Box Office India: SIngham Returns First Day (Friday) Collections & Critic Reviews

Box Office India: SIngham Returns First Day (Friday) Collections & Critic Reviews

Ajay Devgn & Kareena Kapoor’s Singham Returns made a record breaking entry at the Box Office India. As per the early trends, Rohit Shetty’s Singham Returns collected 32 Crores plus on its first day(Friday) at Box Office India. The film has done massive business at single screen cinemas as well as at multiplex. Singham Returns is getting the benefit of the fan following of its prequel Singham and Rohit Shetty & Ajay Devgn’s fan followings. Singham was released in 2011 and it was an imminent hit. Singham Returns is getting average ratings from the critics. Let’s see what some of the known critics have to say about Singham Returns:

Taran Adarsh From Bollywood Hungama

SINGHAM RETURNS provides a voice to the common man and you root for the diligent cop as he wages a war against the crooks. On the whole, SINGHAM RETURNS is a complete mass entertainer with power-packed drama, hi-intensity dialogue and towering performances as its aces. The brand value attached to it coupled with a long weekend will help the film reap a harvest and rule the box-office in days to come. A sure-shot WINNER! (Source: Review)

Komal Nahta From Zee ETC Bollywood Business

On the whole, Singham Returns is entertainment to the fullest. It will turn out to be a huge hit. It may not be as memorable a film as Singham but it is, nevertheless, an immensely entertaining film and its business will be far, far more than that of Singham. It will definitely prove to be the highest-grossing film of Ajay Devgan’s career so far. Business in Maharashtra will be simply stupendous! (Source: Review)

Anupama Chopra From Hindustan Times

The weakest link is the tedious romantic angle between Ajay and Kareena Kapoor, who plays his gluttonous girlfriend. Kareena’s beauty is startling, but here she’s not even attempting to act. Despite these soft spots, Ajay keeps the film moving. I was cheering for Singham, but ultimately his solutions are downright dangerous. I don’t want to tell you what happens, but it made me very uneasy. (Source: Review)

 Madhureeta Mukherjee From Times Of India (TOI)

The plot rumbles with action of seismic proportions, shot grandly in signature Shetty style – high-voltage stunts, death-defying combats, men and machines bursting into flames – served bloody, gritty and unadulterated. Shetty’s cracked the pulse of the masses as he brazenly plays to the galleries. While the story itself plays it safe (too basic and predictable), the action is risky and rousing. But overall, it provides entertainment for enthusiasts of ‘Singham’ brand of cinema. (Source: Review)