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Dabangg (English: Fearless) is a 2010 Indian action film directed by Abhinav Kashyap, and produced by Arbaaz Khan under Arbaaz Khan Productions. Arbaaz's elder brother Salman Khan stars in the lead role, with Sonakshi Sinha (in her acting debut), Arbaaz Khan, Om Puri, Dimple Kapadia, Vinod Khanna, Anupam Kher, Mahesh Manjrekar and Mahie Gill featuring in supporting roles, while Sonu Sood plays the main antagonist. The film marks the debut of Arbaaz as a producer and Kashyap as a director. Malaika Arora Khan appears in the item number "Munni Badnaam Hui".

Dabangg is set in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, and tells the story of a corrupt but fearless police officer, Chulbul Pandey, and his troubled relationship with his stepfather and half-brother. Made with a budget of ₹300 million and marketed at ₹120 million, Dabangg was shot primarily in the town of Wai in Maharashtra, while other major scenes were shot in the United Arab Emirates.

Dabangg was released during Eid on 10 September 2010 in nearly 2100 cinemas worldwide. It opened to generally positive reviews, and went on to gross ₹2.15 billion worldwide. It is the highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2010 and one among the highest grossing Bollywood film of all time.[4][5] Dabangg has won several awards—the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment and six Filmfare Awards, including Best Film and Best Female Debut (Sinha). It was later remade in Tamil as Osthe, and in Telugu as Gabbar Singh. A sequel, titled Dabangg 2 was released in 2012.

Chulbul Pandey, a young boy, lives with his younger half-brother, Makhanchan "Makkhi" Pandey, stepfather Prajapati Pandey (Vinod Khanna) and mother, Naina Devi (Dimple Kapadia) in Laalgunj, Uttar Pradesh. He has a troubled relationship with his stepfather and Makkhi. After 21 years, Chulbul (Salman Khan) becomes a policeman. Chulbul, who calls himself "Robin Hood" Pandey, lives with his family. Makkhi (Arbaaz Khan) is in love with Nirmala (Mahi Gill), whose father Masterji (Tinu Anand) opposes the relationship. Chulbul falls in love with a girl named Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha), who he meets during a police encounter.

A corrupt political leader named Chedi Singh (Sonu Sood) meets Chulbul and both quickly become enemies. Makkhi asks his father to arrange his marriage with Nirmala. His father refuses saying that he needs money to repay the loans he took to make his factory, so he needs his son to marry a rich girl. Makkhi, in desperate need of money, steals it from Chulbul's cupboard, and gives it to Nirmala's father in order to convince him to marry Nirmala. Meanwhile, Chulbul meets Rajjo and proposes marriage, which she rejects, as she has to take care of her father, Haria (Mahesh Manjrekar)—a drunkard.

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Chulbul comes home to find his mother dead. He goes to his stepfather to make peace, as he is the only family left. His stepfather refuses and despises him as an outcast. Makkhi invites Chulbul to his marriage with Nirmala. Chulbul convinces Rajjo's father to marry her. Rajjo's father commits suicide, as he knows that his daughter will not marry anyone while he is alive. Chulbul takes Rajjo to Makkhi's exuberant wedding. Realising that Makkhi has stolen his money to finance the wedding, Chulbul marries Rajjo in an impromptu ceremony. Nirmala's father feels disgraced and cancels his daughter's wedding.

Makkhi beats up one of the workers in his factory due to a small mishap. The worker goes to the police station with his mother to file a complaint. Chulbul beats up Makkhi in public to disgrace him. Chedi takes advantage of the situation, and takes Makkhi along with his father to the police station. Makkhi's father resolves the situation by accepting an apology from Chulbul. Chulbul meets Dayal Babu (Anupam Kher), a local political leader, who also dislikes Chedi. With his help, Chulbul adulterates the breweries of Chedi, and wrongly frames him for it.

To take revenge, Chedi burns Makkhi's factory. Makkhi's father suffers a heart attack due to shock and is hospitalised. Makkhi goes to Chedi seek help from him, without knowing that it was Chedi, who burnt his factory. Chedi agrees to finance his father's treatment, if he delivers a crate of mangoes to Dayal Babu's house. Unknown to Makkhi, there is a bomb inside the crate, which explodes after he leaves, killing Dayal Babu. Chedi gives Makkhi a task to kill Chulbul. Makkhi accepts, and confesses it to Chulbul. He reveals to Chulbul that Chedi made him plant the bomb unknowingly. Chulbul forgives him and reconciles with his stepfather. Makkhi then reveals to Chulbul that it was Chedi, who killed their mother. Enraged, Chulbul suffocates Chedi to death. Later, Chulbul gets Makkhi married to Nirmala in the presence of her father, while Rajjo reveals that she is pregnant.

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Credits were adapted from Bollywood Hungama.[6]

Salman Khan as Chulbul Pandey
Sonakshi Sinha as Rajjo
Arbaaz Khan as Makhanchand "Makkhi" Pandey
Vinod Khanna as Prajapati Pandey, Chulbul's step-father
Dimple Kapadia as Naini Devi, Chulbul's mother
Sonu Sood as Chedi Singh
Mahesh Manjrekar as Haria, Rajjo's father
Om Puri as Kasturilal Vishkarma, Chhedi Singh's to be father-in-law
Anupam Kher as Dayal Babu
Mahi Gill as Nirmala
Tinu Anand as Masterji, Nirmala's father
Malaika Arora Khan as Munni in the item number "Munni Badnaam Hui"
Murli Sharma as ACP Malik
Ram Sujan Singh as Chaubeji
Rajeev Sharma as Toluram Rastogi
Amitosh Nagpal as Sumant Kumar

Salman Khan grew a moustache after consulting with his brother and prepared his hair to suit his role.[7] For the former, he had to try out nearly fifty styles in a span of four months before commencement of the filming. Photo-shoots were held to finalise his look.[8] Abhinav Kashyap, in an interview with Bollywood Hungama, revealed that initially he had considered a few others for the role of Chulbul Pandey, but eventually changed his mind and approached Salman.[9][10] Kashyap had seen Arbaaz in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, doing a cameo and approached him to be a part of the project. After reading it, he had instantly accepted to produce and star in it.[9] Sonu Sood was selected for playing the lead antagonist. He revealed that his character was that of a "youth leader with grey shades."[11] Mahesh Manjrekar was later approached to play the father of Sinha's character, although he had plans to quit acting.[12]

In April 2009, Sonakshi Sinha signed for her debut role.[13] Salman had seen her at a function engaging in dancing and offered her the role.[10] Speaking about it, she said that she had lost a weight of 30 kg over two years to prepare for her character of a village girl by "a combination of proper diet and vigorous exercise". She added that she had been "observing people and trying to pick up nuances" as a step of further preparation.[14] Malaika Arora, who had performed a few item numbers in her career, most notably in Dil Se.., was confirmed to do the same in the film. This was the first of its kind in her home production.[15]

Dabangg's shooting took place primarily in Wai and the United Arab Emirates.[10] The shooting commenced in September 2009.[16] Production designer Wasiq Khan drew over 100 sketches detailing out every set in the film.[17] The cinematography was performed by Mahesh Limaye. The first schedule began in the town of Wai and continued for 45 days,[8] during which Sonu Sood, the main antagonist fractured his nose.[18] A schedule, primarily involving a song shoot, was captured in the Khalid Bin Al Waheed station in Dubai, making Dabangg the first film to be shot there.[19] Some scenes were also filmed at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi.[20]

The film, involving around five action sequences, was choreographed by S. Vijayan, who previously served as the stunt director of Wanted, and shot over 60 days. Later, special effects were incorporated into those scenes.[21] The songs were choreographed by Raju Khan and Shabina Khan,[6][22] while Farah Khan choreographed the item number, "Munni Badnaam Hui".[15] The shooting was completed in early June 2010, and the film went into post-production.[23] A party was held to commemorate the completion of the shooting and the success of the theatrical promo. It was attended by the main cast and crew.[24]

Dabangg's theatrical trailer, running for about two and a half minutes, was released on 23 July 2010, alongside Priyadarshan’s Khatta Meetha.[24][25] Dabangg was described as one of the most anticipated films of the year by the The Indian Express.[26] It was reported to have broken pre-release records for hype by Cinematix, a filming awareness product originated by Ormax Media.[27] A special screening of the film took place at Film City on 6 September 2010.[28] The premiere of Dabangg was held in Mumbai on 9 September 2010.\

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Soundtrack album by Sajid-Wajid
Released 6 August 2010
Genre Film soundtrack
Length 47:43
Label T-Series
Sajid-Wajid chronology
(2010) Dabangg
(2010) No Problem
The soundtrack album was composed by the music director duo Sajid-Wajid and Lalit Pandit, while the lyrics were penned by Faiz Anwar, Lalit Pandit and Jalees Sherwani. Lalit Pandit wrote the song "Munni Badnaam Hui".[30] The album was launched on 6 August 2010 in Delhi.[31] The album contains five original songs, four remixes and one theme song.[30] The audio rights of Dabangg were sold for about ₹90 million (US$1.3 million) to T-Series.[32]

The track "Munni Badnaam Hui" is said to be inspired by an old Bhojpuri folk song "Launda Badnaam Hua Naseeban Tere Liye". Director Abhinav Kashyap accepted using the folk song saying that he, being from Uttar Pradesh, was familiar with the song since childhood so he suggested the very song to be improvised and rephrased to fit the film's requirement.[33] It was alleged that it was inspired from the Pakistani song "Ladka Badnaam Hua" from the film Mr. Charlie (1992).[34]

Dabangg's soundtrack received generally positive reviews from music critics. Joginder Tuteja of Bollywood Hungama gave the album 3 stars and said, "[it] delivers what it promised. One expected a masala soundtrack and this is what one gets with a couple of item song sequences, a couple of theme tracks and two love songs which are actually the highlight of the film. A soundtrack that has something in store for mass as well as class."[35] Atta Khan of Planet Bollywood gave it a rating of 6 out of 10, and called the soundtrack "simple, catchy, easy on the ears and fun".[36] In a 3-star rating, critic Devesh Sharma of Filmfare praised Sajid-Wajid's composition, and the track "Chori Kiya Re Jiya", calling it "[pleasure] to the ears".[37]

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The album performed well on the charts after its release. The tracks "Tere Mast Mast Do Nain" and "Munni Badnaam" were successful, and entered the list of top 20 most frequently played songs on radio in India.[38] In August 2010, the track "Tere Mast Mast Do Nain" reached number-one on the Official Asian Download Chart in the United Kingdom based on legal downloads in that country.

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Singham Returns is a 2014 Indian action film directed by Rohit Shetty and produced by Ajay Devgn FFilms.[1] A sequel to the 2011 film Singham, actor Ajay Devgan reprises his role from the previous film, as well as co-producing the project, while Kareena Kapoor Khan plays the female lead thus replacing Kajal Aggarwal.[5] The film was also simultaneously made in Marathi. The film was released worldwide on 15 August 2014

Bajirao Singham (Ajay Devgan) gets transferred to Mumbai and he discovers that one of his team members (Mahesh) is found dead inside an ambulance with massive bags of money. Bajirao decides to unearth the truth behind it and in this process, he collides with a powerful and fraudulent Hindu religious leader, Satyaraj Chandar a.k.a. Babaji (Amole Gupte), who has high profile connections with corrupted politicians.

During this period, Guruji (Anupam Kher), is killed by Babaji, even though Singham was present at the scene. He vows revenge. Because of this, he has to pretend that he has resigned in front of his family. Due to this his father asks him and his childhood friend, Avni (Kareena Kapoor Khan), to come to their home town, Shivgargh. After some comic scenes, Singham and Avni, fall in love with each other. However, it is then revealed that Singham hasn't resigned and came to Shivgargh on a mission to get some evidences against Babaji.

When they get back to Mumbai, Babaji starts threatening Singham's family. He also harms all of Guruji's candidates, including Avni, because her brother is one of the candidates. Singham manages to save everyone but before they resign, one of Babaji's henchmen, Altaf (Pankaj Tripathi), wakes up from coma and testifies against him. Singham arrests Babaji and his left hand, Prakash Rao. However, some party workers execute an attack outside the court, killing the witnesses. This causes Babaji and Prakash Rao to receive bail. But after Babaji gets released, Singham goes to his house without wearing his police uniform and shoots at their buttocks to coerce them and the wounded Prakash Rao and Baba tell the truth.

A few weeks later, Guruji's party wins the elections. While being transported to jail, Prakash Rao and Baba once again threaten Singham. Suddenly, the van in which Prakash Rao and Baba are being transported in suddenly stops and the driver walks away. A water tanker crashes into the van and both of them are killed. Inspector Phadnis (Vineet Sharma) tells media that there was a brake failure, and the incident is deemed an accident.
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Ajay Devgan as Deputy Commissioner of Police Bajirao Singham
Kareena Kapoor Khan as Avni Kamat
Amole Gupte as Satyaraj Chandra Baba
Anupam Kher as Gurukant "Guruji" Acharya
Dayanand Shetty as Senior-Inspector Daya
Vineet Sharma as Sub-Inspector Phadnis
Zakir Hussain as Prakash Rao
Mahesh Manjrekar as Chief Minister Vikram Adhikari
Sonalee Kulkarni as Maneka
Jitendra Joshi as Ashish (Maneka's boyfriend)
Sameer Dharmadhikari as Kishore Kamat
Deepraj Rana as Sunil Prabhat
Sharat Saxena as Commissioner Rathore
Ashwini Kalsekar as Meera Shorri
Govind Namdev as Manikrao Singham
Pankaj Tripathi as Altaf
Sachin Nayak as Bhola
Shriswara as Neeta Parmar

Director Rohit Shetty announced his thoughts on making a sequel to one of his finest movies Singham (2011). After filming Chennai Express with Shahrukh Khan, Shetty reportedly has begun filming for Singham 2 with the lead star Ajay Devgn.[7] Filming was expected to go on floors by December 2013 after Shetty's last directorial venture, Chennai Express (2013) released with Shetty starting the work of Singham 2's pre-production along with that of his another film which incidentally is a sequel too, Golmaal 4.[8][9] However Ajay Devgn the lead of the film canned 20 days of photography for his another film Action Jackson, directed by Prabhudeva and start another leg of the shoot from 10 November 2013.[10] After several delays owing to Devgn's shooting his other film Action Jackson concurrently the principal photography for a 15-day schedule of the film started from 15 May 2014 in Goa.[11] The shoot was held in few places like streets of Siolim, a village at located at a distance of about 25 Kilometres from Panaji.[11] The ones which were held in Panaji were mostly indoor ones.[11]

Singham Returns
Soundtrack album by
Jeet Gannguli
Meet Bros Anjjan
Ankit Tiwari
Yo Yo Honey Singh
Released 5 August 2014
Genre Feature Film Soundtrack
Length 19:59
Label T-Series
Jeet Gannguli chronology

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(2014) Singham Returns
(2014) Alone
Meet Bros Anjjan chronology
(2014) Singham Returns
(2014) Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene
Ankit Tiwari chronology
Ek Villain
(2014) Singham Returns
(2014) PK
Yo Yo Honey Singh chronology
(2014) Singham Returns
(2014) The Shaukeens
Singles from Singham Returns
"Kuch Toh Hua Hai"
Released: 25 July 2014[12]
"Aata Majhi Satakli"
Released: 1 August 2014[13]

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The soundtrack for the film was composed by Jeet Gannguli, Meet Bros Anjjan, Ankit Tiwari and Yo Yo Honey Singh. All the composers composed one song each. The soundtrack album contains four songs and one remix.

The first single track "Kuch Toh Hua Hai" sung by Ankit Tiwari and Tulsi Kumar was released on 25 July 2014.

Another single "Aata Majhi Satakli" sung and composed by Yo Yo Honey Singh was released on 1 August 2014.

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