"Simmba is just another serviceable action movie that tastes like salted popcorn. It tastes good while it lasts, but eventually you end up rather dry and thirsty. It is all about glam and no substance...."
"Simmba is a potboiler that you expect it to be, where the good surely outweighs the bad. There are enough paisa vasool moments including the cameo by the original Singham, Ajay Devgn. And it doesn’t..."
"Simmba is a Ranveer Singh vehicle. Though an Ajay Devgn pops in to save the day in the climax, Ranveer impresses for most part of the film, particularly in his interaction with the supporting cast, in..."
"Simmba is the kind of film that derides toxic masculinity while ill-advisedly celebrating unbridled virility as a necessary component of law enforcement. Instill fear in the hearts of the wrongdoers, ..."
"During an absurdly staged encounter, the cops provoke the culprits by crudely taunting their manhood while inside the courtroom a lawyer states, They raped her in a fit of rage, sounding more defensiv..."
"It’s a very confusing thing to come to a rating for a Rohit Shetty film. He makes films of one particular tone that you know will be liked by a category who knows how to keep the expectations low. I..."
"eview Simmba the most awaited Bollywood film actor Ranveer Singh has got good reviews from the audience. After the debacle of Zero, a lot of expectations were associated with Simmba as it is the la..."
"SIMMBA is an absolute joyride in the first half. A number of sequences and the witty and sharp one-liners [dialogues by Farhad Samji] are sure to bring the house down. The post-interval portions get s..."
"The film Simmba addresses the issue of rape and sexual harassment of women, and how many times due to the negligence of police Andrew political power, rapists walk free after the crime. The film shows..."
"Singh’s an easy choice to play Simmba. Grinning sheepishly from under his whiskers, he completes the small town cop with just the right accent. That he has a winning comic timing helps a lot but eve..."
"Rohit Shetty's world of cinema is always bright and full of colors and Simmba is no exception; courtesy Jomon.T. John's lens. The film could have been snipped shorter by few minutes to make it more cr..."