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Ranveer Singh’s sing-song voice – or some may call it a conscious style choice – can go a long way in making terrible films tolerable, or for minutes here and there, even enjoyable. He plays Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba, the corrupt police officer with a flashback right out of the 70s films in Rohit Shetty’s eponymous film. Its mythological potency is questionable at best but Shetty films it almost in monochrome when a young Simmba is selling tickets in black for Andaz Apna Apna. We can imagine a young Ranveer Singh, the kitsch magnet, channelling all his enthusiasm into that dream job. And then the colours burst forth and it makes us wonder if this is a film from the Mumbai industry or from Ramoji Film City. It is of course loosely based on the Telugu film Temper, but Singh manages to hand-paint authenticity in a way only Vikram did back in Saamy. Saamy too had a way with words and bribes.
Ranveer Singh in Simmba speaks in verse with an obsessive compulsion to rhyme. Shetty and Singh (screenplay by Sajid Samji, Yunus Sajawal, dialogues by Farhad Samji) are just as obsessed with this quality in Simmba that even when he is hit by a life altering tragedy, they don’t take it away from him. Even the hurt, distraught Simmba lays out his syllables as if he was in some spoken word competition. Thanks to the setting of the film – the border of Goa and Maharashtra – Simmba even slips into Marathi but Singh sells the part at all times in all slangs. Half the lines work only because they are coming from Singh and a one about ice, water, alcohol and the moon brought the house down.
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