Simmba has made its way to large box office opening. Simmba, starring Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan, seems to be a big Bollywood release with Rohit Shetty’s masala.
Simmba is an additional flamboyant addition to director Rohit Shetty’s universe. The muscle power, the slow-motion entry and walk scenes, colors and over the top action but they all astoundingly work. The movie has opened with grand appreciation and mass count which will ideally ease all the ‘masala’ work, especially in 2018 where audiences have preferred content-backed films rather than falling for lures of superstardom or big-budget films.
Simmba is the remake of the Telugu film Temper. The film takes us into the world of Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba, a fan of Singham, played by Ranveer Singh. He is a delightful yet an unethical cop. He wins over his colleagues and the local goon Durva Ranade played by Sonu Sood and in the process also wins the heart of Sara Ali Khan.
Simmba runs into trouble with Ranade as the two cross paths over a rape incident involving Simmba’s sworn sister and Ranade’s brothers. It marks coming of age for Simmba and triggers a reversal where he repents his deeds and goes on a path of reclamation through revenge.
The movie has a top-notch storyline with Bollywood masala and life.