There is never a dull moment if you are seeing Ranveer Singh dancing because he does not just add whole of his energy into it, but his expressions, the way he enjoys dancing, all of it fits just right. The actor has some of the best songs to his credit and some of them are chartbusters only because of how he pulled them off. While his dance performances are always perfect to watch because it always clicks with us, it looks like his rehearsals are just as good as well. Ranveer returned to Mumbai just yesterday and he was snapped at the airport by the paps, and post that, it looks like he was headed for rehearsals with a quick change of t-shirt. A video of him dancing to Simmba song Mera Wala Dance came to our attention and well, we thought it does need to reach out because cmon, the weekend is here already.
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The film that revolved around a corrupt but good-hearted cop, Sangram Bhalerao aka Simmba, starred Ranveer and Sara in the lead. It managed to create a lot of buzz before the release as it was Sara's second film after her debut and Rohit's another cop flick in the universe. On top of that, Ranveer and Sara's chemistry in the trailers and songs impressed fans. Today, as the film clocks 2 years, we take a look at the throwback behind-the-scenes moments that will remind you that the journey of Simmba was full of fun and laughter on set.
Reliance Entertainment also co-produced and distributed the film. The film follows Sangram "Simmba" Bhalerao, a corrupt police officer hailing from the same town as Singham, who is forced to lead a more righteous path after tragedy strikes those near him. The film is an official remake of the Telugu -language film Temper. Principal photography began in June with most scenes filmed in Goa and Kolhapur ; the remaining were shot at Hyderabad and Mehboob Studios in Mumbai. The shooting was wrapped up by early December in the same year. Simmba was released in countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council on 27 December The film was released in India and other international territories on the following day; it was distributed worldwide by Reliance Entertainment. Sangram "Simmba" Bhalerao is an antiheroic orphan from Shivgadh, the same town where Bajirao Singham was raised. He observes how policemen make money in the form of bribes, finding himself motivated to become a police officer, and succeeds. Getting bribes from some local thieves and a jeweller, Simmba enjoys and takes full advantage of the lifestyle of a corrupt cop.
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