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All Critics (10)
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| Fresh (3)
| Rotten (7)
Unlike the somewhat enjoyable original, which was an over the top retro kitsch throwback to '80s Bollywood, this follow up has arty pretensions.
At one point when you think the film is over, it drags on for another 20 minutes.
Rohit Shetty's action flim is fairly decent despite a predictable story.
The rest of the film is a drag.
Potent but problematic.
[Shetty] has an eye for intricate design. He pays attention to crafting scenes and characters. Couple that with Ajay Devgn's unfailing intensity and you have the tour de force Singham Returns.
Amol Gupte is perfectly cast, leaving an impact with a superb, killer performance.
Sadly, the issue-based plot is not executed well.
I get the whole loud kitschy 80s-tribute vibe, but there is a thin line between imitation and impersonation.
In the first film, Singham could not care less about powerful people, but in this one he does not seem to care about the law anymore.
Amole Gupte is a distraction. Kareena's character is too cheesy. Barring that, all is well here. Of course, it leaves one (i.e. me) with that "could have been better" feeling.
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