Our energizer bunny Ranveer Singh recently shared a behind-the-scenes video of his upcoming film Simmb. The 32-seconds-long video will remind you the reason why Rohit Shetty is regarded as the greatest action director in Bollywood!
Ranveer Singh is playing a cop for the first time in his eight year long career!
Producer Karan Johar shared the video, where we not only witness Ranveer Singh as Sangram Bahlero but we see Action Man Rohit Shetty in his best avatar possible!
Tweeting the video clip, KJo wrote, “The ACTION MAN ROHIT SHETTY and the new cop on the block RANVEER SINGH in and as #SIMMBA @ranveersingh @itsrohitshetty @reliance.entertainment @dharmamovies @rohitshettypicturez @simmbathefilm Sonu Sood and Sara Ali Khan”
The ACTION MAN ROHIT SHETTY and the new cop on the block RANVEER SINGH in and as #SIMMBA @ranveersingh @itsrohitshetty @reliance.entertainment @dharmamovies @rohitshettypicturez @simmbathefilm— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) 24 October 2018
Sonu Sood and Sara Ali Khan pic.twitter.com/gX3fU1wUD4
The video is charged up with A LOT of things breaking, people jumping, and window glasses shattering and cars flying; we mean Rohit Shetty style! Then we see Ranveer Singh in an altogether new avatar; as Sangram Bhalerao, a police officer who wants to eradicate all the bad things from the society. In between all this, we see perfectly inserted shots of Rohit Shetty, proving why he is considered the real action star of his movie sets!
The makers had previously released another video of Ranveer Singh, where he delivered a powerful dialogue – “Me star police Sangram Bhalerao, jo deto traas, tyacha me gheto class.” Simmba is the remake of a Telugu movie titled Temple starring Jr. NTR and actress Kajal Aggarwal.
Moreover, it has been confirmed that Golmaal gang which includes Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Kunal Khemu will be making a special cameo in the movie and Rohit's close friend and actor Ajay Devgn will also be seen in a special appearance, playing his popular character of Bajirao Singham in Simmba’s climax.