Simmba Movie Review
Director: Rohit Shetty
Artists: Sara Ali Khan, Ranveer Singh, Ajay Devgan
Movie Type : Action/Drama/Comedy
Rating: 4/ 5
What does an entertaining-spice film need? Dance, action, comedy, katchi one liners, romance and a brave good looking hero, who in time can beat 20-50 people simultaneously. Ranveer Singh's 'Simmba' is also a typical Rohit Shetty style masala movie, which has all these elements. If you watch the film for entertainment, then you will enjoy it, but if you try to set your mind, your fun will get gritty.
The story of the film is the same old story of how a corrupt police officer wants to wash away his old sins by turning himself into an honest police officer after a tragedy. Orphan Simmba aka Sangram Bhalerao learned in his childhood that power is needed to earn money and that is why he chooses to become a police officer. At night school, he becomes a policeman who also commits dishonest sincerity.
He has only one agenda while playing duty so that he can get money in a legitimate and illegitimate way. Meanwhile, he is transferred to Goa. Simmba is happy that he will get a lot of money on this posting, but he does not know that his life is going to change here.
Here he finds Shagun (Sara Ali Khan), the love of her life, who is orphaned like Simmba and does catering. Here she finds a figure like a face-like sister, Khudadar honest head constable Mohite (Ashutosh Rana), Santosh Tawde (Siddartha Jadhav), who makes her feel like a family. With this, he encounters the well-known don Dhurva Ranade (Sonu Sood), who is a family man, but does all kinds of illegal business. However, Simmba has no problem with him as he shuts Simmba's money. Then one day, Dhurva's two crook brothers not only brutally rape Simmba's mouth-shaping sister, but also kill her. Shakti became a witness to his dark misdeeds. Just then the transformation of the corrupt police Simmba takes place and he not only decides to punish the murderers of the figure, but also vows to follow the path of honesty. The story features a number of turns and twists such as DCP Bajirao Singham's dramatic entry. Will Simmba take revenge and will he find his way to the truth? You will have to watch the film to know this.
This film by Rohit Shetty is a spin off of 'Singham', but let us tell you that it is the official Hindi remake of the Telugu film Temper. Rohit spared no effort to make it spicy. The first half of the film looks like a roller coaster ride, where Comedy has a strong dose. LARGAR DEN is Ranveer's entry in Life Style, but in the second half, for some time the story slips from its track to the rape track, which is linked to Nirbhaya's case, Rohit has made melodramatic and prechi, but then Ajay Devgan Coming in his cool style, he brings the film back on track. The action scenes that make up the creepiness are Rohit Shetty's strength, which also reinforces the film here. Farhad Samji's One Liners maintains silliness throughout the film. The action scene and Rohit are the climax of the film, which gives a clear indication of Simmba's sequel after Akshay Kumar's surprise entry.
If Ranveer Singh is called the life of the film, it will not be wrong. He has lived in a funny style with SimMba Marathi accent. His gait, shield, look, dialogue payoff and action style make the audience play the seats. Sara Ali Khan is very involved with Ranveer, but she did not get a chance to see much time on screen. Sonu Sood has played the role of Dhurva Ranade in a very amazing way. A powerful villain like him has been seen giving a tough competition to a hero like Ranveer. Ashutosh Rana has given memorable performances in the role of an honest police officer. In the same way, Siddharth Jadhav has entertained the audience well. The supporting cast are also fantastic.