The Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan starrer movie, Simmba has hit the theatres and it seems to be making a remarkable impact. Ranveer Singh who played the evil Khilji in his last movie Padmaavat is retaining the crown as the ultimate entertainer. The fans were delivered what they were expecting from the film that is a dose of entertainment with a strong message denouncing corruption.
Simple But Fast Paced Plot Of Simmba
The film encompasses a simple but fast-paced plot which is packed with a lot of action. Ranveer seems to be a crooked cop at the beginning who is just in the Department for making fast cash. However, a few incidents (when his loved ones got abused) showed him the dark side of his deeds while eventually showing him a serious objective. That made him swings his path, the anti-hero who was having a light-hearted story now embarked on a serious journey. He single-handedly took the fight to the crooks and eventually retaining respect.
Ranveer Singh Amazed Us Once Again
But Ranveer being the rebellious character he is in the movie, fights back invoking a lot of action. It was the first time he was playing the role of a cop and he nailed it. On the other hand, Sara Ali Khan made his acting debut with this film and she did his part perfectly. We knew it would be hard for any actress to go toe to toe with Ranveer Singh but Sara did it smoothly. On top of that, she looked ultra gorgeous.
Sonu Sood Played The Antagonist
Sonu Sood has once again proved that portraying a negative character is just his cup of tea. He played the antagonist in the movie.
Ajay Devgn As Baajirao Singham
During the movie, you will find yourself whistling to the ultimate and heroic action scenes of Ranveer Singh. However, the biggest pop was received by the entry of Ajay Devgn who retained his role of Baajirao Singham in the film.
Similarities With Temper
A solid, well-packaged entertainer with a powerful message… Rohit Shetty gets it right yet again… And so does Ranveer, who is outstanding… Whistles, claps, laughter assured… Expect a STORM at the BO… #SimmbaReview pic.twitter.com/jVCxMjjaF8
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 27, 2018
One Word: FANTASTIC
Review: A full of action Rohit Shetty film which will keep you entertain throughout
What an year @RanveerOfficial is having
Started with #Padmaavat
Ending with #SIMMBA#SimmbaReview#RanveerSingh#RohitShetty pic.twitter.com/1I3wp8pfa7
— Praneet Samaiya (@praneetsamaiya) December 27, 2018
Some of the scenes will remind you of Jr. NTR’s Temper, the similarities have been shown on social media right from the moment when the trailer of the film was released.
If you like watching action-packed movies with a strong message, this is must watch for you. We would like to give it 3.5/5 stars.