Singham movie review
Singham is for fans of Ajay Devgan, who wanted to see him in a Salman's Dabangg kind of a role.
The movie is a fast action thriller where Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgan) plays the role of an honest cop who keeps his village crime free single handedly. The movie is a remake of a 2010 Tamil film.
Here's what the reviewers are saying about Singham:
Times of India: Rating - 4
Singham is over-the-top retro kitsch, spilling over with high-voltage stunts, slow-motion action cuts and fiery dialogues delivered in high decibels. It is meant for all those action buffs interested in time travel to the angry young 1970s and 1980s when cinema was larger-than-life and totally unrealistic.
Rediff.com: Rating - 2
Singham is for Ajay Devgn fans only. T he real star of the film Singham is its sound team. The dialogues are often hilarious, sometimes unintentionally. The fights are long, painful and yet fun to watch.
DNA: Rating 2
Singham is funnier than Golmaal, and not in a good way. If you’re looking for an action film to entertain you this weekend, Singham isn’t that film. This wannabe Dabangg is at best a comic film but there are so many other options that could do the job much better. Give this one a miss.