The earlier version of the film is good with lots of mind games and one-up-manship by the hero and villain made the film enjoyable. But the sequel missed such mind games and it always appears only on one side and though there are three villains in the film, no one could beat the hero and not even attempt for it. Watch the film for Surya's performance. No doubt the film would be enjoyable by the B, C centre audiences for the action scenes.
‘Singam’ is an intense and loud cop drama. Suriya has delivered a superb performance and there are some very good moments in the film. However, the very long runtime of the movie, a story that is superficial and too many fights bring down the overall viewing experience a bit. You may give this film a shot, but don’t go in with high expectations.
Singam which is a sequel to Yamudu film has a racy screenplay to start with. The links between the ending of Yamudu and beginning of Singam are well established. There is direct conflict point between two eaqually powerful performers in Yamudu (Suriya and Prakash Raj). Singam has three villains and one powerful hero. First half of the film is good and second half should have been crispy. On a whole, Singam is a film that is aimed at masses who lapped Yamudu. It has chances to click with the masses.