Funny Illustrations From Ranveer Singh’s Simmba Will Made You Go Rofl

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Published by Soniya Kaur on 29 Dec 2018

Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan are making everyone going gaga with their ultimate hit movie, Simmba, directed by Rohit Shetty- the king of stunts. The movie hit the theatres yesterday; 28th December 2018, and indeed the fans are loving the movie. This movie also stars Sonu Sood as a villain and he has done a fantastic job.

Ranveer Singh’s tough cop look was completely refreshing and the viewers were swoon over the whole cast’s performance in the movie. Especially, Sara is garnering many compliments for her second movie in a row after Kedarnath.

Earlier, the lead star, Ranveer shared a cartoon picture of his character from the movie in which he was seen sitting on a chair with a gun in his hand. The illustration was done by Ritaban Das.

Once again, he shared a new illustration and people are going crazy after watching it as in the snap, Rohit can be seen holding Ranveer high in his hands. Let’s take a look at the sketch which Ranveer has shared on the social media:

Hahahaha!!! Love it!!! Rohit Shetty Ajay Devgn 🦁 #SIMMBA .#UdayMohite

Gepostet von Ranveer Singh am Freitag, 28. Dezember 2018

Other than these, a few more illustrations have gone viral on the social media. Have a look:

This film, Simmba revolves around a corrupt cop Sangram Bhalerao who teams up with local goons until someone close to him is attacked by them. The plot of the film then revolves around how his path changes after the incident.

Till now, the film is going very well with the critics as well as the audience and creating wonders at the box office. Taran Adarsh, movie critic had said, “#OneWordReview… #Simmba: WINNER. Rating: 4 stars
A solid, well-packaged entertainer with a powerful message… Rohit Shetty gets it right yet again… And so does Ranveer, who is outstanding… Whistles, claps, laughter assured… Expect a STORM at the BO…”

Apart from Simmba Ranveer will be next seen in the movies like Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, Takht, under Dharma Production and Kabir Khan’s 83.

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