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Simmba Movie Review

simmba movie review

Catch Ranveer in a Complete Entertained Package in a Typical Rohit Shetty Masala film

Movie – Simmba
Director – Rohit Shetty
Star cast – Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan and Sonu Sood
Producer – Karan Johar and Rohit Shetty
Production Studio – Dharma Productions and Rohit Shetty Picturez
Cinematography – Jomon T. John
Running time – 155 minutes
Rating – 3.5


Meet Sangram or “Simmba” Bhalerao played by Ranveer Singh. He is a corrupt police officer from Shivgadh, which is the same place of Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn). Simmba is just the opposite of Bajirao and thus enjoys all the bliss for being a corrupt cop. However, his life comes on a straight track when his loved ones are targetted and abused. He then is transformed and moves on the righteous path. Also, Priya Bakshi played by Sara has a decent role in his transformation.


The film is a typical Rohit Shetty movie with loads of action, and drama in a town close to his favourite place Goa. The film in the first half gradually lifts up amidst all the gags and humor. Finally, when the movie boosts up, it showcases the high octave drama backed with fierce action scenes, which usually remain an integral part of any Rohit Shetty film. On the story part, the director has nothing new to offer to the audience but the kind of spice he has added makes all the difference. Ranveer Singh. The newly turned married man is a complete package in the film.

He can act, dance and carry out the fierce action with great perfection and dexterity. He can crack jokes and make the audience laugh and enjoy the film at any juncture. Rohit Shetty has tried his old methods to keep the audience glued. The other elements that also played their part include the music, the cool songs and excellent cinematography. The other elements like direction, filmmaking and screenplay seemed okay and somewhere helped to boost up the entertainment value of Simmba. And don’t forget the cameo of Ajay Devgn, he also has contributed to the film, which will be liked by the audience.

Simmba The Last Word

Rohit Shetty has the same old calculation when it comes to offering a film to B Town. His typical style can work if the dots are joined in the right way. This can be a decent watch for the coming weekend even if you are not his fan.

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