Singam III: Film Review – This “Singam” Roars Again

Verdict: Powerful action-packed commercial entertainer, right on target.

Singam III (Telugu) is the dubbed version of Tamil flick Singam III, the third part of the very popular Singam franchise. Expectations were high when this project was announced as the previous editions were rather successful at the box-office. Directed by Hari, it has Surya playing the lead role along with Anushka Shetty and Shruti Haasan

Narsimhan (Surya) is a powerful Andhra Pradesh cop who is assigned a mission to nab the culprits behind the murder of a police commissioner based out of Karnataka. Narsimhan leaves no stone unturned to track down the baddies. In this process, there are several interesting facts revealed at the right time. Who are involved in this notorious crime? Why was the commissioner murdered? What did Narsimhan do to solve the case? Are there more gang members involved in this crime? To know all these, watch “Singam III” at a theater near you.S 3 Movie Still - BookMyShow

Surya as Narsimhan is the heart and soul of Singam III. He has done extremely well as the powerful cop. His energy levels and acting skills are at par with the earlier films and has completely owned the show yet again. Shetty playing Narsimhan’s wife delivers a worthy performance. Haasan as a journalist with a soft heart for Narsimhan deserves a few kind words too. There is a lot of scope for action in her role and she delivers. Sharat Saxena as Madhusudhan Reddy and Thakur Anoop Singh as Vittal Prasad excel in their negative roles. Sarath Babu as the Home Minister of Andhra Pradesh and Vijay Kumar as Home Minister of Tamil Nadu play their roles well. 

Hari has done a fantastic job getting all the ingredients right for this commercial action pot-boiler. He succeeds getting the right emotions from Surya. His plan to showcase Mangalore and Sydney backgrounds for this flick works well. The screenplay is racy and the cinematography by Priyan is top-notch. The frames look great and the visuals leave you spellbound. The music by Harris Jayaraj is classy and the background score is on par with the earlier films. The editing by V.T. Vijayan and T.S. Jay is crisp and needs to be commended.

Why You Should Watch This Movie

If you are a fan of the franchise, this will not disappoint you. It is a treat for Surya fans and action movie lovers. The racy screenplay will keep your eyes glued to the screen throughout. You will be entertained for sure. Don’t miss it!

— By Ajay Mudunuri