16 August 2014 | By: Writing Buddha

Review: Singham Returns: A perfect Sequel indeed! ****/5

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    3 years ago, I watched Singham in multiplex with my college friends. That was my first experience when I saw multiplex audience whistling and clapping. I am just back after watching Singham Returns in a single screen theater at Navi Mumbai. Due to long queues and mind-blowing advance booking, I didn't get a single seat out of 3 theaters on Friday in my town. And the buzz is that Friday collection is 30 crore+. This is happening when the movie isn't promoted well, none of the songs have created buzz and no extreme PR activities has been felt. This tells how valuable and favorite Singham, Rohit Shetty and Ajay Devgn's combo brand is. This was again a wonderful experience watching people shouting, whistling and celebrating the wonderful dialogues and an angry policeman's fight against corruption and crimes. 

            Singham Returns can surely be said as an upgradation to its first part. While watching it, I didn't remember Singham even for a single moment. I was happy to find that Rohit Shetty has lived up to the expectations and made a movie after which its first part can be easily forgotten. And this was a big challenge to live up to; as we have seen how Arbaaz Khan spoiled Dabangg with its sequel. After the movie ended, I wished to see its 3rd part soon. That's what the director and story-teller, Rohit Shetty has done with his latest flick. He gave SRK his biggest hit in terms of collection with his last directorial venture- Chennai Express, now its time for him to repeat the same for Ajay Devgn with Singham Returns. 

             Ajay Devgn has played his part wonderfully. It's an honour for our generation to have an angry young man in the form of Ajay Devgn with us. He speaks less but still makes sure that his audience is connected with him. Aata Majhi Satakli and Aali re Aali aata tujhi baari aali still makes you shout your lungs out. That's the power of Ajay Devgn and his dialogue delivery. It's extremely hard to replace Prakash Raj in Singham but Amol Gupte plays his part wonderfully and makes sure that you are hating him but still laughing on his funny dialogues and interpretations. Zakir Hussain, Sameer Dharmadhikari, Anupam Kher, Dayanand and all the other supporting casts also contributes well. Kareena Kapoor is entertaining and her last dialogue makes the theater roar loud. 

            The action scenes are perfectly done and looks wonderful on screen. As the movie is shot in Mumbai, the city is shown beautifully and aesthetically on the screen. Rohit Shetty still manages to make us believe that cars can fly and blow away in fire with just a bullet of Singham's gun. The plot isn't very heavy which makes it easy for audience to enjoy movie without using their brains. The love angle between Ajay Devgn and Kareena Kapoor distracts you but thankfully, they do not waste much of your time and Singham keeps going back to his work before the audiences start missing the Singham effect. In all, Rohit Shetty entertains you by using Ajav Devgn's acting, Kareena Kapoor's beauty and Amol Gupte's talent. I give the movie 4 out of 5 because I got thoroughly entertained and enjoyed this more than it's first part.



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