‘Singam 2` spells success for Suriya


Suriya Sivakumar-starrer Tamil action-drama ‘Singam 2’, which released worldwide July 5, has got a good opening. It collected Rs.9.25 crore on the release day in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka despite getting criticism for being too lengthy.

“Reportedly made on a budget of Rs.45 crore, `Singam 2` collected a total of Rs.9.25 crore on the day of release from Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka,” trade analyst Trinath told reporters.

The critics said Hari Gopalakrishnan`s directorial venture as over commercial and extremely lengthy, but it seems that the viewers are enjoying the film.

The success of “Singam 2” comes as a respite for Suriya after his last two releases – “7am Arivu” and “Maattrraan” failed to keep the cash registers ringing.

The film is a sequel to highly successful “Singam”, and Hari Gopalakrishnan went behind the camera to helm both the films.

Besides Suriya, “Singam 2” also features Anushka Shetty, Hansika Motwani, Nasser, Mukesh Rushi, Danny Sapani, Rahman, Radha Ravi, Santhanam, Vivek and Anjali.

Singam 2 Movie Review


Suriya is one actor on a tough patch these days. With no clear-cut reason, the public loathe him and his movies. Even though he is a dedicated artist, he has become the target for mockery amongst the ‘big heroes’ club.

Come 2013, and we have Suriya joining hands with Hari for the fourth time, making way for Singam 2, the sequel to the highly impressive 2010 hit, Singam. Produced by Prince Pictures, it has Anushka, Hansika, Vivek, Santhanam, Rahman and Hollywood star Danny Sapani alongside Suriya. Music is by Devi Sri Prasad again, with cinematography by Priyan.

Singam 2 is the continuing story of Duraisingam, as he hunts down a huge drug deal.

Singam 2 kicks off right from where Singam ended. Suriya is now in Tuticorin, an NCC coach in a school where Hansika studies. A series of events leads Suriya gathering info about a drug deal taking place in the area. The first 30 minutes of the movie are bland, and the movie does take its time to unfold. Towards the interval, Hari keeps us pinned with his crisp narration, well thought dialogues coupled with witty one liner comedy from Santhanam and Vivek. The interval bang is spot on, that is one superb scene.

Into the second half, and the movie traverses on jet speed. Hari’s thinking works here, as he overlaps the main story with the comic and dramatic scenes. The movie, even though put down by a few speed breakers(songs) and a not-so-great climax, moves on at a good pace and ends convincingly.

Performance wise, Suriya is at full swing, perfect when it comes to dialogue delivery, facial expressions and his ‘veri’ as a cop. Stunts have been well executed, and he has pulled off some cheeky movements in Singam Dance. What Singam 2 will probably do is put an end to all the negativity on Suriya. This guy has lived the role.Hansika has a fairly mightier role to play than the main heroine, Anushka who has been carved as a glam doll just for the sake of the songs. Vivek is hilarious, while Santhanam does bore you down a bit at times. What Singam 2 lacks is a powerful villain. Yes we have Danny Sapani, Rahman, Mukesh Rishi and Rajendran. But none of them could catch up to Prakash Raj’s enthu as in Singam. Supporting artists are apt, most of them continuing off their roles from the first.

If a movie runs for 3 hours, and can manage to keep you entertained, you got to give credit to the director. Even though a little more care could have been taken, Hari must be lauded for his work. Dialogue writing is his strength and he has lived up to it, few lines do prick you up.

Cinematography by Priyan is commendable. One must appreciate the use of chopper cameras at various instances to provide a different angle. Editing is slick barring the long runtime. Stunts deserve a special mention, Anal Arasu and Rocky Rajesh – super work!

Negatives in Singam 2, and we have DSP written all over it. Bad songs, except for Singam Dance which is saved by Suriya’s movements, and the BGM too isn’t that great. The songs surely broke down the flow of the movie, would be great to chop them off. Santhanam wasn’t at his best either, and we have some over-the-top stunts to worry about.

Draw a comparison to the first, and Singam 2 might not beat that. At the same time, it doesn’t get bobbed down. It has enough stock to keep you entertained. Go watch it, you’ll like it. If you don’t, best of luck being a hater.

Verdict : Must Watch. Perfect Time-pass flickfor mass movie lovers & family audiences.
Just tighten ur seat belts a high voltage show waiting for u

‘Singam 2’ Release Breaks Record

The bar was set by ‘Maatrraan’ and ‘Billa 2’, which released in 61 screens across the USA, by ATMUS. Now ‘Singam 2’ is breaking the record, releasing in 63 screens in the USA. The movie will premiere today, the 4th of July, which is celebrated as the Federal Day in the United States. Back home, multiplex profit sharing issue has been settled, and the bookings for the film will open today evening. ‘Singam 2’ stars Suriya, Anushka, Hansika, Danny Sapani, Santhanam, Vivek and many others, and is helmed by director Hari.

‘Singam 2’ passed with U certificate

Singam-2-Movie-Stills-46Suriya-starrer Tamil action-drama “Singam 2” has been cleared with a U certificate with no cuts by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). The film releases worldwide July 5.

“Singam 2” is the sequel to highly successful “Singam”.

It will release in 2,400 theaters, Prince Pictures, the producers, announced in a statement Thursday.

Also starring Anushka Shetty, Hansika Motwani, Vivek and Santhanam in important roles, “Singam 2” is directed by Hari Gopalakrishnan, who had previously helmed the first movie.

Suriya returns in the role of a righteous young cop in the sequel and he will lock horns with an international villain, played by Hollywood actor Danny Sapani, who is known for films such as “Oxford Murders” and “Trance”.

Singam 2 censor on June 26


Suriya’s forthcoming film Singam 2 is set for a release on July 5 on a grand scale in both Tamil and Telugu versions. The Telugu version titled Singam audio was launched in Hyderabad on July 23.

Meanwhile, the censor formalities of the film will be cleared on June 26, on Wednesday, while the overseas prints will be dispatched on 28th June.

Singam 2 is a sequel to highly successful 2010 Tamil action-drama Singam. Hari Gopalakrishnan, who had directed the first part, wielded the megaphone for the sequel too. The film is produced by K.E.Gnanvel Raja and has music by Devi Sri Prasad

The film also features Anushka Shetty, Hansika Motwani, Vivek, Santhanam, Radha Ravi, Nassar, Vijay Kumar, K. Vishwanath and Manorama.

Suriya busy with Singam 2 promotions


Suriya has wrapped up his works for Singam 2 and the actor is currently busy with the pre-release promotional activities. Recently, he was seen in AP for the Telugu dubbed version trailer launch of Singam and now Suriya is in Kochi for the film’s promotion.

Suriya is excited about the Singam 2 release and he is confident with the audio being huge hit. The Star actor received grand welcome in Kochi by the Malayalam fans and he has interacted with the media and fans.The actor also informed that he would do a straight Malayalam film if good script comes his way.

Hari directed Singam 2 casts Anushka, Hansika, Vivek and Santhanam in the other leads besides Suriya. The film is gearing up for a worldwide release on June 14