The much awaited Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan starrer promises high energy and larger than life scenes, dialogues and action. Simmba is a remake of 2015 Telugu blockbuster ‘Temper’ and will mark the debut of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh’s daughter Sara Ali Khan. It also stars Sonu Sood in the lead.
Ranveer much like the poster earlier revealed and his looks from the film as we got to know plays the role of a cop sporting a moustache much like Ajay Devgn from Rohit Shetty’s Singham.
Infact, the trailer opens with Ajay Devgn in his role as Bajirao Singham who introduces Ranveer as Sangram Bhalerao. He is shown as a local hoodlum in the beginning, but transforms into a more responsible person as the trailer progresses.
When woman he treats as his sister is killed, Bhalerao takes it upon himself to bring down the rapists who murdered her. The trailer was unveiled today by Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan and also present at the even obviously was Rohit Shetty, Karan Johar, and the COO of Relaince Entertainment, Shibhashish Sarkar.
Few important updates from the trailer launch before you finally see the trailer here.
Ranveer Singh heaped praise on director Rohit Shetty and reflected on his Bollywood journey. “The kind of love I get is beyond my wildest imagination. The kind of launch I got from Yash Raj is what I had never dreamt of,” he said.
At the trailer launch, Ranveer Singh said wife Deepika Padukone liked the trailer and him. “Hot lag raha hai,” is what Deepika told her husband after watching the trailer of the cop drama. He also added that delivering dialogues in Marathi was a lot of fun and he feels it added a lot of belief to the character.
Also Karan Johar does not want Sara Ali Khan and Jahnvi Kapoor to be compared. Talking about the two star kids who were launched in Bollywood this year Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan, Karan Johar said, “I think it’s not fair to compare both the girls. Awards don’t matter but the work they do is what matters.” Interestingly, Janhvi was launched in Dhadak while Sara’s second film is Simmba — both Johar’s productions.