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Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan's Simmba

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After the powerful performance of Alauddin Khilji in " Padmaavat " at the beginning of 2018, actor Ranveer Singh will finish the year with another performance in Rohit Shetty's Simmba which will open today in cinemas. Simmba is a spin-off of (kind of) Rohit Shetty's popular Singham series with Ajay Devgn. In Simmba Ranveer Singh plays the role of a corrupt policeman. According to the trailer of the film, Ranveer Singh's character ACP Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba from Shivgarh (Singham's hometown) is corrupt and has only one goal – to fill his own pockets. Simmba is very clear that he became a policeman to help himself and not others (the opposite of Singham).

He closes all the acts committed by the local Goon Vikrant Kadam (Sonu Sood) and his men for a fixed price and he is absolutely uncomfortable. Despite its characteristics, which are not reminiscent of Robinia, Simmba is loved by the people of Shivgarh for unknown reasons. He receives a blockbuster entry in songs such as Aala Re Aala and Mera Wala Dance .

But Simmba's bubble bursts after an unusual incident and he changes his modus operandi. He is now a good cop who wants to punish the criminals. But it will not be easy, because the crooks who once were his allies will not take Simmba's transformation easily.

Look at what happens when Simmba transforms:

For those who just loved and hoped Sara Ali Khan in her debut film Kedarnath to see it soon in a new movie, Simmba will be a treat. Sara Ali Khan was cast in the trailer against Ranveer Singh and as Kedarnath and here she has a fantastic screen presence. Ajay Devgn also makes a cameo in Simmba as Singham, when our title character needs him most.

If you're not interested in watching the comfort of your home movie, join Netflix's latest Web series Selection Day produced by Anil Kapoor. The show features Rajesh Tailang, Mahesh Manjrekar and Ratna Pathak Shah in key roles. The series depicts the life of two brothers raised by their cricked father.

Do you watch today Simmba or Selection Day today?

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