Singham Returns

Released Date : Aug 15, 2014

Directed by : Rohit Shetty

Box Office : 217 Crores

Genre : Action, Crime, Drama

The Ajay Devgn and Kareena Kapoor starrer Singham Returns is an Indian Action film. Bajirao Singham(Ajay Devgn) tries to expose an exploited man who is in an authoritative and politically important position, Babaji (Amole Gupte). He escapes but just like the first instalment of the series he conspires against the antagonist and enacts on an unexpected clever plan. The villains fall into the trap and finally end up dying as sometimes allowing such people to live is your contribution to the bad and wrong in the society.

Director- Rohit Shetty
Producer- Ajay Devgn and Rohit Shetty
Music- T-series
Runtime- 145 minutes
Budget- 95 crore



Production Company

Ajay Devgn Films, Rohit Shetty Productions

Release Date

August 15,2014

Shooting Location



Action, Crime, Drama




  95 crore


Rohit Shetty

Distributed by

Reliance Entertainment

story by

Rohit Shetty




Yunus Sajawal

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Site: Indian Express     Review By- Shubhra Gupta

The sequel to ‘Singham’ is chock-full of the usual car-on-jeep action. Explosions go off at regular intervals. Shoot-outs—one really well-shot– occur frequently. Like last time, invincible cop Bajirao Singham cracks a carbine single-handedly when the going gets tough. It’s all there, including the strictly kindergarten level plotting. Source : Visit site for more

Site: NDTV     Review By- Saibal Chaterjee

In Singham Returns, the unstoppable protagonist is once again fighting for freedom from the tyranny of the system. Singham Returns has a fair sprinkling of angry wisecracks that might draw spontaneous whistles and loud claps from those that love violent fights to the finish. One can only hope that this is indeed the end, and another sequel isn’t lurking in the future. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Rediff     Review By- Sukanya Verma

Even if unabashedly playing to the gallery and formulaic to its core, Singham Returns offers quite a bit to whistle about with its steady supply of straightforward action and a hot-headed hero who delivers a punch with a fist and a line. Though marginally better, Singham Returns is plagued by the same problem as the first one. It slows down in the middle to accommodate an obligatory romance with Kareena. Is that good enough? Wrong question. Is it entertaining enough? Er, yeah. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Hindustan Times     Review By- Anupama Chopra

The weakest link is the tedious romantic angle between Ajay and Kareena Kapoor, who plays his gluttonous girlfriend. Kareena’s beauty is startling, but here she’s not even attempting to act. Despite these soft spots, Ajay keeps the film moving. I was cheering for Singham, but ultimately his solutions are downright dangerous. I don’t want to tell you what happens, but it made me very uneasy. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Times of India     Review By- Madhureeta Mukherjee

The plot rumbles with action of seismic proportions, shot grandly in signature Shetty style - high-voltage stunts, death-defying combats, men and machines bursting into flames - served bloody, gritty and unadulterated. Shetty`s cracked the pulse of the masses as he brazenly plays to the galleries. While the story itself plays it safe (too basic and predictable), the action is risky and rousing. But overall, it provides entertainment for enthusiasts of `Singham` brand of cinema. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Bollywood Hungama     Review By- Taran Adarsh

SINGHAM RETURNS provides a voice to the common man and you root for the diligent cop as he wages a war against the crooks. On the whole, SINGHAM RETURNS is a complete mass entertainer with power-packed drama, hi-intensity dialogue and towering performances as its aces. The brand value attached to it coupled with a long weekend will help the film reap a harvest and rule the box-office in days to come. A sure-shot WINNER! Source : Visit site for more

Site: CNN IBN (IBNLive)     Review By- Rajeev Masand

What I especially enjoyed in Singham Returns were its stray moments of clever, unexpected humor. Twice our hero takes it on the chin when his girlfriend, and an officer in his team, makes a joke about his age. In another scene, when Gupte’s dhongi Baba rattles off lines from the Bhagwad Gita to him, Singham quotes from the Indian Penal Code in response. At 2 hours and 22 minutes, Singham Returns feels long and occasionally plodding. There are some nice scenes that inspire police pride, but the predictable story tires you out eventually. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five. Source : Visit site for more

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Schedule   Collection Amount (in crores)  
Opening day 32.09
End of opening week 77.69
End of week 1 112.04
End of week 2 14.5
End of week 3 4.05
Lifetime 217