A Masala Blockbuster!

There is no doubt that Rohit Shetty and Ajay Devgn spell magic at the box office with their collaboration and the sequel to their 2011 release 'Singham' will sure eat away all the business with the entertainment it claims to provide. 

With all the power-packed stunts, hard-hitting dialogues, the spunk that is inevitable when Bebo comes on screen and Ajay's flamboyant persona as the supercop; there's nothing that should stop you from watching this masala blockbuster. 

However, if you are expecting a story and a logically driven screenplay, sorry you have entered the wrong screen.

After getting the Goa cop scene in place in the prequel, Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) who is now Mumbai's Deputy Commissioner of Police aims to eradicate corruption from the city of dreams. 

As far as the temperament and the mood of the film goes, this one is pretty much like its prequel, which in itself is pretty rare when it comes to making a Bollywood sequel. Shetty builds on the tried and tested fomula and brings a film that is bigger but can't say better. 

Where 'Singham' hit the right chord and had an emotional connect with the audience, its return is not as impressive.

There is no doubt that the film is an hardcore entertainer and the audience gets value for their money spent, but the film does take undue advantage of the cinematic liberties it has. 

For Ajay Devgn fans, the film is a treat. The actor is at his best and mouths dialogues flawlessly in the film. 

You cannot be spared by Kareena Kapoor Khan's charm who plays Singham's love interest in the film. 

Anupam Kher plays virtuous politician along with Mahesh Manjrekar and both do justice to whatever is given to them. Amole Gupte knows his trade best and does a commendable job. 

The music of the film is average and deterrent to the flow, however, Yo Yo Honey Singh's 'Aata Majhi Satakli' refuses to leave your mind. 

Backgroud score though a bit loud is bearable. Editing could have been crispier. No complaints with the cinematography and a gripping screenplay. 

With the long weekend that has just begin, SINGHAM RETURNS seems like the best way to pass your time, more so if you are a fan of this trio. 

So do book your tickets for this one now!

kingfisher backstage