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Singam Movie Review
  Movie Review : Singam
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : Prince Pictures
Cast : Suriya, Anushka, Hansika Motwani, Vivek, Santhanam, Danny Sapani, Rahman, Mukesh Rishi, Vijayakumar, Nassar, Radha Ravi, Manorama, Janaki Sabesh, Mansoor Ali Khan, Anjali and Others
Stunts : Anal Arasu
Choreography : Baba Baskar, Robert, Brinda
Editor : VT Vijayan
Director of Photography : Priyan
Producer: S Lakshman Kumar
Director: Hari
Released Date: July 05, 2013
Singam Tollywood Movie Review
An energetic tale the story begins with Narasimham (suriya) who works as an NCC master in a school. But in reality he is on an undercover assignment trying to locate the nefarious activities of Bhai (mukesh rishi), Thyagaraj (rahman) and their links with an international criminal Danny (danny). Situation becomes tense and Narasimham takes his posting once again as the DSP and begins an operation D to eliminate the bad guys. How that happens forms the rest of the story.
Singam Telugu Cinema Review
The director has come up with a regular storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was quite absorbing. The dialogues were punch packed. The script was average but the screenplay was excellent. The background score was melodious and only one song was worth listening. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was sharp. Costumes were well designed while the art department was apt. Suriya shouldered the entire film on his shoulders and created a strong impact, he was good. Anushka was sweet and did her bit in songs and scenes. Hansika was alright. Mukesh Rishi was very good and he gave strong performance while sharing screen with Suriya. Rahman was elegant. Danny looked menacing. Santhanam and Vivek gave their comedy. Anjali was voluptuous in her special song. The others did their bit as required.

Singam Filem Review
The film happens to be a sequel to the original hit ‘Yamudu’ and it is a dubbed version of the Tamil film with the same title. From the opening scene, the director doesn’t waste any time and gets to the point and how he connects the dots forms the essence. The interval bang was good and the second half was more energetic. Overall, this is a film which is a perfect commercial potboiler and will appeal to the mainstream audience strongly. At the box office, success is very high chances.

Bharatstudent verdict: Fast paced and high energy treat, for masala audience
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