Singh Saab The Great (2013) movie review with Total Box Office Collection

By | Dec 7, 2013

Anil Sharma have a long way with Sunny Deol earlier he had movies like Gadar:Ek Prem Katha, [Super Hit] The Hero: Love Story of a Spy and overseas hit starring the three deols for first time in Apne with Sunny Pajji. Now this time “Singh Saab The Great” in which concept is different from other Bollywood movies. Singh Saab The Great has good message as well as high concept.
This movie gives the message i.e change is needed not revenge.Sunny played the role of “Saranjit Talwar” who is simple, honest collector.He doesn’t want to involve in the corruption, lies etc.In his life he has to take decision either his or his values.

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Due to this he losses his wife and Talwar is sent to jail because Bhudev sends him to jail in a fake corruption charge. Now “Saranjit Talwar” wants revenge but at this time he met his friend as jailer who teaches him to forget his revenge.Jonny Lever is in one of his best and provided bunch of laughter.
In the first half of the movie there is an extravagant comedy in which action is more salient than characterization. In the second half there is full of action, dialogues as we seen in Gadar, the way Sunny Deol speak the dialogues and the way he performed action was awesome.

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Amrita Rao as Shikha (Journalist) helped “Saranjit Talwar” to spread message and create awareness among people i.e The problem is not that the peoples does wrong work but the problem is that right people tolerate the wrong thing and does not raises their voices.Over all the movie is good and films contains the Punjabi flavor, so if you belong from Punjab or Punjabi fan then you must watch this movie.

First day collection of Singh Saab The Great was 5.5 Cr and it increased on second and third day to 6 Cr and 7 Cr respectively . After that it was in between 3.5 Cr to 2 Cr for next  fourteen days . Finally its total of 51.5 Cr till  7th Dec 2013.

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