The illegal sites have released Simmba full movie 2018 for watch & download links with 720p HD quality, Simmba is a 2018 Hindi Action movie, directed Rohit Shetty. Stars Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonu Sood, Ashutosh Rana, Siddhartha Jadhav, Vaidehi Parshurami, Ulka Gupta, Suchita Bandekar and Sulbha Arya. written by Yunus Sajawal and Farhad Samji, produced by Rohit Shetty, Hiroo Yash Johar and Karan Johar, Music by Lijo George – DJ Chetasand, Chandan Saxena S. Thaman and Tanishk Bagchi, Production company Shetty Picturez and Reliance Entertainment and Dharma Productions. Film Distributed by Reliance Entertainment, Budget 80 crore, Running time 159 minutes, Language Hindi, Country India and Release date 27 December 2018.
An angry cop who intentionally chooses this profession to earn money. Because of some instances in his past, the cop “Ranveer Singh” becomes a thief in the appearance of a cop. The story does not stay the same until he finds a girl and falls in her love. One fine day Ranveer meets a girl who makes him feel like a brother. They both carry Brother and Sister relationship. After a few days, he finds out his sister is missing and files a complaint in the Police station. Later on, he gets to know that she was abused physically and tortured badly by 3 brothers of his partner in crime. To begin with, the film starts with an introduction to Simmba as an orphan in Shivgad. Soon, a chain of events follows and a man predicts, “He’s a little cracker who’ll spark a big explosion one day.” The little one grows up to become a cop who believes in doing ‘beimaani with full imaandaari’.
When Simmba gets transfered to Miramar Police Station, he comes across Shagun (Sara Ali Khan) and instantly falls in love with her. As expected, cupid’s arrow strikes Shagun as well and the two oscillate between ‘Aankh Maare’ and some Swiss romance. On the work front, Simmba finds a perfect foil in Ashutosh Rana who disagrees with his principles and corrupt practices. Until one ‘unfortunate’ day, tragedy strikes closer home and leaves him with a guilty conscience. Determined to serve justice to the wronged, Simmba embarks on a life-changing journey that’s replete with ‘kicks’ and ‘punches’.
Ranveer Singh, plays the protagonist in the film who is an orphan, raised in the city of Shivgarh. This is the same city where his predecessor Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn) was born and raised. Like Singham, Simmba also becomes a police officer but not as honest as Bajirao Singham.
Contrary to Singham’s philosophy, Simmba enjoys his life as a corrupt cop and makes the most of his unethical and immoral lifestyle. Things change when an unexpected event occurs in his life that brings about a massive transition in Simmba’s character; who now vows to walk the path of moral righteousness and redeem his life.
Singh has been in an upbeat mood right since the time he’d signed the film. Rohit Shetty, the film’s director is known for making action packed entertainment blockbusters and has to his credit The Golmaal and Singham franchise, the Shahrukh Khan starrers “Dilwale’ and “Chennai Express.”
All these films have been replete with high octane action, comedy and vibrant music. As per media reports the film’s teaser has already been loved by people. The film is also making news because it marks the second film of Sara Ali Khan, actor Saif Ali Khan’s daughter who made her debut with “Kedarnath.” The new starkid on the block has been talking about her experience while making “Simmba.”
In one of her many interviews, Sara has expressed her gratitude towards director Rohit Shetty for casting her in his film without even watching her performance in ‘Kedarnath’. She said she would always be grateful to Shetty for taking her on board at a time when no one in the industry was keen on casting her as the lead.
According to Times of India, the film’s quirky trailer has caught the attention of audiences and one just can’t wait to watch the film. Ever since the trailer was released by the makers, fans just couldn’t stop gushing over Ajay Devgn’s appearance in this film as well. Singh said in an interview that when Shetty confided in him about Devgn’s cameo in the film, even he got a bit surprised but it seems that the plan worked out and the audience is loving it. Singh further added that he himself liked Devgn’s part so much so that he has watched his portions of the film more than half a dozen times.
Ranveer Singh as ACP Sangram “Simmba” Bhalerao
Sara Ali Khan as Shagun Sathe
Sonu Sood as Durva Yashwant Ranade
Ashutosh Rana as Head Constable Nityanand Mohile
Siddhartha Jadhav as Santosh Tawade
Vaidehi Parshurami as Aakruti Dave
Ulka Gupta as Nandini Mohile
Suchita Bandekar as Mrs. Mohile
Sulbha Arya as Mrs. Iyer
Ashwini Kalsekar as Judge Smita Parulkar
Neha Mahajan as Kavya,Aakruti’s friend
Nandu Madhav as Aakruti’s father
Shri Swara Dubey as Varsha Ranade, Durva’s wife
Sarita Joshi as Bharti Ranade, Durva’s mother
Saurabh Gokhale as Gaurav Ranade, Durva’s brother
Amrit Singh as Sadashiv Ranade,Durva’s brother
Vijay Patkar as Alok Borkar
Ashok Samartha as Lawyer Joshi
Ganesh Yadav as Lawyer Savalkar
Arun Nalawade as Vaman Rao
Uday Tikekar as Home Minister Vinayak Dutta
Vipin Sharma as Corporator David Cameron
Sahil Joshi as Chotu
Ravjeet Singh as Dheeraj, Shagun’s friend
Ronjini Chakraborty, as Shagun’s friend, works at the catering service
Anil Mange as Purab,as Goon
Sneha James as Inspector Gauri
Aarti Kulkarni as Good Food Lady
1. Aankh Marey Shabbir Ahmed Tanishk Bagchi Mika Singh, Neha Kakkar, Kumar Sanu 03:33 Here
2. Tere Bin Rashmi Virag Tanishk Bagchi Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Asees Kaur, Tanishk Bagchi 03:51 Here
3. Aala Re Aala Shabbir Ahmed Tanishk Bagchi Dev Negi, Goldie 03:20 Here
4. Mera Wala Dance Kumaar, Kunaal Verma Lijo George-DJ Chetas Neha Kakkar, Nakash Aziz 03:20 Here
5. Bandeya Re Bandeya Rashmi Virag Tanishk Bagchi Arijit Singh, Asees Kaur 04:15 Here
6. Simmba Theme 01 Tanishk Bagchi Tanishk Bagchi 02:06 Here
7. Simmba Theme 02 S.Thaman S. Thaman 02:40 Here
To begin with, the film starts with an introduction to Simmba as an orphan in Shivgad. Soon, a chain of events follows and a man predicts, “He’s a little cracker who’ll spark a big explosion one day.” The little one grows up to become a cop who believes in doing ‘beimaani with full imaandaari’. When Simmba gets transfered to Miramar Police Station, he comes across Shagun (Sara Ali Khan) and instantly falls in love with her. As expected, cupid’s arrow strikes Shagun as well and the two oscillate between ‘Aankh Maare’ and some Swiss romance. On the work front, Simmba finds a perfect foil in Ashutosh Rana who disagrees with his principles and corrupt practices. Until one ‘unfortunate’ day, tragedy strikes closer home and leaves him with a guilty conscience. Determined to serve justice to the wronged, Simmba embarks on a life-changing journey that’s replete with ‘kicks’ and ‘punches’.
It’s out there- clear and in bold! Nobody understands the pulse of masses as better as Rohit Shetty. It’s evident that the filmmaker is highly inspired by Manmohan Desai whose crowd-pleasing films in 70s and 80s shattered box office records. With Simmba, Rohit Shetty makes the tried-and-tested formula more appealing with the right amount of masala, ‘kadak’ dialogues and a charismatic Ranveer Singh in a larger-than-life cinema.
On the flip side, the film dips a little post the interval and few sequences look dragging. But Rohit saves the best for the last by bringing in his other favourite- Ajay Devgn as Singham and slipping in the announcement of his next big project with a superstar. Speaking about the performances, it’s Ranveer Singh whose roar is the loudest. After unleashing madness and terror on celluloid as Alauddin Khilji in the January release ‘Padmaavat’, the actor ends the year with a bang with his whistleworthy performance as he effectively slips into the khaki for Simmba. Right from his myriad expressions, moustache-twirling, impeccable comic timing, ‘dishoom-dishoom’ skills to burning the dance floor, the actor is a ‘total dhamaka’ who sparkles and how! Proof? Check out the scene where he dances unabashedly before busting a rave party.
His leading lady Sara Ali Khan looks charming but a little more depth to her character would have added more to the fun. Nevertheless, she’s a delight to watch. Sonu Sood’s Durva Ranade brought me back fond memories of Dabangg’s Cheedi Singh. As the main anatgonist in the film, the actor pulled off a commendable act. Ashutosh Rana puts up a good show and his camaraderie with Ranveer Singh is affable. My favourite scene featuring the two is the one where a drunk Simmba sings, ‘Mohile, Mohile…tere bina main kaise piyu.’ Siddharth Jadhav too lends an effective support.
Rohit Shetty’s world of cinema is always bright and full of colors and Simmba is no exception; courtesy Jomon.T. John’s lens. The film could have been snipped shorter by few minutes to make it more crispier. Coming to the music, Aankh Maare leaves your feet tapping with some nostalgia bytes with Arshad Warsi’s appearance in the song. Tere Bin gives you plenty of romantic feels. Each time you hear, ‘Aala re aala Simmba aala’ playing, your heart thumps in excitement with Ranveer’s dashing gait. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that he is the coolest addition to Rohit Shetty’s cinematic universe of men in khaki.