Singh Saab The Great (2013) Hindi Movie Review | 14 Critic Reviews | Sunny Deol, Amrita Rao


Sunny Deol, Amrita Rao, Prakash Raj, Sanjay Mishra, Yashpal Sharma, Manoj Pahwa, Asseem Merchant, Anjali Abrol

Singh Saab The Great Posterdirection:

Anil Sharma


Anil Sharma


Shaktimaan Talwar



weird aggregate rating 4.9/10S. Gopinath


Anand Raj Anand

produced by:

Anuj Sharma, Sangeetha Ahir





release date:

run time:
150 minutes
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'Singh Sahab The Great' to come out during Dusera
Anu Malik to score music for SSTG
Sonu Nigam composes Tittle track for SSTG
I am treating 'Singh Sahab The Great' as an exam-Anil Sharma


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  •  Komoi -Mohar Basu Rating-6
It isn’t a supremely brilliant script but something about the story ensures it has his heart in the right place. The film traces the story of Singh Saab, who was formerly the Collector of a small town in North India. Somehow his life sees a drastic shift when the man is posted in Bhadori.
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-7
There's a spate of desi entertainers of late. All starring top league actors and helmed by reputable names. Now Anil Sharma, whose body of work consists of desi entertainers like HUKUMAT, ELAAN-E-JUNG, FARISHTAY, TEHELKA, GADAR - EK PREM KATHA, APNE and VEER, helms yet another big
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  •  Times of India -Meena Iyer Rating-6
Like all films that talk of reforming society, Anil Sharma's Singh Saab the Great has its heart in the correct place. Sunny Deol's earnestness shines, throughout the duration of this melodrama. But these guys have to choose better plots to make a point. We've seen a honest collector
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-4
“Badla nahi badlav”, roars Sunny Deol in the title role as the earnest Singh Saab. Only if the writers paid attention to his line and tried badlav in the script, the film would have been a different affair. Nose dive your expectations if you are expecting an ingenious story line that will captivate
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  •  Bollywood Life -Namrata Thakker Rating-6
Director Anil Sharma and Sunny Deol have delivered three hit films together so far – Gadar: Ek Prem KathaThe Hero: Love Story of a Spy and Apne. And we can safely say that they are back with a bang with Singh Saab The GreatThe movie is about an honest collector Saranjit Singh Talwar
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  •  Now Running -Mansha Rastogi Rating-4
Let's get one thing straight. If you haven't been a fan of Sunny Deol superhits like Ghatak, Ghayal, Gaddar and more, if you don't have his famous dialogues right from dhai kilo ka haath or tareek pe tareek memorized or if you don't like the high-octane raw, brawny action drama then Singh Saab The Great
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  •  Book My Show -Siddhi Palande Rating-4
Having created Box Office history with Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, The Hero: Love Story of a Spy and Apne, the director-actor duo of Anil Sharma and Sunny Deol returns to the 70 mm with this week’s release, Singh Saab The Great. For those who believe that the action king is back in action, well,
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  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-5
Singh Saab is Sunny Deol who has instituted a ‘People’s Party’ to clean up the system. Giving his ‘People’s Party’ a big boost from the media side is Amrita Rao who plays a journalist looking out for Breaking News. And Sunny Deol pulls off all the action scenes with √©lan. The narrative, however,
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  •  Daily Bhaskar - Rating-3
The film’s story revolves around the corrupt system and an honest collector Singh Sahab (Sunny Deol), who wants to change the system. Sunny Deol’s battle with the corrupt system starts when he gets framed in a false corruption charges. He tells his entire story to a journalist
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  •  Mumbai Mirror -Karan Anshuman Rating-4
Dialoguebaazi, song, fight or variations of this order is the formula that Sharma sticks to for the entire duration. The first half flashbacks to a young(er) Sunny Deol (good to see him in his classic look - clean shaven, side parting, and sans turban after what seems like years)
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  •  IBN Live -Divya Pal Rating-5
'Singh Saab The Great' might not be one of those films which is wanted strongly by filmmakers and critics alike, but is that enough to say it will not leave a lasting impression on cine goers? No. For the film still comes across as a heartfelt and efficacious drama, that packs an emotional
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  •  Deccan Chronicle -Khaled Mohamed Rating-4
Hubble bubble, plenty of oil and trouble. Litres of gasoline-‘n’-kerosene are poured out here. But not to flurry. Even when a ghastly Gabbar-Mogambo-Dang-rolled-into-one is splashed with oil, ignited to go up in flames, he emerges miraculously, with his skin smoother than a baby’s bottom.
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  •  Mid Day -Shaheen Parker Rating-5
His well-known ‘dhai kilo ka haath’ is now worth over a billion as it rises for every common man in the country. Singh Saab mouths lines that will delight the front-benchers as he makes mincemeat of anyone crossing his way. He is the man to go to for every problem.
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  •  Indiaglitz - Rating-6
It's a Sunny Deol movie and so there will have to be that Dhai kilo  (read three and a half now) Ka haat going dishoom -dishoom.  Yeah three and a half kilos , not because it's become  saggy and fleshy but because he's risen in stature- at least in filmi terms, and goes on to become a game
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Singh Saab The Great (2013)
4.9 out of 10
based on
14 reviews.