Singham Returns (2014) *HQ*

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The honest and the fearless Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) is now the DCP of Mumbai and is once again all set to flush off the local dirt. Mumbai has Guruji (Anupam Kher) as a virtuous political leader who wants to bring a new change in the society and considers black money as the biggest menace to the country. But his moralistic aims are a threat to some dishonest men including ‘dharm-guru’ Swamiji (Amol Gupte) whose men keep threatening Guruji.

When Singham intervenes here, he finds himself into a trap when a police constable from his squad is found dead in a police van stuffed with huge sum of money. Singham is charged of being corrupt but he fights back to prove one and all wrong and paint the blemish on his other wise spotless uniform.

How this determined lion facing new challenges get to prove his honesty and bravery, that’s what Rohit narrates in this power-packed action drama.

Known for escapist entertainers like the GOLMAAL series, ALL THE BEST, BOL BACHCHAN and CHENNAI EXPRESS, Rohit does an about turn with the SINGHAM franchise. Besides, he and screenplay writer Yunus Sajawal add a dash of realism to reinvent the formula, but the focal point remains the same: Entertainment. Expect a deafening applause when Singham stages an entry or when he gets into a war of words with the Swamiji or when he exchanges blows with his bare fists or when the officers march to Swamiji’s office in the climax.

However, there are loopholes you cannot overlook. Much like the first part [SINGHAM], the romantic scenes just don’t cut ice and appear forced in the narrative. In fact, the story stagnates when the songs are incorporated to make the romance factor work. The film could’ve done without songs actually. Also, the action pieces are too lengthy at times and could’ve been crisper. Additionally, the soundtrack, which, despite a couple of reputed names associated with it, doesn’t linger in your memory, including Yo Yo Honey Singh’s ‘Aata Majhi Satakli’.

Sajid-Farhad adorn the sequences with seeti-maar dialogue that are sure to be an instant hit with audiences, especially during the high-voltage dramatic sequences. Dudley’s cinematography is top notch, while the action sequences are raw and gritty.

Although Ajay’s body of work includes several memorable characters and films, the character of Bajirao Singham does optimal justice to his personality, acting skills and star charisma. Expectedly, the actor delivers a towering performance, grabbing your attention the moment he enters the story. He packs a solid punch in a role that seems tailor-made for him, a character that will remain synonymous with his name. You’ve to give it to Kareena for being able to hold her own effectively, despite Ajay being the showstopper. She’s lively and though she goes over the top occasionally, the masses will like her loud character.

There’s tremendous curiosity for Singham’s adversary this time. In fact, it must’ve been a challenge for Rohit to make the opponent as commanding as the one in the previous film [Jaikant Shikre]. Amole Gupte as Swamiji, the antagonist, does a marvelous job. Anupam Kher is extraordinary. He slides into his part most effortlessly. Mahesh Manjrekar is subdued, but effective.

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