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Review: Singham Returns Hindi Movie Rating 3.25/5

Title : REVIEW :  Singham Returns

Star Cast :   Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Amole Gupte, Anupam Kher

Producer :  Reliance Entertainment

Director :  Rohit Shetty

Music : Jeet Gannguli, Ankit Tiwari,Meet Bros Anjjan,Yo Yo Honey Singh

Released on: August 15th, 2014

Story :

Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) is now the DCP of Mumbai. He is the same angry cop but now posted in a bigger city. In the 2011 release Bajirao Singham didn't give two hoots about influential people and the power of corrupt politicians but now there is an added quality. He doesn't even care about the law anymore. A lot of steps that he takes are not in framework of the law.

The cop does roar louder than before, he has some amazing lines and some equally heroic action scenes, which his fans are going to love. The whistles in single-screen theatres will only get louder each time they hear him say Atta Majhi Satakli or Aali Re Aali! It may actually be a good experience to watch this one in a single-screen cinema hall.

This time Singham will clear the mess in the city. The chase to pin down the corrupt starts when a police constable is found dead in an ambulance with a lot of cash. The investigation leads Singham to a dishonest Godman (Amol Gupte) and his partner in crime is a corrupt politician. Singham will do whatever it takes to catch them. He will break every rule, if needed. From beating up people to shooting them in their backside, there is no stopping for Bajirao Singham this time.

Performances :

Ajay Devgn has pumped up to suit the role once again. With his new physique he beats his enemies to pulp! Kareena Kapoor has a few scenes, she does so justice to the comedy scenes given to her. Amol Gupte is brilliant as the corrupt Godman.


Rohit Shetty's style is maintained, his trademark is very much conspicuous. From aerial shots with huge crowds (this time on the streets of Mumbai), cars flying (this time on Worli Sealink) and a fleet of cars rushing to every spot, its all there and is very well shot!

There are quite a few unnecessary songs that kill the pace of this action film and not that these are great tracks. Although the best one comes right at the end, Atta Majhi Satakli by Yo Yo Honey Singh.

Analysis :

This film does show the frustration that the police must be going through but there is no way this is going to inspire the real cops. Even if it does, there is little they will be able to do because Singham and his men in uniform are not seen doing much within the confines of the law.

Bottom Line :

The dream team of Rohit Shetty and Ajay Devgn delivers a good entertainer. It's for fans of brand Singham and I'm sure they are all out there in large numbers. Rating 3.25/5

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