Over the years, Bollywood has experimented with a range of themes, which the viewing public has enthusiastically embraced. However, prior to Rohit Shetty’s cop world, a cop as the protagonist was indeed a comparatively recent subgenre to investigate in Bollywood movies. Until that day, Bollywood films have included prominent protagonists dressed in uniforms; nevertheless, the plot revolved on a social drama rather than a cop subject. However, the situation has changed after Rohit Shetty released Singham, the first police drama featuring Ajay Devgn.
With such a police officer as the main character, clothed in impeccable uniforms and drool-worthy swag, continuing to insist to defeat evil with remarkable catchphrases as well as, of class, high-octane action scenes, the film director must have reached the perfect toggle in his police drama. The concept, narrative, with Rohit Shetty’s much-talked-about dramatic action sequences, provided a visual delight for the audience. We just can’t have enough of the police procedural subject, which began from Ajay Devgn’s Singham in 2011. As Singham celebrates its tenth anniversary, these are some of the reasons why it is that the Rohit Shetty-directed film is still worth watching:
The first super policeman in Bollywood has arrived.
Ajay Devgn, alias Bajirao Singham, was regarded as a law-abiding officer dedicated to upholding the rule of law as well as preserving public order. He was a no-nonsense officer who ought not to be trifled lightly. Singham was Bollywood’s first super policeman, and he’s on a mission to rebuild the public’s trust within the police force.
A flawless remake
The remake of famous South Indian films has become a tradition in Cinema. In reality, numerous remakes of South films were released in 2011, notably Ready, Bodyguard, and others. Surprisingly, Singham also entered the league that went on to become a popular remake that dominated the movie office. Singham was indeed a remake of Suriya’s 2010 Tollywood movie Singam.
Prakash Raj made a memorable villain
Villains have an essential role in every Bollywood film because they’re as significant as the protagonist actor. It was also true for Singham, which journey would be meaningless without Prakash Raj’s Jaykant Shikre. He is not one of those weird, based on the characteristic Bollywood baddies, though. However, given his homicidal wrath and uncontrolled rage, he used to have a paisa vasool bit of comedy in their manner.
Singham was a fascinating watch thanks to the Rohit Shetty influence.
Rohit Shetty is recognised for nailing the finer points of action. And besides, without flying cars, flying men, and raucous action scenes, his films would be meaningless. The adrenaline extravaganza was indeed a delight to watch that the audience enthusiastically embraced.
The crowd was enthralled by the dialogues.
The dhamakedar talks in Singham earned it some bonus points. These films were however cleverly incorporated into the plot that makes the viewer laugh out loud. Who could forget lines such as “Aata Majhi Satakli” as well as “Jisme Hai Dum, Toh Fakta Bajirao Singham?”