Singham Returns is all about Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) and his fight against corruption and injustice.
Guruji (Anupam Kher) is a righteous political leader who wants to bring about social change and opposing his noble intentions are corrupt politicians along with a sleazy, Swamiji (Amole Gupte). This is when Bajirao Singham makes an entry to fight the evil but during all of this his dutiful police officer gets killed and falsely accused of corruption. Now this angers Bajirao Singham and he is out there to set the records right.
Amole Gupte’s casting is a stroke of genius who rolls perfectly as the bad guy, Kareena Kapoor has nothing much to do but looks her part and takes care of the comedy and romance with great effect, Anupam Kher manages to impress, but the film ultimately belongs to Ajay Devgn. The scene where an emotional Ajay Devgn takes his frustrations out on a young but poor adult is fascinating. It’s a rarity to see a Hindi film showing it’s hero in bad light albeit for just a few minutes.
Ajay Devgn makes his character look very believable and real. He maintains that crucial balance between under play and histrionics.
Coming to Rohit Shetty, well he has mastered the formula of entertaining his audiences and one must give him full marks for the same. Singham Returns is well shot, has a tight script, has some lighter moments and last but not the least has some breath taking action sequences.
Rohit Shetty has latched on to the craft of filmmaking and given us a great entertainer. The climax of the film is never-seen-before. It’s good to see a young filmmaker trying to innovate and make films as much with the head as with the heart. For once a film deserves to be a blockbuster.
It's fun, it's entertaining and it was loads of action. Well that's what Ajay Devgn and Rohit Shetty's Singham Returns is all about. Singham Return...4.0