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Singham Returns is a 2014 Indian action film directed by Rohit Shetty and produced by Ajay Devgn FFilms.[1] A sequel to the 2011 film Singham, actor Ajay Devgan reprises his role from the previous film, as well as co-producing the project, while Kareena Kapoor Khan plays the female lead thus replacing Kajal Aggarwal.[5] The film was also simultaneously made in Marathi. The film was released worldwide on 15 August 2014.[6] The movie is loosely based on the 1993 Malayalam movie Ekalavyan.[7]

Singham Returns
Singham Returns Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rohit Shetty
Produced by
Written by Sajid-Farhad
Screenplay by Yunus Sajawal
Story by Rohit Shetty
Music by
Cinematography Dudley
Edited by Steven Bernard
Distributed by Reliance Entertainment
Release date
  • 15 August 2014 (2014-08-15)
Running time
145 minutes[1]
Country India
Language Hindi
Budget 95 crore [3]
Box office 216 crore [4]



Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgan) gets transferred to Mumbai and he discovers that one of his team members (Mahesh) is found dead inside an ambulance with massive bags of money. Bajirao decides to unearth the truth behind it and in this process, he collides with a powerful and fraudulent religious leader, Satyaraj Chandar a.k.a. Babaji (Amole Gupte), who has high-profile connections with corrupt politicians.

During this period, Guruji (Anupam Kher), is killed by Babaji, even though Singham was present at the scene. He vows revenge. Because of this, he has to pretend that he has resigned in front of his family. Due to this his father asks him and his childhood friend, Avni (Kareena Kapoor Khan), to come to their home town, Shivgarh. After some comic scenes, Singham and Avni, fall in love with each other. However, it is then revealed that Singham hasn't resigned and came to Shivgargh on a mission to get some evidences against Babaji.

When they get back to Mumbai, Babaji starts threatening Singham's family. He also harms all of Guruji's candidates, including Avni, because her brother is one of the candidates. Singham manages to save everyone but before they resign, one of Babaji's henchmen, Altaf (Pankaj Tripathi), wakes up from coma and testifies against him. Singham arrests Babaji and his left hand, Prakash Rao. However, some party workers execute an attack outside the court, killing the witnesses. This causes Babaji and Prakash Rao to receive bail. But after Babaji gets released, Singham goes to his house without wearing his police uniform and shoots at their buttocks to coerce them and the wounded Prakash Rao and Baba tell the truth.

A few weeks later, Guruji's party wins the elections. While being transported to jail, Prakash Rao and Baba once again threaten Singham. Suddenly, the van in which Prakash Rao and Baba are being transported in suddenly stops and the driver walks away. A water tanker crashes into the van and both of them are killed. Inspector Phadnis (Vineet Sharma) tells media that there was a brake failure, and the incident is deemed an accident.




Director Rohit Shetty announced his thoughts on making a sequel to one of his finest movies Singham (2011). After filming Chennai Express with Shahrukh Khan, Shetty reportedly has begun filming for Singham 2 with the lead star Ajay Devgn.[8] Filming was expected to go on floors by December 2013 after Shetty's last directorial venture, Chennai Express (2013) released with Shetty starting the work of Singham 2's pre-production along with that of his another film which incidentally is a sequel too, Golmaal 4.[9][10] However Ajay Devgn the lead of the film canned 20 days of photography for his another film Action Jackson, directed by Prabhudeva and start another leg of the shoot from 10 November 2013.[11] After several delays owing to Devgn's shooting his other film Action Jackson concurrently the principal photography for a 15-day schedule of the film started from 15 May 2014 in Goa.[12] The shoot was held in few places like streets of Siolim, a village located at a distance of about 25 Kilometres from Panaji.[12] The ones which were held in Panaji were mostly indoor ones.[12]


Singham Returns
Soundtrack album by Jeet Gannguli, Meet Bros Anjjan, Ankit Tiwari & Yo Yo Honey Singh
Released 5 August 2014 (2014-08-05)
Genre Feature Film Soundtrack
Length 20:39
Label T-Series
Jeet Gannguli chronology
Singham Returns
Meet Bros Anjjan chronology
(2014) Kick2014
Singham Returns
(2014) Singham Returns2014
Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene
(2014) Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene2014
Ankit Tiwari chronology
Ek Villain
(2014) Ek Villain2014
Singham Returns
(2014) Singham Returns2014
(2014) PK2014
Yo Yo Honey Singh chronology
(2014) Kick2014
Singham Returns
(2014) Singham Returns2014
The Shaukeens
(2014) The Shaukeens2014
Singles from Singham Returns
  1. "Kuch Toh Hua Hai"
    Released: 25 July 2014[13]
  2. "Aata Majhi Satakli"
    Released: 1 August 2014[14]

The soundtrack for the film was composed by Jeet Gannguli, Meet Bros Anjjan, Ankit Tiwari and Yo Yo Honey Singh. All the composers composed one song each. The soundtrack album contains four songs and one remix.

The first single track "Kuch Toh Hua Hai" sung by Ankit Tiwari and Tulsi Kumar was released on 25 July 2014.

Another single "Aata Majhi Satakli" sung and composed by Yo Yo Honey Singh was released on 1 August 2014.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Lyrics Music Singer(s) Length
1. "Sun Le Zara" Sandeep Nath Jeet Gannguli Arijit Singh 04:51
2. "Singham Returns Theme" Shabbir Ahmed Meet Bros Anjjan Meet Bros Anjjan, Mika Singh 04:38
3. "Kuch Toh Hua Hai" Sandeep Nath, Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay Ankit Tiwari Ankit Tiwari, Tulsi Kumar 05:07
4. "Singham Returns Remix (MBA Swag)" Shabbir Ahmed Meet Bros Anjjan Meet Bros Anjjan, Mika Singh 02:49
5. "Aata Majhi Satakli" Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh, Mamta Sharma, Nitu Choudhry 03:14
Total length: 20:39


Prior to its release on the eve of Independence Day on 15 August, a right-wing Hindu organisation, HJS wrote to the CBFC asking that the film be banned on grounds of depiction of Hindu saints in a bad light thereby hurting the religious sentiments.[15] Shetty denied the allegation stating that he has never made anything controversial in his career.[16]

Singham Returns received mixed reviews from Indian critics.[17] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave it 4 stars and said "The film 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."[18] Rohit Khilnani of India Today gave 3 stars and said "Singham Returns is strictly for fans".[19] Shweta Kaushal of Hindustan Times gave two stars and said "Watch Singham Returns for the action, not comedy".[20] Mohar Basu of Koimoi gave 2.5 stars and said "Ajay Devgan and the thrills his punches manage to evoke but the wafer thin plotline, hammy acting, predictable narrative and the lack of fun and excitement that drives a Rohit Shetty film".[21] Shubra Gupta of the Indian Express gave 1.5 stars and said "The sequel to 'Singham' is chock full of the usual car on jeep action. Explosions go off at regular intervals. Shootouts – one really well shot – occur frequently."[22] Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave 2.5 stars and said "The predictable story tires you out eventually".[23]

Box officeEdit

Singham Returns nett. Collection over 32.09 crore (US$5.0 million) on the first day of its release in India. Domestic nett of Singham Returns are 140.62 crore (US$22 million).[24] The film earned a final worldwide gross collection of 215.57 crore (US$34 million).[4]


An official game based on this film has been released by Zapak Mobile Games Pvt. Ltd, for Android mobile phone users.[25]


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