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'SIMMBA' : ONE FILM WITH MANY SHADES TO IT

By Siddharth Singh . 29th December 2018 09:30am
'SIMMBA' : ONE FILM WITH MANY SHADES TO IT

After making us wait for such a long time, one of the much-anticipated movies of the year ‘Simmba’ has finally hit the screens this Friday. The film which is a joint presentation of Karan Johar and Rohit Shetty in collaboration with Reliance Entertainment has Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan in the lead.

Sangram Bhalerao (Simmba) is a tough cop appointed at Ranakpur ( a small township on the border of Goa with Maharashtra) who is inspired by his guru Bajirao Singham but unlike Singham (who is an honest cop) Sangram Bhalerao is a money minded guy who loves to take bribes. 

One question which strikes our minds is how can a cop speak so many different languages. In one film Ranveer Singh as Simmba is speaking Konkani, Marathi, Tapori, Gujarati and even Bengali. 



Sara Ali Khan’s character is short-lived, the makers should have played to do something to make their pairing a boost but it failed miserably. As the movie runs into its second half, she suddenly disappears from the screen. 

The entire film seems to be a blend of two different stories. While the first half of this movie reminds us of Ranveer’s ‘Ram-Leela’ character, a money-minded guy who sees no difference between good and the bad.  the second half seems to be another version of ‘Singham’ where he’s seen fighting for his soul sister’s justice. 

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As there were so many stories making the rounds on the internet about Ajay Devgn’s cameo in the film and believe us it’s short but definitely a shot to die for. The small conversation between the two cops will definitely give you goosebumps. If we go by his expressions then they look less of a cop and more of his ‘Omkara’ character. 

As the film reaches its climax we get a glimpse of Akshay Kumar dressed up in a police uniform while he’s on a phone call with ‘Singham’ which seems to be a glimpse of an upcoming movie project. 

If you are a fan of Rohit Shetty style of cinema then this movie may disappoint you at some point but overall it’s a must watch.