Rohit Shetty on Simmba: Comparisons to patrolman dramas will always be drawn

Set to kick-off his patrolman drama, Simmba, Rohit Shetty says films on policemen will constantly be pitted opposite Dabangg, Singham

Rohit Shetty
Rohit Shetty

Ahead of a filming of his arriving patrolman drama, Simmba, executive Rohit Shetty says films formed on military officials, like his next, will always be pitted opposite Dabangg (2010) and Singham (2011). The Salman Khan and Ajay Devgn starrers, he says, have done a symbol during a box office, overdue to which, comparisons to them will always be drawn.

Yet, his Ranveer Singh starrer will execute a protagonist with his possess eccentricities.  “Chulbul Pandey [from Dabangg] and Singham have turn iconic characters. But this film will have a possess identity. This [comparison] will always happen. If a purpose is serious, afterwards people will review it to Singham. If it’s entertaining, afterwards [it will be pitted against] Chulbul Pandey. However, a patrolman [Singh] has not been combined on a lines of Chulbul Pandey,” he says.

The certain response garnered by Singham was sufficient to modify it into a franchise. However, Shetty says it’s too early to know either Simmba, scheduled to strike screens late this year, will see a identical fate. “Let’s see how a initial one does.” Presented by Reliance Entertainment, a film will be a jointly constructed by Shetty and Karan Johar. “Ranveer is a singular personality. With Rohit [on house a project], he will make a impression his own. There is no actor like him. He is an appetite ball, a approach he will raze is going to be good,” Johar pronounced on a sidelines of India’s Next Superstars, his arriving existence uncover with Shetty.

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