Singham Returns Movie Review

Thursday, August 14, 2014
Here is the review for the movie Singham Returns. Watch out this space for more updates!
Rating:2/5 Review By:Saibal Chatterjee Site:NDTV
Singham Returns has a fair sprinkling of angry wisecracks that might draw spontaneous whistles and loud claps from those that love violent fights to the finish. One can only hope that this is indeed the end, and another sequel isn’t lurking in the future.
Rating:2.5/5 Review By:Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi

Singham Returns doesn’t match up to Singham and that is the failure of this franchise venture. It is definitely a very watchable film with Ajay putting in his best foot forward in a role that brings out his caliber to the fullest but for those who are expecting a Rohit Shetty fun watch, this film is neither immensely entertaining or superbly enjoyable. The action doesn’t offer anything new and the drama is too superficial. It is just about average and that too only for its lead man whose swagger rules the show in this one.
Rating:2.5/5 Review By:Manjari Saxena Site:Gulf News
Devgn proves once again he can be good actor given the right script and direction and he simply carries forward his role from the 2011 hit. Gupte seemed to be thoroughly enjoying himself playing the Baba. But Kher’s role is pretty ordinary and which he would have probably dealt with easily. The cast is suitably supported by Zakir Hussain, who is currently seen on TV in Yudh and CID’s very own Dayashanker. Kapoor, however, hams her way through the film, raising a few laughs (more at herself than the character) through the film, especially in the scene where she beats up a mangy TV reporter who sensationalizes their (Singham and Avni) departure from the city as absconding. Despite it all Devgn and Shetty should be able to score decently at the box office. Don’t forget this is a film and not real life and don’t question the sequence of events that take place if you want to enjoy it.
Rating:/5 Review By:Sneha May Francis Site:Emirates 24/7
Apart from being part-action, part-romantic and part-political, ‘Singham Returns’ is also part-confused. Clearly, Rohit Shetty is attempting to go the extra mile, even though he isn’t putting any thought to it. Skip 'Singham Returns' if you don’t want to lose your mind or if you don’t have the courage to stomach meaningless Bollywood masala films.
Rating:3/5 Review By:Sukanya Verma Site:Rediff
Even if unabashedly playing to the gallery and formulaic to its core, Singham Returns offers quite a bit to whistle about with its steady supply of straightforward action and a hot-headed hero who delivers a punch with a fist and a line. It doesn’t hold up to its potential in entirety, tumbling drastically in the middle to incorporate recognizable tropes and cliches. The final pay off is a bit tame for my liking but as long as it doles out generous scoops of masala and corn, it works just fine. Ultimately, Shetty’s crowd pleaser antics boosted by Devgn’s blustering machismo and a hilarious hat-tip to CID make up for the earlier melodrama and a done-to-death twist concerning the all-important witness. Is that good enough? Wrong question. Is it entertaining enough? Er, yeah.
Rating:4/5 Review By:Taran Adarsh Site:Bollywood Hungama
On the whole, SINGHAM RETURNS is a complete mass entertainer with power-packed drama, hi-intensity dialogue and towering performances as its aces. The brand value attached to it coupled with a long weekend will help the film reap a harvest and rule the box-office in days to come. A sure-shot WINNER!


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