Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan’s action drama ‘Simmba’ helmed by Rohit Shetty is out for the audience to watch and express their views. Since it is Rohit Shetty’s movie, we can expect all the masala that he is popularly known for. In ‘Simmba’ also he induced his signature style. With ‘Simmba’, Ranveer is expected to get a new title.

‘Simmba’ is a cop film starring Sonu Sood, Ashutosh Rana, Siddhartha Jadhav along with Sara Ali Khan and Ranveer Singh. Sara plays the love interest of Ranveer. ‘Simmba’ in the third installment of the blockbuster ‘Singham’ franchise which starred Ajay Devgn.

‘Simmba’ starts with slow pace but gradually it gained momentum and grip the interest of the audience.

The cop drama is set at the backdrop of local gunda, Goa setting, drug mafia, rapist, corrupt cop.

Speaking about the plot, it is a seen before script but with a masala twist.

Ranveer Singh plays Sangram Bhalerao, who is born in Shivgadh - the same home town where Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) was born. Unlike Bajirao Singham, Sangram Bhalerao uses the power of police to earn money by any policies and win over the riches.

The crooked, calculating Simmba gets transferred to Goa (Miramaar) and he starts following the local goon Durva Ranade (Sonu Sood). Simmba continues to be raw and corrupt until one incident takes place and it totally changed Simmba’s perception towards life. He becomes a man of great virtue when a heinous crime like rape took place. He turns messiah for the women. In the centre of his duty, Simmba finds love in Sara.

The dialogue by Yunus Sajawal and Sajid Samji are catchy. Jomon T John's cinematography is enchanting and Bunty Nagi editing is applauding. The action cannot be rated top-grade.

Speaking about another important arena of filmmaking i.e music, 'Aankh Marey' sung by Mika Singh, Neha Kakkar, Kumar Sanu recreated by Tanishk Bagchi hit the chartbuster. 'Aala Re Aala' by Tanishk Bagchi sung by Dev Negi, and Goldie is also widely played. These two songs have become a winner.

Speaking about the performances, Ranveer Singh showed immense energy. He was superb. As always, he went into the skin of the character. He excels in Marathi dialect and accent.

Sonu Sood enacts the role of a villain superbly well. Ashutosh Rana, Siddharth Jadhav are top-notch. Ashwini Kalsekar and Ganesh Yadav excels.  Ashok Samarth, Saurabh Gokhale, Sarita Joshi is fine.

Last but the least, Sara played her small role well. Hope, she could have gotten more screen space.

In the nutshell, ‘Simmba’ is an out and out entertaining and engaging content. It’s a total paisa wasool.