Singham Movie Review
Release Date:July 22, 2011
In the backdrop of Shivgad, a small village in the border of Maharashtra and Goa, the film revolves around the story of an honest, diligent and honoured Inspector Bajirao Singham played by Mr. Ajay Devgn who fights against injustice and prejudice using his own ethics and principles.
A sudden strike of destiny sets up Singham against the tremendously powerful criminal cum politician Jaykant Shikre (Prakash Raj), challenging his morals and beliefs. Jaykant's powerful planning and force makes Singham land up in the ruling city of Jaykant Shikre, the city of 'Goa', where he leaves no stone unturned to make Singham's life a nightmare to live.
Singham's supportive girlfriend Kavya (Kajal Aggarwal) and his tryst with Late Mr. Rakesh Kadam's family makes him realise the importance to bring a change in the system by eradicating the root cause Jaykant Shikre, by not going against the law of force but by being a powerful part of it.
'Singham' wears you out over the course of its running time because it all seems so darned familiarRead more
exhaustingly clichédRead more
The tone is uniformally over-the-top—loud dialogue and acting, shrill jokes, dazzling colours, kitschy sets and costumes and stylised choreographyRead more
Singham works in bits and pieces, only when Devgn gets fully into his stride, squaring up to Raj as he hits the high notes.Read more
This movie may not be worth your ticket money. A treat for Devgn fans, thoughRead more
Singham is a tiresome filmRead more
Singham is more of a whimper than a roarRead more
Singham has its moments, but it is overall a ham, a piece of ordinary cinema.Read more
All that's larger than life in Singham is Devgn's musclesRead more
This is Wanted Part 2 or Dabanng Part 2 without Salman Khan's crazy charmRead more
Watch it for its robust potboiler personality. With extra masala as garnishRead more
Singham is for Ajay Devgn fans onlyRead more
But for a stray over-the-top scene here or a corny piece of dialogue there, it wears the look of a lean, mean and smartly packaged entertainerRead more
Leaves you goofy, grinning and clapping with gleeRead more
A full-on masala film that worksRead more