6 major mistakes in movie “Simmba”, that went unnoticed by viewers!!


Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan starrer movie “Simmba” has been doing great on box office and has been declared a blockbuster. The movie is the sequel of Ajay Devgan’s “Singham”, in which Ranveer Singh is in lead role and though the movie is connected to renowned names like Rohit Shetty, Ranveer Singh, Ajay Devgan, but they surely ignored some of the biggest mistakes in movie which we are going to unfold through this post.

Come lets checkout the errors made by film makers:-

1. Ajay Devgan’s entry scene

This scene was very magnetic and full of action, with the entry of Ajay Devgan we can see doors and mirrors being shattered by his car but in the extreme next scene there are no doors and shattered mirrors on the floor.
Can someone tell us were those mirrors and door gone?

2. Using headlights in day shoot.

In song sequence of “Tere Bin” Sara and Ranveer are seen going for bike ride were headlights of the bike are off but in the subsequent scene headlights automatically gets on and only Rohit Shetty can unveil the reason of using headlights in day shoot.

3. Choking Simmba with polythene bag.

During the last scene Ranveer Singh is being choked by the villain of the movie but if you keenly observe the polythene bag has a hole for aeration, then why was Ranveer Singh reacting like he was choked?

4. Mysterious closing of windows.

In this scene of Sonu Sood, windows behind him are open but in the succeeding scene as Sonu moves forward windows mysteriously gets closed.

5. Clean and dry shoes on water-logged floor.

During the fight sequence Simmba is seen following the villains with the floor drenched in water but the shoes and trouser of Simmba is full dry, why so?

6. “Simmba” song sequence with secretive on off of bike headlights.

In this song sequence Ranveer Singh is sitting on the car and some ladies are riding bike in front of him in which headlight of one bike is off but in next shot the light itself get on.
These mistakes are ignored by both the makers and audience but revealed by us.