Simmba marks the return of newly married Ranveer Singh. The movie has been produced by Karan Johar, and directed by ace filmmaker Rohit Shetty. The movie is a remake of 2015 Telugu film Temper. Making a grand entry during the launch event of its trailer, Ranveer showed his irrepressible energy and enthusiasm, and went on to hug his fans.
In Simmba, Ranveer will be seen playing the role of a corrupt cop Sangram Bhalerao, who, thanks to an incident, becomes a crusader of women’s safety in a life altering incident.
Karan Johar took to Instagram to share a picture of Ranveer and Rohit showcasing their bromance and calling it ‘The Dhamaka combo’.
Simmba spends his childhood in Shivgadh from where honest cop Singham (Ajay Devgn) was born and raised. However, unlike Singham’s motto, this Kalyug ka Inspector is no modern-day Robin Hood.
As he makes an appearance in the trailer, Ranveer Singh said:
“Yeh kalyug hai, kalyug. Yahaan log ek hi matlab ke liye jeete hai… apne matlab.”
“Main police wala bana paisa kamane ko… Robin Hood banke doosro ka madat karne ke liye nai.”
But just like any other Rohit Shetty flick, this movie too has its own ups and down. But one thing is sure that Ranveer’s die hard fans will like his bad-cop-turned-good-cop persona.
However, after watching this three minute trailer video, people were left in bewilderment of the movie’s predictable plot. Soon, the trailer gave rise to several jokes and memes. Out of many scenes, a scene where Singh tells Sonu Sood (who plays villain the movie), “Tell me something I don’t know” has now become a viral meme.
Check out these viral memes:
Viewers: Rohit Shetty is just using Singham’s lagecy to promote Simmba.
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In Simmba, director Rohit Shetty will rely on high-flying action sequences and candid close ups. However, it remains to be seen whether he’ll strike the chord with the audience on December 28 or no.