So it turns out for the crazy comedy by Anees Bazmee , the man who directed Welcome and No Entry.Bazmeeâ€™s over-the-top comedies are known to have a blatant disregard for sense, style and subtlety.â€˜Singh Is Kinngâ€™ is no different.With its many contrived twists and turns â€“ and not to forget its outlandish characters â€“ the movie doesnâ€™t ask you to use your brain, nor does it proclaim to have one itself.It is a film that doesnâ€™t take itself seriously and it tries every recipe in the book of entertainment to give you laughs worth your money spent.
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif
Lakhan Singh (Sonu Sood) is the “king” of the Australian underworld, accompanied by his associates (played by Javed Jaffrey,Neha Dhupia, Manoj Pahwa, Yashpal Sharma,Kamal Chopra and Sudhanshu Pande.Far away in a small village in Punjab where Lucky was born there is someone more notorious than him – Happy Singh (Akshay Kumar).The village is fed up of his magnanimity which has resulted in a number of hillariously disastrous situations.
Out of desperation they decide to send him on a long trip to bring the gangster Lucky back to Punjab as his despicable deeds were maligning the community’s image in Australia.Happy takes this mission quite seriously and embarks on his journey accompanied by his friend Rangeela (Om Puri). The high point of his journey is when he meets Sonia (Katrina Kaif) whom he starts loving but upon reaching his destination things take a precarious turn when a series of comic misadventures run him out of any money.
He is fortunate to find warmth and affection in a elderly lady (Kirron Kher) who helps him meet Lucky. In a strange turn of events Lucky is saved from a life threatening attack by Happy risking his own life.Inspite of this, Lucky is paralyzed and Happy becomes the new ‘King’.The series of chaos, shocks and comic misunderstandings that ensue eventually result in redemption and an accidental wedding!