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A humiliated gangster uses his influence and goon power to terrorize a newly transferred police officer.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 6.7/10 (2,960 voted)

Rohit Shetty

Stars: Ajay Devgn, Kajal Agarwal, Prakash Raj

Following charges of corruption, Colva's (Goa) Police Inspector Rakesh Kadam kills himself, leaving a devastated wife, Megha, and son, Nitin. She takes it upon herself to canvas support that her husband was framed by a gangster, Jaykant Shikre, and vainly insists on a CBI Inquiry. When the High Court requires Jaykant, on unrelated charges, to present himself at Shivgad Police Station, which is located at the borders of Maharashtra and Karnataka, he refuses to do so, and the local Inspector Bajirao Singham, who has recently fallen in love with stunning Kavya Bhosle, summons him. An enraged Jaikant does appear along with an army of goons, but is no match for Bajirao, who has support from the entire community. Humbled and humiliated, Jaykant returns to Goa, and ensures Bajirao gets transferred there. It is here he not only plans to use an army of goons, his control and influence over politicians…

Writers: Yunus Sajawal, Hari


Ajay Devgn

Inspector Bajirao M. Singham

Kajal Agarwal

Kavya G. Bhosle

(as Kajal Aggarwal)

Prakash Raj

Jaykant Shikre

Sonali Kulkarni

Megha R. Kadam

Sachin Khedekar

Gautam Bhosle

Sudhanshu Pandey

Inspector Rakesh Kadam

Suchitra Bandekar

Ravindra Berde


Suhasini Deshpande

Mrs. Bhosle

Agasthya Dhanorkar

Nitin R. Kadam

Anant Jog

Minister Anant Narvekar

Govind Namdeo

Manikrao Singham

Kishore Nandlaskar

Anant's Peon

Vijay Patkar

Havaldar Kelkar

Ashok Samarth

Shiva Nayak


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Release Date: 22 July 2011

Filming Locations: Goa, India

Opening Weekend: $161,063
(24 July 2011)
(50 Screens)

Gross: $345,125
(14 August 2011)

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User Review

Singham is better than Dabangg

Rating: 10/10

What a movie, there is not one single moment the movie is dragging or
the story get a bit boring. The movie is very fast paste and every
single moment is enjoyable to watch.

Ajay Devgan and the main Villain is Top Notch…both of them does a
very good job. The new girl is cute to look at, and she does do her
acting OK.

The only minus in the movie is the songs, there is not one single song
which touch ur heart, or U feel like listening to again.

For me Singham is so far the best movie of 2011, and a big thanks for
everyone involved from Directing to writing to give us a Damn Good