Singham (2011)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 24 mins

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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 and senior police officers to plan the ultimate vengeance with impunity but also contest and win the local elections.
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as Inspector Bajirao M Singham
as Kavya G Bhosle
as Nitin R. Kadam
as Minister Anant Narvekar
as Shiva Nayak
as Head Constable Savlekar
as Manikrao Singham
Supporting Actor
as Anant's Peon
Supporting Actress
as DSP Patkar
as Police Commissioner
as Jaykant Shikre
as Chandrakant
as Gautam Bhosle / Gotya
as Anjali G Bhosle
as Megha R Kadam
Supporting Actress
as Inspector Rakesh Kadam
as Mrs. Bhosle
as Havaldar Kelkar
as Inspector Dev Phadnis




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Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1, 2.39:1 (Scope)
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Remade as: Singham (Punjabi)
Reference: Koi... Mil Gaya (Hindi)
Referenced in: Tees Maar Khan (Hindi)
Referenced in: Ready (Hindi)
Reference: Bol Bachchan (Hindi)
Spoofed in: Himmatwala (Hindi)
Referenced in: Policegiri (Hindi)
Referenced in: Boss (Hindi)
The film is a remake of the Tamil movie Singam (2010).

Prakash Raj's performance in the film made him immensely famous and led him to winning many awards for best villain that year.