Director: Rohit Shetty
Star Cast: Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonu Sood
Simmba Movie Review: Rohit Shetty directed magnum opus Simmba has released today. The film was released in 4020 screens in India and on 963 screens worldwide. Well, as per the recent reviews, the film has started with a bang. Film critic, Taran Adarsh tweeted that that Padmavat started with a bang and Simmba will end this year with a roar. Well, all in all, the film is a hit for sure and the audiences have got a full-on entertainment film to celebrate the new year.
Coming to the acting part, then Ranveer Singh is impeccable as usual. He looks fantastic as a cop who is corrupt yet has a soft heart. Sara Ali Khan also looks quirky and adds the necessary glamour to her role. The songs of the film are already a hit. “Aankh maare” has already topped the music charts and has become a party anthem. In the film, you will also see the cameo of Ajay Devgan, Akshay Kumar and the team of Golmal. Simmba is a complete entertainer which has all the elements that will make you whistle and clap and at the end, you will have a powerful message.
Similar to Singham, you would see Simmba getting transferred to Goa where he gets in touch with the local Don Druv, essayed by Sonu Sood. There he mingles up with them and promises not to interfere in his business and Druv will in return give him monetary aid. Simmba turns blind eye to all the bad deeds done by Druv until he comes to know the sexual assault that Dhruv’s brother did to her de facto sister Aakruti essayed by Baidehi Parshurami. It is after this incident that Simmba undergoes a transformation and he decides to take revenge. There is also a love angle to it where Simmba falls for Shagun (Sara Ali Khan) who is a café owner.
Well, Simmba is a complete entertainer and the film brings fort the issues of sexual assault, drugs and fighting the bad. It’s a complete entertainer but at some moments it appears as the repetition of what we have already seen in Rohit Shetty’s earlier films, so it might make you yawn at some moments but otherwise, Simmba is a bang-on entertainment film.