Singam 123

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Singam 123
Directed byAmith Nair
Produced byManchu Vishnu
Mohan Babu (presents)
Written byDiamond Ratnam (dialogues)
Screenplay byManchu Vishnu
Story byManchu Vishnu
StarringSampoornesh Babu
Music bySeshu
CinematographySatish Mutyala
Edited byMR Verma
Distributed by24 Frames Factory
Release date
  • 5 June 2015 (2015-06-05)
Budget10 lakhs

Singam 123 is a 2015 Indian Telugu-language action comedy film directed by Akshat Ajay Sharma and produced by Manchu Vishnu under his production banner 24 Frames Factory. The film stars Sampoornesh Babu in the lead role. The film released on 5 June 2015 to mixed reviews but was a box-office hit. The film has been released by 24 Frames Factory officially for home viewing. The film is a parody of the Singam series.[1]


Set in the backdrop of a village called Singarayakonda which is ruled by a self-proclaimed king and mafia-lord, Lingam. He fancies himself as the destructive force and an archenemy of Law and Order. After several failed attempts by Indian Police throughout the decade, Singham123 is assigned the mission impossible - to arrest Lingam. Will Singham 123 be successful in completing the mission?



The film received mixed-to-negative reviews from most critics but was a box office hit.

List of notable spoofs[edit]

  • Singam film series– The style of a single police officer with supernatural strength is parodied.
    • Singam - Singam's home village of Nallur is renamed Singarayakonda in this film. The character of Soundarapanadi (Singam's father) played by Radha Ravi in the original is renamed Jaggam and is portrayed by Prudhviraj.
    • Singam II – The setting of South Africa was reused from this film. The character of Danny is similar to that of Lingam from this film as they are both mafias and drug lords.


  1. ^ "Not again!". The Hindu.

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