Ranveer Singh’s Simmba has finally arrived in the cinemas and as expected, has taken a huge opening across the country. And if you’re still doubtful whether to catch it in the cinemas or not, here are the 10 reasons you should check the film out:-
1. Ranveer Singh
Going by the trailers, it seems Singh is at his homeground. He’s expected to dominate every frame he’s in and steal the show exactly the way he did in this year’s Padmaavat!
2. Rohit Shetty
He was earlier hailed as the Hrishikesh Mukherjee of modern times, today, he’s the brand new Manmohan Desai. Almost every potboiler of his is filled with hardcore action, loads of entertainment and unabashed idiocy done with conviction. He doesn’t warn, he requests you all to leave your brains behind when you come to watch his films.
3. Sara Ali Khan
After a stellar debut with Kedarnath, she’s back with a diametrically opposite milieu and character. Although her screen time is much less than that of the leading man, Khan manages to hold her own throughout the film.
4. Ajay Devgn
He returns as Bajirao Singham! Nothing else needs to be said now.
5. Akshay Kumar
Kumar and Shetty are likely to make a cop drama in 2020, and we get a glimpse of his future possible character in this film, Veer Suryavanshi. Are you ready to roar at his cameo as well?
Good music can never make a film work, but it surely guarantees more people in the cinemas. Aankh Marey has already become a sensation and the other scores are also likely to get more popular after the release.
7. Mass Appeal
It has been a long time since we saw an out-and-out entertainer designed to perk people up and not preach. This is that one film, which promises the audience, particularly the masses, a bang for their bucks. This deserves to be viewed at a single-screen cinema.
8. The Cop Genre
Singham, Rowdy Rathore and Dabangg are all blockbuster cop dramas. And going by the promos, this one is likely to equal them in terms of cult and posterity. This genre, that too in the hands of Shetty, can hardly go wrong.
Okay, so reviews have never bothered Shetty and his team. The more you criticize his films, the more money they make. This time, the reviews have been quite favorable. People who are averse to his brand of cinema may give a chance as well.
10. Remake Of Temper
Remakes are hardly likely to go out of fashion. A majority of the remakes were bigger hits than the original. Will it happen this time around too? It seems so!
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