Soon after, the trailer of the film has triggered many, including Shombrat Singh Mannie of India Today said, \"Akshay Kumar and moviegoers alike are amused by the title of 'Singh Is Bling'. The movie is based on Rudyard Kipling's Rimpei-Zulu. The title has been taken by people of every age and the common thread is that they're all jumping at the chance to be part of the movie.\"
He further added, \"The debate on Bollywood movies not portraying Punjab enough will be matched tenfold with this film. Akshay Kumar starred in Ram Leela, an extremely popular movie about the Sikh history. The actor and director brings to the forefront the real- life stories of ordinary Punjabis and the environment set to Baba Ke Patle's classic Ek Saal Baad Aisa Ho Gaya.
On his views on the title, Singh said in an interview, \"All the major and minor characters in the film share a lot of things in common with the title. It is based on Kipling's 'Rimpei Zulu.' Rimpei is a man who is over-indulged and starts to himself anywhere. Singh is referred to as the very tiger among man. All these five elements are connected to a certain level and they appear in different shades.\"
The only element that distinguishes this film from \"Dragon Tattoo\" is that it takes place in Los Angeles and could easily have been set in New York. These privileged high school girls take over a user-friendly apartment building and run for the hills when the police arrive. Does this make \"The Bling Ring\" a copycat? Or does it simply make graphic what happened at that apartment building? After all, the girls only stole expensive jewelry. Surely that's much more interesting than some old newsreel footage of the Russian athletes in the 1980 Olympics and their yachts. 7211a4ac4a