Director: Rohit Shetty
Singham Returns, the most-awaited movie of the year 2014, hits the theatres today. Director Rohit Shetty is back with another hit after the blockbuster Chennai Express last year. Rohit Shetty and Ajay Devgn have given a lot of hit movies together. From Golmaal series to Singham movie, the duo have given some major blockbuster movies.
Singham movie was a remake of a Tamil movie of the same name starring Tamil superstar Suriya, but the sequel Singham Returns has no connection with Singham 2 of Tamil. In fact the story of this movie is so impressive that the Tamil filmmakers have decided to buy the rights to make Singham 3 down south.
The film starts with an honest cop who is found dead with loads of money. The story unfurls after that with Bajirao Singham going after the bad guys.
Bajirao Singham is back this time as DCP in Mumbai. He goes behind the bad politician and the fake Godman (Amole Gupte) to stop them from wrong doings.
This film will impress people more if you are a Rohit Shetty action sequence lover. This film is no exception, for all you people will get to see the same gun shots, bullets, car chasing sequences and many cars flying.
Kareena Kapoor adds colour to the film by playing Bajirao’s lady love (Avni). She is just another eye candy, although she had earlier in an interview said otherwise. Like in Jab We Met, her attire in this movie may soon become a rage among the audience. Anupam Kher plays the Guruji which doesn’t impress as it is a very short role.
Amole Gupte has played the role of the Godman very well. Dayanand Shetty, who is famously known for his character Daya in the television serial CID, is the right hand cop of Bajirao. His iconic scene from the serial has been recreated Singham style in the movie.
Bajirao Singham, will he succeed in his mission of eliminating the bad guys? Will he succeed with his honest nature? That will be for all you readers to watch out for.
Director could have avoided showing Ajay Devgn with his aviators walking and walking and walking all the while, which really annoys.
The first half of the film is gripping and moves in a jiffy, but the second half is stretched a little too much.
Singham Returns is back with double the rage and roar. If you all like a Rohit Shetty kind of movie, watch it in the theatres. Otherwise, please take a roll of cotton ball with you.