Read the Simmba Movie Reviews Starring Ranveer Singh, Sonu Sood, Sara Ali Khan, Ashutosh Rana, Siddhartha Jadhav.
Simmba Reviews
Ratings: 5.64/10

Reviews Counted: 39
Score: 56%
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Bollywood Hindi Movie Simmba Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Rohit Shetty
Producer: Rohit Shetty, Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta
Writer: Rohit Shetty, Vakkantham Vamsi, Yunus Sajawal, Sajid Samji, Farhad Samji
Genre: Action
Release Date: 28 December 2018

Raja Sen | Hindustan Times: 3/5
A relentless Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty ensure that this film is not just ahead of Ajay Devgn’s Singham but far superior to Salman Khan’s genre-defining Dabangg ... Full Review

Ronak Kotecha | Times of India: 3.5/5
Amidst all this, the film delivers what it sets out to do – give us full on masala entertainment along with seeti-inducing scenes ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2/5
Been there, done that. The only reason to watch Simmba is Ranveer Singh. The actor is fully alive to the moment, knowing that he is working in a template, aware that he has to keep breaking out ... Full Review

IANS | The New Indian Express: 4/5
Some may find 'Simmba' silly to a point but overall, most would agree that this film is pretty good, artistic and a bonafide comedic masterwork ... Full Review

Priyanka Sinha Jha | News18: 3.5/5
Ranveer Singh surrenders himself completely to his role and unabashedly milks the gamut of emotions essential for a true blue Hindi film hero ... Full Review

Rajeev Masand | News18: 2.5/5
Rohit Shetty Film Leaves a Lot to be Desired, But a Star is Re-born ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 2/5
But how much one warms up to the excesses of an incessantly roaring Simmba will depend wholly on the extent of our willingness to lay down our critical faculties and lap up this championing of vigilantism ... Full Review

Bollywood Hungama: 4/5
SIMMBA is a sure-shot winner, no two opinions about it. This one will storm the boxoffice. 2018 is sure to conclude with a roar! ... Full Review

Umesh Punwani | Koimoi: 4/5
This is Golmaal meets Singham! Take some uproarious dialogues from Shetty’s comedy films & mash up the adrenaline rush from his Singham franchise – you’ll get Simmba. It just keeps you with itself till the last frame and may be much more after tha ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: 1.5/5
Nothing woke about this problematic entertainer. Be it a rapist or a saviour, Simmba is all about toxic masculinity ... Full Review

Sukanya Verma | Rediff: 1/5
Wish film-makers would stop using rape as a plot point to execute reckless ideas of justice. Especially when it has little to do with social sentiments but more to flaunt its leading man in a valiant, chest-thumping, light ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: 1/5
Even Ranveer Singh's pre-interval swag deserves to be forgotten by the end of the insufferable second half ... Full Review

Meena Iyer | DNAIndia: 3.5/5
Simmba is tried and tested 80s Bollywood formula. But what the hell? If redux songs can be a super hit, retelling formula, 1000-times-over can also be super fun. Go for Simmba with a whistle and a packet of kurkure ... Full Review

Samrudhi Ghosh | India Today: 3/5
Simmba is a fun entertainer until it becomes a moral commentary on rape ... Full Review

Uday Bhatia | Live Mint: 2.5/5
Ranveer Singh's shtick keeps 'Simmba' afloat before it takes on a subject it shouldn't have ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 3/5
Ranveer Singh’s energy and flamboyance ensure that Simmba appears more engaging than it often is, and Ajay Devgn’s well-timed cameo rescues the film from being a write-off ... Full Review

Rohit Bhatnagar,Mayur Sanap | Deccan Chronicle: 2/5
Unoriginal, but delivers where it counts. Simmba boils down to yet another poorly pencilled script that tries to compensate it’s shortcomings with every other ludicrous mean ... Full Review

Angel Rani | Deccan Herald: 2/5
Ranveer takes his place in the sun from start to finish. His sheer physicality and energy levels give some fleets of flourish to the insipid rape-revenge drama ... Full Review

Mayank Shekhar | Mid-Day: 3/5
The front-story, as it were, is neatly split between the hero, and the villain, along with a prologue, epilogue, heroine, comedian, extras, and the all-important 'takiya-kalaam' ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: 2.5/5
A Briefly Entertaining 90s-style Comedy That Morphs Into A Horribly Tone-deaf Social Drama. Ranveer Singh is the perfect Rohit Shetty hero, if there was ever such a thing ... Full Review

Madhuri | Filmi Beat: 3.5/5
With Simmba, Rohit Shetty makes the tried-and-tested formula more appealing with the right amount of masala, 'kadak' dialogues and a charismatic Ranveer Singh in a larger-than-life cinema ... Full Review

Tarun Bhardwaj | Financial Express: 3/5
Even with flaws and bright colours, both staring at the audience in this shining Rohit Shetty film, it works because it is unapologetic. There is no half-measure. A masala mass-entertainer ... Full Review

Sriram Iyengar, Keyur Seta | Cinestaan: 4/5
Perfect mass entertainer driven by Ranveer Singh’s high-energy act ... Full Review

Aditya Shrikrishna | Silver Screen: 2/5
Rohit Shetty was better off making comedy films that failed to make you laugh. Now he’s entered a dangerous ideological territory with no filmmaking chops to speak of ... Full Review

Anwesha Madhukalya | Business Today: 3.5/5
Simmba rests in pure Rohit Shetty's universe, although fewer cars fly. But when things move in slow-mo, you know it is important. The dialogues are quite fun and fully accentuated by Ranveer Singh's mannerisms and delivery ... Full Review

Economic Times: 3.5/5
Singh has the stage to himself all through the runtime, charming the audience with his energy and charisma ... Full Review

Baradwaj Rangan: 3.5/5
Ranveer Singh is ridiculously good in Rohit Shetty’s most focused film ... Full Review

India Glitz: 3/5
Simmba is a perfect finish for Bollywood and movie goers. The film offers the most important aspect that cinema evolved for – ENTERTAINMENT, that too unlimited. Leave your logic and brains outside, might have a good time ... Full Review

Vishal Verma | Glamsham: 4/5
Delivering exactly what the entertainment hungry souls of Bollywood wants. Rohit Shetty has left no stone unturned to keep its target audience satisfied. SIMMBA is entertainment at last, by large. Roar (go) for it ... Full Review

Ankur Pathak | The Huffington Post: 2/5
Ranveer Singh's 'Women Empowerment' Drama Barely Has Any Notable Parts For, Umm, Women. The film propagates police anarchy and reduces women to stock characters that exist solely to aid their male saviour ... Full Review

Priyanka Bhadani | The Week: 2/5
An enjoyable no-brainer ruined by director's lofty aspirations. Shetty packs too many men in a film that tries too hard to be about women ... Full Review

Manjusha Radhakrishnan | Gulf News: 2.5/5
The climax is cracking, but the movie isn't consistently good. The good vs evil tale is predictable, but isn't yawn-inducing ... Full Review

R.M. Vijayakar | India West: 4/5
“Simmba” is one humongous roar of entertainment. At year-end, go get engulfed in it ... Full Review

Karishma Shetty | PinkVilla: 3.5/5
Ranveer Singh as Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba proves to us that he is a leading hero which is a force to be reckoned with. Also, Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty's deadly combo equates to paisa vasool entertainment ... Full Review

Vickey Lalwani | Spotboye: 3.5/5
Seetiyaan, Taaliyaan, Paisa Vasool. Go for it and make your weekend interesting. Simmba is perhaps the film that you had been waiting for to cheer you up at New Year's ... Full Review

Khushboo Sharma | Peeping Moon: 4/5
Ranveer Singh as Simmba puts out a roaring, lion-like performance ... Full Review

Ashwin Bharadwaj | Lens Men Reviews: 2/5
With a blatant emphasis on woman safety happening on a lecture level on screen, Simmba is a mixed bag that has its Rohit Shetty moments along with a lot of cringe-worthy old-school elements ... Full Review

Arnab Banerjee | Asian Age: 1/5
Sometimes, there just isn’t enough vomit in the world. Not for Rohit Shetty's Simmba ... Full Review

Meetu | Wogma: 2/5
When a Rohit Shetty film moves away from exploding cars to make way for forcefully imploding emotions–it is a step in the right direction. Only a teeny-tiny one though because the ‘women empowerment’ bit is still a huge charade ... Full Review