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Two down on their luck men tries to kidnap a wealthy businesswoman's dog to demand a hefty ransom from her. Things goes haywire when the dog goes missing and plan begins to deteriorate, leading to further chaos and confusion.
Raftaar Singh (Akshay) spends his days whiling his time away dancing and jumping through fire hula-hoops at fairs in Bassi Pathana in Punjab. While his father (Yograj Singh) is tired of his ways, his mother (Rati Agnihotri) caters to his appetite with home-cooked jalebis, before the former asks Raftaar to choose a path for himself. Either get married to a certain Sweety, or move to Goa and work under his father's friend. Considering the first option unimaginable, Raftaar chooses the second.
Akshay Kumar had shot with a real lion,that particular scene was shot in South Africa as there are restrictions in India to shoot with Animals,where in during the scene it comes written on the screen shot in South Africa. See more »
When someone is taking Mark's photo from his phone some how he has another phone in his pocket when a phone call happens. See more »
Singh Is Bliing - Akshay yet again shines as the lovable SARDAR
As we have all come to know what to expect from this kind of a film! Expectations if kept in check, the film can be easily enjoyable. Some films are seen for their sheer story telling, casting, screenplay and of course strong characters. And, the other films are seen only for their Lovableness and their way of providing entertainment. SINGH IS BLIING falls into the latter.
TBH, you can't except a story in such a film. If you go on looking for some in such a film, then you yourself are making a mockery of you. SIB is a fun film to watch whose sole intention is to entertain its audience (read Mass). And, it rightfully succeeds in its job. It has gags coming at a good speed which can be enjoyed by all classes of audiences.The film has its share of concerns but still it never bores you. You are constantly entertained with its jokes and dialogs.
The film's biggest asset is undoubtedly Akshay Kumar. Back with the Sardar getup and he never disappoints. His antics,Goofiness and Comedy-Timings are well known and he lives up-to the hype - Extremely entertaining. Amy Jackson, beautiful and keeps the audiences' engaged with her Action avatar. Lara Dutta, back after a long stint is super energetic on the screen and gives you a hearty laugh with her timing. Dialogues are really good. Cinematography is amazing!(you don't expect in a Comedy film)
Comedy is a serious business as 'making people laugh' is the toughest job and the team SIB succeeds in it. Prabhu Dheva comes back in style.
Note: It's not a sequel to Singh is Kinng but, it is so great to see Akshay back as a Sardar. Entertainment galore. Don't miss!
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