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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Ajay-Kajal starrer Singham hits the screens on 22-July-2011

SINGHAM is one of the quickest remakes to have been made in recent times. While the Tamil version had released last year with Suriya and Anushka as the lead couple, within a year the Hindi version is also ready.
With SINGHAM, Ajay Devgn will make a comeback to hardcore action genre. The buzz that this film has generated has already put it in competition with Salman's DABANGG.

The film also marks the bollywood debut of Punjabi born Kajal Agarwal, after having made a name for herself down South through Tamil and Telugu films in recent few years. Kajal says she does not feel insecure over the fact that the male lead is hogging the limelight.

Salman Vs Ajay

It's rare to find actors appreciating other actors and supporting each other in B-town. But Salman Khan and Ajay Devgn's recent bonding is an answer to all the gossip mongers, who constantly tittle-tattle about rivalries between the actors.

Bollywood heartthrob Salman Khan, who is known for his toned physique, is amazed to see Ajay Devgn's fit body in his upcoming flick Singham. "Oye teri !!! Baap re baap. Superb ajay's body is looking. Too good" Salman posted on Twitter.
On knowing about Salman's comments about him, Ajay immediately pointed out rivalries and animosity are created by people and with Salman's tweet it only goes on to prove that the 'so-called' rivalry thing doesn't exist.

The actor also shows his newfound six-pack abs in Singham. Did he work a lot on his body for the film?

“I didn't have to do a lot in terms of training. I trained a little more than usual and followed a more strict diet for two months,” Ajay revealed.

Different from the original

Filmmaker Rohit Shetty, who is returning to action with 'Singham' after making quirky comedies like 'Golmaal' and 'All The Best', says the Hindi version is completely different from the original film in Tamil.

"When I was shooting for 'Golmaal 3', I watched Tamil 'Singham' and was quite fascinated with the concept. I discussed it with Ajay and have made the film by changing the script 70 per cent of it," the director said.

The film, set to release this Friday (22-July-2011), was shot in 136 odd days and unlike the latest Bollywood fad, the film has got no item numbers.

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