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26 Jul

Extreme Movie Review: Singham (2011) Ajay Devgn

Dhing chika, Dhing chika, Dhing chika… This is what I got from singham, a ringtone… I hated Dabangg even more when it got National Award!
Don’t want to continue it in a post dedicated to Singham anyways!

if ( you like dabangg) {
Just go and enjoy Singham! This is pretty much mindless fun & laughter.
}

okay, so if you’re still with me then let me continue…

A bundle pack of abs, tight muscle and vardi (police uniform) make you no less than a super-man; this is the primary assumption of Singham.

Under false corruption charges Inspector Rakesh Kadam commits suicide, main culprit Jaykant Shikre (excellently played by Prakash Raj), a super-power politician from Goa.

Ajay Devgn as Singham, enters as an Inspector from a remote village, solving local issues in his unique-style. As per bollywood demand, Singham was destined to fall in love with Kavya (debut of Kajal Aggarwal). Movie does contain some songs & so called fairly childish love moments. You can totally utilize that time for washrooms & other needs.

Story line continues, in some xyz case our powerful villain had to appear before the macho Singham. As usual, verbal actions sowed the seeds of anger between the duo. Jaykant used his political power to transfer Singham to Goa City, in his area, to nail him down and started betrayals. I don’t want to get into further detail of what and when and how…

The vengeance saga continues with fairly comedy fight sequence and extra ordinarily unhuman stunts and mirthful dialogue sequences.

A few dialogues are:

jisme hai dam, wo faqt bajirao singham.
tera family bada hai, bahar mera truck khada hai…
meri zarooratein kam hai, isiliye mere zameer mein dum hai
kuch bhi karneka, Jaikant Shikre ka ego hurt nahi karna…
aali re aali, ata tuzi vari aali…
are ata mazi satakliree (this one was funny)
kya hua singham, is route ki sabhi laine vyast hai?…

Fight sequences I just cannot describe!! I just can’t stop laughing at that!!

Anyways, welcome back Ajay 🙂

No need to say, movie ended in an impractical way conveying “satyamev jayate” !! A few lines conveyed by Ashok Saraf (a constable), about Police in India are quite true! So ends one more over-action packed, masala hindi movie…

For those who want quick solution: Singham is the answer to the buzz-word of the century, corruption; rest wait for JanLokPal 🙂

Dhing chika, Dhing chika, Dhing chika…

-- Kedar Vaijanapurkar --