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Singham (Hindustani pronunciation: [sɪnɡʱəm] "Lion") is a 2011 Indian action film directed by Rohit Shetty, starring Ajay Devgn in the title role alongside Kajal Aggarwal and Prakash Raj as the antagonist. It is a remake of the 2010 Tamil film Singam featuring Suriya and Anushka Shetty. The film is produced under Reliance Entertainment, which co-produced the original Tamil movie. The theatrical trailer was released with Ready in June 2011.
A sequel titled Singham Returns was released in August 2014
Singham opens with an honest police officer in Goa, Rakesh Kadam (Sudhanshu Pandey), committing suicide because of false accusations of corruption filed by Jaikant Shikre (Prakash Raj), a don and politician in Goa running various rackets like kidnapping, extortion and smuggling. Kadam's wife Megha Kadam (Sonali Kulkarni) vows revenge but cannot find any support or help from the police or Minister Anant Narwekar (Anant Jog).
The story moves to Shivgarh, a small village near the Goa-Maharashtra border. Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgn), an honest Maratha police inspector like Kadam, is in charge of the Shivgarh police station. He resolves most of the problems in his town informally and without filing charge sheets, thereby gaining much reputation and love from the villagers. Gautam Bhosle a.k.a. Gotya (Sachin Khedekar) is an industrialist and a friend of Singham’s father Manikrao Singham (Govind Namdeo). He comes to Shivgarh with his wife and daughter Kavya (Kajal Aggarwal). Eventually Singham and Kavya fall in love with each other. Their courtship takes place through a series of comic events where she initially hates him and then has a change of heart when she sees his honest and simple nature.
Everything seems to run smoothly until Jaikant, who is given a conditional bail for a murder he had committed, is required to travel to Shivgarh to sign the bail every fortnight. He, instead, sends one of his allies to do the formalities, much to the fury of Singham who demands Jaikant sign the bail in person. Humiliated, Jaikant reaches Shivgarh but is unable to take any revenge on Singham fearing the wrath of villagers, who threaten to finish him off. Using his political contacts, he gets Singham transferred to Goa to take revenge.
Singham, unaware of Jaikant’s hand behind his transfer, joins Colva police station. His co-workers, Sub-Inspector Dev Phadnis (Vineet Sharma), Sub-Inspector Abbas Malik (Ankur Nayyar), Head Constable Savalkar (Ashok Saraf) hate Jaikant for his crimes but are unable to take any action because of Jaikant’s political powers. DSP Patkar (Murli Sharma), Singham's senior, is on Jaikant's payroll and takes care in concealing and eliminating the evidence of Jaikant’s crime from the eyes of the law. Singham tries to take this to the notice of DGP Vikram Pawar (Pradeep Velankar)) but it turns out to be of no use as there is no evidence against Jaikant and Patkar. The local minister Anant Narvekar (Anant Jog) does not help Singham and in turn, he warns him to stay away from Jaikant's case. Defeated Singham wants to return to his hometown but is stopped by Kavya and Megha Kadam, who encourage him to fight against the evil and not run away like a coward.
Being mentally tortured by Jaikant, Singham arrests Jaikant’s top lieutenant Shiva Nayak (Ashok Samarth) in a fake case of illegally smuggling alcohol. He thwarts off DSP Patkar in full view of the public when Patkar, bounded by his duties to Jaikant, tries to protect Shiva. Meanwhile, Megha Kadam, after being ridiculed by DGP Pawar and minister Narvekar for her innocent husband’s death, seeks help from Singham to absolve her late husband from the corruption charges . Jaikant kidnaps Kavya’s younger sister Anjali (Sana Amin Sheikh) for ransom. Rescuing her, Singham successfully traces the origins of the kidnapping racket to Jaikant but is unable to arrest him as he wins an election and is set to become a minister of Goa Govt.
Jaikant sends transfer orders to Singham to go back to Shivgarh within 24 hours. That night at a police function organized for the officers with their family, Singham confronts the officers for not abiding by their duties and being dishonest and unfaithful to their profession by protecting Jaikant. At first, the officers disagree with Singham, but filled with guilt, the officers decide to help Singham fight Jaikant. Soon, the entire Goa Police Force reach his home to kill him, with DGP Pawar and DSP Patkar, now in support of Singham. Jaikant eventually escapes but after running through the city, he is arrested by the police the next morning. They bring him to the police station and shoot him dead on the same chair where Inspector Rakesh Kadam had shot himself. Then they threaten Shiva to change his statement. Jaikant and Minister Narvekar are proved guilty. At a media conference, DGP Pawar and Singham clear late Kadam of all corruption charges.
The film ends with Singham and other police officers saluting Mrs.Megha Kadam.
Ajay Devgn as Inspector Bajirao Singham
Prakash Raj as Jaikant Shikre
Kajal Aggarwal as Kavya Bhosle
Sonali Kulkarni as Megha Kadam
Murali Sharma as DCP Satyam Patkar
Ashok Samarth as Shiva Naik, Jaikant Shikre's right hand
Sachin Khedekar as Gautam Bhosle / Gotya
Ashok Saraf as Head Constable Prabhu Savalkar
Sudhanshu Pandey as Inspector Rakesh Kadam
Govind Namdev as Manikrao Singham, Bajirao's father
Vineet Sharma as Sub-Inspector Dev Phadnis
Ankur Nayyar as Sub-Inspector Abbas Malik
Vijay Patkar as Havaldar Kelkar
Suchitra Bandekar as Mrs. Bhosle
Sana Amin Sheikh as Anjali Bhosle, Kavya's younger sister
Anant Jog as Minister Anant Narvekar
Besant Ravi as goon in cinema theatre
Hari Bala as Nandu
Pradeep Velankar as Vikram Pawar, DG Police, Goa
Harish Shetty as Vitthal Dalvi
Meghna Vaidya as Lata Singham, Bajirao's mother
Suchitra Bandhekar as Suchitra Bhosle, Kavya's mother
Jayant Sawarkar as Kamlakant Bhosle, Kavya's grandfather
Suhasini Deshpande as Suhasini Bhosle, Kavya's grandmother
Ravindra Berde as Chandrakant, Zamindar
Agastya Dhanorkar as Nitin Kadam, Rakesh's kid
Neeraj Khetrapal as Advocate
After the success of the Tamil film Singam, directed by Hari in 2010, the film's remake rights were sold by the producers for Hindi and Kannada versions. The co-producers of the Tamil version, Reliance Big Pictures purchased the Hindi remake rights and announced in November 2010 that the version would feature Rohit Shetty as director and Ajay Devgan in the lead role. Prakash Raj was signed on to reprise his role as the antagonist from the original, whilst reports emerged that Asin and Anushka Shetty were being considered for the female lead role. Anushka strongly refused the offer, stating that she didn't want to work in Bollywood, and that she will never do it. She was then replaced by Kajal Aggarwal, another actress who predominantly featured in South Indian films.
Singham went on floors in November 2010, with its scheduled cast. The first schedule began in early March 2011 with action sequences shot in Goa featuring technicians from South India.
A scene with Prakash Raj and Ajay Devgan was shot in Goregaon in Mumbai with around 500 junior artists as villagers. Another scene was shot at Vagator in Goa for which 100 police jeeps were called. Shooting was stalled by the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) members who demanded ₹45 lakh to be paid to the workers when it was being shot in Film City in Mumbai.
Reliance Entertainment released Singham on 22 July 2011 in 2000 screens worldwide with 1500 prints excluding overseas.
The film's DVD was released on 23 August 2011. The Delhi High Court, upon Reliance Entertainment's request, issued an order to all Indian ISPs to block file sharing sites to prevent unauthorized sharing of Singham.