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Singham (2011) (New Action Hindi Film / Ajay Devgn / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD) (2011)

Ajay Devgn , Kajal Aggarwal , Rohit Shetty  |  DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Ajay Devgn, Kajal Aggarwal, Prakash Raj, Ashok Saraf, Sonali Kulkarni
  • Directors: Rohit Shetty
  • Format: NTSC
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Reliance Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 6, 2011
  • Run Time: 144 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,682 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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SINGHAM is a full-on masala film that works big time for varied reasons: The energetic drama, the terrific confrontations, the raw stunts and of course, for the three 'heroes' -- Ajay Devgn, Prakash Raj and director Rohit Shetty. It's a complete package of entertainment for the masses and devoted fans of masala movies.

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In Shivgad, a small village on the border of Maharashtra and Goa, Inspector Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) fighs against injustice, prejudice and corruprtion using his own brand of ethics and justice. When Kavya (Kaajal Aggarwal) comes from Goa to visit her grandparents she is charmed by Bajirao's bold and courageous demeanor. Destiny sets up the honest and deligent police inspector against the tremendously powerful criminal cum politician Jaykant Shirke. Jaykant's manupulations ensure that Singham is promoted and transferred to Goa. Little does Singham know that while this move will bring him closer to Kavya, it will also deliver him into the clutches of Jaykant. Because Goa is the place where Jaykant rules supreme. And Jaykant has vowed to make Singham's life a living nightmare. Alone in enemy territory, Singham must now rise to his toughest challenge - hold on to his principles and destroy the all powerful enemy.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant. December 30, 2011
By Amy M
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Michael Bay does 70s Cop Flick after dropping acid and hiring a dance company. Think about it.

This is not a movie for the serious. This is a movie to put in and watch with popcorn and a beer. And some friends. And the bad guy gets his just desserts, which is rapidly becoming rare in movies, so it's nice to see!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Masala ( Spicy) Popcorn, Anyone? August 15, 2011
Singham is back to basics story telling
Singham reminds you of the Hindi films that were made in the 70's and the 80's, where the story line was pretty straightforward, a honest cop, tries to correct a corrupt system by taking on the baddies and winning. MOst of these films were action films where the heo beat the living daylights of all the baddie singelhandedly. 'Singham' is a remake of the Southern film and stars Ajay Devgan ( son of Veeru Devgan) who teams up with Rohit Shetty as the director, who is also the son of ace film baddie Shetty is a tribute to that era.

The backdrop is Shivgad, a small village on the border of Maharashtra and Goa. The film tells the story of an honest, diligent cop Bajirao Singham [Ajay Devgn], who fights against injustice and prejudice using his own ethics and principles. A sudden strike of destiny sets up Singham against the powerful criminal/politician Jaykant Shikre [Prakash Raj], challenging his morals and beliefs. Jaykant's powerful planning and force makes Singham land up in the ruling city of Jaykant Shikre, where he leaves no stone unturned to make Singham's life a nightmare to live. Ajay Devgan is a honest cop in the small town of Shivgad and is well respected and feared by villagers and criminals. Through the course of his work, he clashes with politician and goon, Jaykant Shikre ( Krishna Raj), who wows revenge. Shikre is unable to extract revenge on Devgan and in order to do that, gets hi transferred to the city of Goa. He makes his life a living hell. How Singham extracts revenge is the rest of the movie.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Singham Roars of FUN September 12, 2011
Rohit Shetty, for those of us who do not know, is the son of "Shetty-Ganja" - the fight director whose "Tiger" was treated like a purring pussy by Amitabh's "Vijay" in many a maar-dhaar masala pot-boiler of the good old days. I suspect his closeness to Ajay Devagan is due to his and Ajay's dad's (Veeru Devagan) professional comaraderie (both were fight directors). Whatever the reason of t...heir bond, they sure make super-hits. Singham is a movie akin to a ride at Disneyland, where after the seat belt is clicked on, one sits back and enjoys, screaming in sheer excitement through most of the experience. Some supercilious audiences may call it a "masala movie" , which term they use derisively. But I go by what Aamir's munna in Rangeela believes. I really do NOT care much about the genre of a movie as long as it is "paisaa-vasool". And this movie is twice my paisa-vasool. Must watch for the ones who like Indian masaaledaar cuisine, with extra masala. And remember - "say no to piracy" (Main bhee Anna)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Movie!! January 12, 2013
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This movie was just great. Honestly when you look at the title and the plot don't expect some genius movie with great actors and an amazing plot. If you're expecting that you will be disappointed. The movie is just a great hang out night movie to laugh and enjoy. The fight scenes will not fail to make you laugh.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite October 31, 2012
By Randy
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I love this movie , it is so much fun. You just have to understand what genre you are watching and just wait for the awesomeness!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars SINGHAM----great entertainer. May 10, 2012
By vent
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THE VERY HANDSOME AJAY DEVGAN is in his groove. He's playing the part of local lawman who believes in his family and community . If a problem arises he tries to solve it with his brains and understanding of his fellow man. Whoa unto those who choose violence against his fellow citizens or try to go around the law , they will be punished summarily. Appropriate for all able to understand the dialogue. As young as 8 and up I would think.

When a major crime syndicate boss from Goa is told to sign in Singham's town for his continuing parole/bail , he sends someone else.... and a bribe. They are literally thrown out the door and the money back in their face. When the Don himself returns and tries to make trouble for Singham, his whole town takes to machete's ,clubs, scimitars, and kitchen knives to make him feel their rage. The mob boss plots his revenge. First things first a forced transfer to Goa.

Singham is now in the same town as his new lady love so that's good. The bad side is he is being harassed daily by the vengance seeking Mob boss and his goons. His lady love tells him to go after them like he did before but he lacks backup . He slowly gains the respect and support of his fellow officers and they finally understand what it is to be part of the real brotherhood of police officers. They start to clean up the cesspool of a town instead of contributing to the problem. They also prove the innocence of the officer that was left no choice but death. They finally back him when it was too late for him . It's not too late for that officers little son and widow to have some justice served and his name cleared.
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