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'Simmba' poster: Ranveer Singh is the new cop in town

08 December 2017

And now KJo is up with his next project Simmba which will feature Ranveer Singh in the lead. So, Ranveer and Rohit did the next best thing - brought Karan Johar on board as the producer and chose to make a cop drama called Simmba. The two have already collaborated on a television show.

Simmba is said to be the Hindi remake of Junior NTR's South film "Temper" (2015). Ranveer Singh took to his social media account and made the announcement about the project and dropped the first look.

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What looks different is the colour popping poster of the film like a vintage art-poster.

Temper is all about the story of a corrupt officer who joins hands with wrong people.

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The film has been directed by Rohit Shetty of Golmaal and Chennai Express fame. Our film was different from the original Singham except a few scenes. And we must say, we are not at all disappointed! On Thursday, the actor has make it official by sharing the first look poster of the film. "Here also, we have written our own film taking the exact idea", added the filmmaker.

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Clearly, Ranveer has moved on since Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati. Co-produced by Rohit Shetty Picturez and Dharma Productions, Simmba is scheduled to arrive in theatres across the world on 28th December, 2018. The actor is also set to begin filming for Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy and the biopic on India's 1983 cricket world cup triumph, '83, in the coming year.

'Simmba' poster: Ranveer Singh is the new cop in town