Singh Is Bliing takes an elaborate start. At first we get an introduction into the silliest character of all, Raftaar Singh (Akshay Kumar) who is a good-for-nothing soul in Punjab. While the director needs an entire song to show this trait of his, we are quite clear that Raftaar is basically a non-working, mama’s boy who has an overbearing father.
Fed up with his careless nature, Raftaar’s father, asks him to take up a job and learn what it is to take responsibility. An extremely silly Raftaar gets a job as a zoo security personnel and due to his stupidity, he lets an African lioness lose. Thus getting kicked off from his job, Raftaar’s father strikes him a deal to either move to Goa and work under his best friend or get married to an oversized girl from their village. Hearing this, Raftaar moves to Goa, only to bump into the love of his life, Saara (Amy Jackson) who has moved from Romania. Raftaar’s duty is to protect her and in the meanwhile, he falls in love with her.
Saara is fleeing from Mark (Kay Kay Menon) who is on the run to kill her. After she flees to Goa, she is given protection by Raftaar and his mates. A village-bred Raftaar has no knowledge of English and hence he hires a translator, Emily (Lara Dutta) to communicate with Saara.
In this whole mess, will Saara also fall for Raftaar who doesn’t even speak English is what the film is essentially about.
Prabhu Dheva’s last film at the box-office was ACTION JACKSON, which did not fare well at the box-office. With SINGH IS BLIING however, he seems to have hit the right chord. Prabhu has packaged everything that is needed in a slapstick comedy aimed at the masses. Be it the funny one liners, religious sentiments, emotions, action etc, SINGH IS BLIING has it all. While the first half of the film is hilarious to the core loaded with pranks and funny episodes, the film’s second half, though slow, is high on emotions and drama. Though the film has a weak storyline which gets clearer only in the second half, it’s the funny antics of Akshay Kumar and his side-kicks that keep you rolling in your seat with laughter.
Akshay Kumar steals the show from the first frame as he gets into the skin of his character perfectly well. One can’t image any other actor playing the role of Raftaar Singh with Akshay’s style and outstanding comic timing. Walking shoulder to shoulder with him, is the surprise package (read ‘revelation’) of the film: Amy Jackson. Even though she hardly has any Hindi dialogue in the film, she manages to play the Bollywood lead actress with full conviction. Amy has a number of action scenes in the film, in which she excels and how. Her swift action moves while beating the bad guys are very impressive. Lara Dutta, who features mainly in the first half, surprises with her very strong comic timing. Kay Kay Menon is decent as an evil but funny villain. Anil Mange and Arfi Lamba are hilarious as Akshay’s side-kicks.
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