Simmba Trailer review: Quite Similar to Telugu version with lot of Rohit additions.

Simmba Trailer review: Quite Similar to Telugu version with lot of Rohit additions.

The trailer for Rohit Shetty's Simmba starring Ranveer Singh has released and it seems as if the makers of the film had the intention of saving the precious time and money of moviegoers. Because a quick 3 minute viewing of the trailer reveals the entire plot of the movie, including all its twists, turns, witty dialogue and celebrity cameos.
 
The movie is remake of Telugu flick, Temper. It’s quite similar to the Telugu version, with a lot of Rohit Shetty additions. Be it, flying cars and extravagant song scenes.
 
The trailer starts off with an ill-tempered little boy who grows up to be a cop played by Ranveer Singh, who uses the system to make every ounce of money possible. His abuse of power is matched only by Rohit Shetty's staple list of flying objects from cars to baddies to furniture being used as projectiles. The film's antagonist played by Sonu Sood seems to be hand in hand with Simmba until plot twist, a girl lying on a hospital bed clutching Simmba's hand sets him on the path of righteousness. The girl, a rape victim, leads Simmba to confront Sonu Sood while a slew of supporting characters voice their disgust against the rapists, highlighted by a constable who says that nothing would change unless the cops start cracking down on rapists. Let's not forget Sara Ali Khan who looks like she's in this movie just to play the token girlfriend.
 
Simmba is joined by Singham towards the end of the trailer, who gets out of his serving SUV in his signature style (although Bruce Willis did it first is RED).
 
Rohit Shetty has recycled his usual antics from his previous films. The fact that Ajay Devgn shows up makes it look all the more like a sequel to Singham rather than a new movie. Fans might actually be more than happy just catching this trailer rather than sit through the full film.
 



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