release date(s)
  • August 15, 2014
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget INR110 crore(US$18 million)[2]
Box office INR32 crore (US$5.3 million) (Opening day)

Rating: 2/5


Singham Returns Review

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