Simmba Movie Review: Ranveer Singh as Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba is bold, bad-ass and a BLAST!

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Finally, Bollywood's live wire Ranveer's first-ever collaboration with Golmaal hit-maker Rohit Shetty, Simmba has finally hit the theaters. Dharma Productions' most anticipated movie, Simmba is a Hindi remake of 2015's hit Telugu movie Temper which was directed by Puri Jagannadh.

There is no denying of the fact that characters like Singham, Chulbul Pandey and Vikram Rathore among others are immensely loved by the Indian audience. Also, while following an on-going trend there is always a risk of overdoing it. Before you run your horses, Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan starrer Simmba is a fun-filled ride which you wish never-ended.

With lots of whistling-moments in the movie, Simmba has become a hit among the audience. Let us brief you through the overall review of Rohit Shetty's action-drama movie, Simmba.

The movie is being narrated by none-other-than Singham aka Ajay Devgn. Its story revolves around a boy named Sangram Bhalerao who grew up in Singham's village dreaming of becoming a corrupt police officer. As expected, Ranveer aka Simmba becomes a dashing, good-at-heart, rogue and yet corrupt police officer in Miramar (Shivgad).

The first-half of the movie is funny, light-hearted and explains the inside and out of the main character i.e., Sangram Bhalerao who is corrupted on the outside but not on his inside. Sooner or later, Simba gets mixed up with the bad-guys and begins working for the baddest of all guys i.e., Durva Ranade (Sonu Sood).

Simmba's life is good and running at full pace when he meets the love of his life, Shagun being played by debutant Sara Ali Khan. Kedarnath actress looks stunning in the avatar of a brave-hearted and honest girl who falls in love with our mighty yet corrupt cop, Simmba.

There are unforgettable dialogues and lot of spine-chilling moments. And there is no need to talk about the action in the movie as it is directed by Singham maker Shetty. While talking about the performance of Ranveer Singh, it won't be wrong to say that he pulled it off better than anyone else.

You will be surprised to see the all-new avatar of Ranveer Singh which is the most cut-out role for his electrifying personality. When it comes to debutant Sara, her looks are utterly beautiful and her performance is compelling.

Although, Simmba is centered on the lead character of Simmba yet Sara as Shagun manages to make impact even with less screen time. From dialogues to Shetty's vision; Simmba is laugh-riot which is loaded with the perfect dosage of drama and action.

As soon as the second half starts, you will already be chewing your teeth as in whether Simmba will turn into a good cop or will continue with his corrupt approach. And what happens next is something you will not expect. Due to an unfortunate loss, our mighty hero, Simmba turns into a good cop and stops working for Sonu Sood aka Ranade.

Also, there is no denying of the fact that the plot of the movie is pretty predictable and we all know how it is going to end. Yet, Shetty has planned lots of surprises for the audience who have watched Jagannadh's hit Telugu movie, Temper.

Sonu Sood in the role of Durva Ranade looks completely dashing as a do-good-only-bad goon of Miramar (Shivgad). And Simmba is on a conquest of destroying him.

Shetty-fans will also be teased with an upcoming movie character, Suryavanshi (Akshay Kumar). As mentioned, there are plenty of surprises for the audience in the movie.

As per our final verdict, Rohit Shetty and KJo's Simmba is a fun-filled ride which must be enjoyed with family and friends. We will like to award 7 out of 10 stars to Ranveer and Sara starrer Simmba. Please share your views in the comment's section below. And stay tuned for more entertainment related updates.

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