Super Singh

Punjabi
RomanceComedyAdventure
16 Jun, 2017
2 hrs 35 mins
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SYNOPSIS
Balaji Motion Pictures presents a Brat Films Production Super Singh - Ikk Te Assi Singh, Utton Super Punjabi cinema's 1st superhero film. The movie is directed by National Award-winning and blockbuster Punjabi film director Anurag Singh and features Diljit Dosanjh and Sonam Bajwa.

Super Singh explores the life of a loveable, affable, and carefree village boy from Punjab, now living in Montreal Canada, whose life changes after he unknowingly gets super powers. He then embarks on a journey that helps him discover the true meaning of life, love, courage, sacrifice, responsibility, culture, family and above all his true inner self and his role in the world!
Verdict: Super team Diljit-Anurag take the film to dizzy heights. Super Singh is arguably the most awaited Punjabi movie of 2017. The superstardom of Diljit Dosanjh, the catchy promos, the addictive music and the aggressive promotion by the star cast has managed to garner immense pre-release hype for Super Singh. Another thing that makes Super []... ...Read full review
Ever superhero has his special powers one can fly, another is indestructible while the third one is all-powerful. Now take everything you have ever watched in DC and Marvel, give it a quick mixer-grinder treatment and pronto, we have Diljit Dosanjh in and as Super Singh. He can fly, he can kick balls (literally and figuratively) and he is out to save the world. But when you meet him in a dark theatre, all spandex and machismo, the superpower that actually keeps you seated for 170 minutes is his comic timings. Diljits hero sure knows how to tell a joke and he will keep you laughing through this film. Now that is quite a strategy, keep your CGI and special effects Hollywood, we will laugh you out of the competition. ...Read full review
There was an eerie silence as I stepped inside the movie hall to catch the early morning show of Diljit Dosanjhs Super Singh. I watched the film in a Mumbai multiplex and the atmosphere was unlike any movie theatre in Delhi-NCR a territory where Dosanjh enjoys a massive fan following. However, considering that less than one per cent of Sikhs constitute Mumbais total population, it shouldnt have been a surprise. ...Read full review

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