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Simmba

Simmba

3.4 133,711 Ratings

Directed by : Rohit Shetty

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A remake of the hit Telugu movie Temper, Simmba stars Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan in the lead.

Verdict

“Simmba makes you want to overlook its lunacy to enjoy its entertainment ”

Simmba Credit & Casting

Ranveer Singh

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Simmba Audience Review

Boring. Loud. Overconfident. Drag. Or simply Simmba.

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by Rahul Bharadwaj (13,020 DM Points) | See all my reviews

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Sangram Bhalerao, as many times I tried turning this name around I could not concise it into simmba at lease not by the way Hindi is written. Since Karan Johar the producer was OK with the title and the logic I can give it to you in writing he was a pathetic Hindi subject student in school.

Rohit Shetty is the modern day mammohan desai and I have enjoyed his movies and this one trust me is his Ganga Jamuna Saraswati.

The movie has predictable scenes post interval where it sinks totally. The plot is as innovative as a girl getting raped and a cop deciding to take revenge.

Ranveer Singh carries the film alone on his shoulders but how much can a content less movie be saved. Sara Ali Khan is there for two songs and is totally wasted.

If you are the kind where muscled men go oye oye at each other and grunt and fight this is your movie.

The plot has such big holes in it that after a point you don't want to count and the court room climax in the end is such a sorry joke.

At best you remember the movie for cameos and announcement of another upcoming one. So why not just make a trailer? Why torture audiences for 160 odd minutes to announce another movie in the end?

If you thought Karan Johar's biggest crime of killing Sairaat with Dhadak was a crime then wait till you suffer Simmba.

Bollywood will blow up crores on jumping cars but want pay a dime to good writers. Simmba is an example.

One star for Ranvir Singh.

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