Singham Returns

Singham Returns

3.5 4,236 Ratings

Directed by : Rohit Shetty

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Following the 2011 super hit movie Singham, the honest & fearless Bajirao Singham returns to Mumbai being a DCP Mumbai Police.The story jumps into action when a police constable from Singham’s squad is found dead having scampered away holding enormous sum of money and is charged of being corrupt. As the story unravels, Si...more


“Singham returns without the power and intensity of its prequel. Despite Ajay Devgn's brilliant performance, the Rohit Shetty style action is a disappointment. An irritating Kareena and over use of Aata Majhi Satakli make it a one time watch. ”

Singham Returns Credit & Casting

Ajay Devgn


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Singham Returns Box Office

  • Gross: INR 140.15 cr.
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Singham Returns Audience Review

With Singham in the city,some more similar action, louder this time, Rohit Shetty style.

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  Get ready for some more of the Singham trademark " Ataa Majhi Satakli" and the louder signature background tune as our invincible Singham walks with the  familiar aggressive swagger. In this movie Ajay Devgn is more determined to wipe out the baddies and even employs unorthodox methods.   ((you have to see the movie for that). 
It is like having a second helping of an Indian curry only this time it is spicier with more masala.
The movie appears to be an ode to the understaffed and brave cops of Mumbai as all the action takes place there.There is an attempt to show the human side like the elderly cop not able to cope with traffic duties due to ill health. 
Our honest cop Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) is now in Mumbai and pitted against a corrupt politician( Zakir Hussain),and a  lecherous Godman( Amol Gupte). The existing system and the law does not allow him to put these guys behind bars. Even the CM ( Mahesh Manjrekar) asks him to take it easy.He has to handle the over enthusiastic TV reporter who tends to come to wrong conclusions and is out to sensationalise the events.He also has to handle his romantic interest Kareena Kapoor who is out to get him full time. How Singham beats the system and eliminates the baddies forms the rest of the story.
In this typical Rohit Shetty movie of car chases and exploding vehicles, gun fights and the dishum dishum of the hand to hand combat is on a ear splitting high decibel.You may find a number of scenes very similar to the earlier film. But what is missing is the humour of the earlier films.There are serious issues like
a) Asking media not to sensationalise events and come to half baked conclusions to gain TRPs
b) Widows of cops to be looked after financially irrespective of the charges on the husband
c) Not blame unemployed boys who take money during elections 
In all this noise and fury there are two scenes where two women vent out their agony to Singham, one the dead cop's wife with a bleak future and the other is the mother of the boy beaten for taking money who tells Singham to go and catch the big fish. Both scenes are done well.There is also a scene where byker boys creating problems are handled diplomatically by Singham.
Ajay Devgn walks through his role doing things done earlier and maybe louder this time. A very convincing role no doubt. Kareena Kapoor is pretty as usual in a  bubbly role which she does well.She can be faulted for over acting a bit.Others in supporting roles have done their roles convincingly maybe overacted a bit but it matches with the mood of the film and it is okay.
Music is on a low key as per the mood of the film but the background score probably needs to be toned down a bit. Both cinematography and editing are superior.  
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