Ajay Devgn remembers Singham on film's eighth anniversary: It still roars this loud because of audiences' love
As Ajay Devgn starrer Singham clocked 8 years today, the actor went down the memory lane and expressed his happiness over the milestone which makes the film still 'roar this loud.'
As Ajay Devgn starrer Singham clocked 8 years today, the actor went down the memory lane and expressed his happiness over the milestone which makes the film still "roar this loud."
The actor who essayed the role of a fearless cop Bajirao Singham in the film offered the audience with some of the most popular dialogues still being etched in the memories of the people.
In order to celebrate the day, Ajay shared his still from the film as a cop and renumerated all the memories related to the 'car rattles and power-packed action' involved in filming the flick.
"8 years to invincible dialogues, car rattles, power-packed action and the fearless character Bajirao Singham. It's the love of the audience Singham still roars this loud. Rohit Shetty and Team," he tweeted.
Check out Ajay Devgn's tweet here
गलत क्या है वो जानने से कोई फर्क नहीं पड़ता, गलत को सही करने से पड़ता है!
22nd July. #8years to invincible dialogues, car rattles, power-packed action and the fearless character #BajiraoSingham.
It's the love of the audience #Singham still roars this loud. #RohitShetty and Team pic.twitter.com/fyrwhqoVAa
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) July 23, 2019
The film, which was a remake of the 2010 Tamil film Singam featuring Suriya and Anushka Shetty, revolves around honest police officer in Goa, Rakesh Kadam (Sudhanshu Pandey), committing suicide because of false accusations of corruption filed by Jaikant Shikre (Prakash Raj), the antagonist, a don and politician in Goa running various rackets like kidnapping, extortion and smuggling. And later, how Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn), an honest Maratha police inspector takes charge of the suicide case and rants and confronts the officers for not abiding by their duties and being dishonest and unfaithful to their profession by protecting the antagonist.
The film also starred Kajal Aggarwal, Sonali Kulkarni and Murli Sharma in important roles.
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