Simmba hits the bulls eye in an action masala entertainer – Ala re ala, Ranveer ala
Guys, get ready for a paisa vasool & crisp cop drama by masala movie king Rohit Shetty and heart-throb of nation Ranveer Singh. This movie is simply an entertainer that makes you whistle, laugh, & clap! After his spine-chilling depiction of Khilji in Padmaavat, superstar Ranveer is ready to stun all his lovers and fans with a corrupt cop who turned to the righteous path with a tragic event. Loosely-based on 2015 hit Telugu-language film Temper, Simmba gives Ranveer a chance to do a masala film with her favorite director. Sara Ali Khan and Ranveer chemistry shows great presence. Simmba movie review is good and it can be watched with friends and family. Sonu Sood as dreaded local goon justifies his presence.
The trailer Simmba of has already harvested a good buzz and ‘Ankh Maare’ song sung by Mika Singh, Kumar Sanu, and Neha Kakkar has already climbed up the music charts. Rohit Shetty-Ranveer Singh combination is the new talk of tinsel town. The films re-introduces two old songs from 90’s. The song “Aankh Maare Ladka Aankh Maare” from Tere Mere Sapne and song “Tere Bin” from the 1996 Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan song “Tere Bin Nahin Lagda by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan are good recreations and getting a higher position in top songs of 2018.
Ranveer is an actor who can dance, do action, and crack jokes in the first half. In the second half, a serious plot (a 19-year-old medical student gets raped) hits and Rohit makes you glued to your seats. In the end, surprise cameo of Ajay Devgn towards as Bajirao Singham takes the film to the next level. Depiction of a serious issue in a comedy movie doesn’t go down well with a comic flick. But, Rohit direction easily drags audience to ticket window. In the twist of beimmani and immandari, Ranveer’s Marathi accent, a dashing villain, action scenes, comedy, a sudden change in the story, and women safety campaign against sexual predators are reasons why Rohit Shetty is an ace director. Simmba movie review is not very different from Rohit’s previous hits.
- Film – Simmba
- Language – Hindi
- Directed by – Rohit Shetty
- Produced by – Karan Johar, Hiroo Yash Johar, Rohit Shetty, and Apoorva Mehta
- Production company – Dharma Productions and Rohit Shetty Picturez
- Starring – Ranveer Singh as ACP Sangram “Simmba” Bhalerao; Sara Ali Khan as Priya Bakshi; Ajay Devgn as DCP Bajirao Singham; Sonu Sood as Durva Ranade, and Siddhartha Jadhav as Santosh Tawde
- Music by – Tanishk Bagchi, Lijo George – DJ Chetas, and S. Thaman
- Lyricists – Shabbir Ahmed, Rashmi Virag, Kumaar and Kunaal Verma.
- Written by – Farhad Samji (dialogues)
- Screenplay by – Yunus Sajawal and Sajid Samji
- Story by – Vakkantham Vamsi
- Cinematography – Jomon T. John
- Edited by – Bunty Nagi
- Distributed by – Reliance Entertainment
- Running time – 155 minutes
- Budget – ₹80 crore (US$11 million)
- Release date – 28 December 2018 (India)
Why book a ticket today?
- Ranveer Singh in complete new avatar.
- Biggest entertainer of the year.
- A nice surprise end of the movie.
- Rohit Shetty-Ranveer Singh combination.
- Enough action, comedy, drama and foot-tapping music
- No flying cars this time.
Simmba movie review
- Direction – 3.5/5
- Dialogues – 3/5
- Screenplay – 3/5
- Music – 3.5/5
- Visual appeal – 3.5/5