Simmba Movie Review

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Release Date  : 28/12/2018

Genre              : Action, Comedy, Drama

Cast                : Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonu Sood

Director          : Rohit Shetty

Duration         : 2 hrs 39 mins

Language        : Hindi

The last big movie of 2018 has finally hit the theatres. Simmba, starring the energetic Ranveer Singh and newbie Sara Ali Khan, has all the right elements you would expect from a commercial Bollywood film. Directed by the maverick Rohit Shetty, Simmba is a cop action drama that is produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. An unscrupulous cop Bhalerao Sangram aka Simmba (Ranveer Singh) develops a conscience after a tragedy strikes his loved one.

 “Mind is blowing,” thunders Simmba whenever something makes him happy. And nothing makes him happier than money. His mantra in life is to do beimaani with full imaandaari. Ranveer Singh as the corrupt police officer is in top form in this massy entertainer. Right from the first scene he captivates your senses with his disarming charm, even when he’s not doing the right thing. The film gets progressively serious, his easy banter turns into tough talk for the bad guys, topped with solid action and emotion. Whether it’s the funny first half or the grim second half, Ranveer packs quite a punch.

Everything happens in trademark Rohit Shetty style. This is his brand of cinema, where the hero has a larger-than-life swag, but is also relatable to the common man. Ranveer lives the character of Simmba with zest and aplomb, aided by massy wisecracks in an endearing Marathi accent that will make you chuckle. His leading lady Sara Ali Khan, however, has precious little to do besides looking breathtakingly beautiful. Watch it guys!