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I loved the first movie, but in this one we've lost the hometown hero feel of the original. The musical number at the end focuses on "now I've lost it!" as if that was the reason why we all loved Singham to begin with. It wasn't *just* about what happens when he lost it, but the reasons and everything leading up to it. It's fun, but I feel like the highlight is misplaced. Plus, it seems like every time someone's phone rings there is a whoosh to realize it, a whoosh to pull it out, a whoosh to answer it and a whoosh to put it up to their ear.
Also, this one isn't funny at all. Original Singham had moments where the slow-motion caused the audience to cheer like "OH HERE IT COMES!!!" and you brace yourself. This one has fewer moments like that. Not one single belt-whipping! What?! No more Belt Cop?!
Regardless of what I think, it's essential viewing for Singham fans. I've watched it twice and it was better the second time around. Side note: this character should be in the Expendables.
Anyway, I came across the original singham film on Netflix , watched and bought my own copy and absolutely love it. When i heard about the sequel, I was curious.
Then I actually watched it. While it's great seeing Singham in action again,and the villains are interesting in their charlantanism, but the profound lack of continuity between this film abd the original film is problematic.
The actress that played the love interest from the First film doesn't come back, and as far as the sequel is concerned she may as well never have even exisyed, which is an insult to the well constructed love story that occurs between them, including the awesome musical numbers shared between them.
This film brings in a new love interest , who is played quite well by Bollywood icon kareena Kapoor. And While the chemistry between her and Singham is good, its not as charming as the chemistry shared between Singham and Kavvy from the First film.
In addition, the musical numbers don't contain the same level of sweeping romance as the First film, the comedy isn't as charming and genuinely funny as the First film and feel far more typical and sitcom like.
And while the action is typically over-the-top, this time it feels more over-the-top by hollywood standards. In the First film, Singham rarely if ever used a gun and preferred to fight with his fists, his wits, and his belt, but here he whips out his gun far too often.
I'll definitely check out other films made by these actors, but Singham Returns is definitely not one I'm anxious to watch again... ever.
GO GET EM SINGHAM! YEAAAAAH!