Singa Penne Review: An Engrossing Tale Of A Woman’s Journey From Her Village To BSF

Read the review for the much anticipated Singa Penne, right here!

ZEE5 Web Desk

December 23, 2020


3 min


On December 22, ZEE5 released the much-anticipated series Singa Penne which translates to ‘Fierce Woman’. The movie revolves around Mahalakshmi, who crosses all oceans to serve her country and become a BSF officer. The movie stars Arnav and Payal in lead roles and explores several topics like patriotism, family values in the rural part of India and the daily lives of soldiers training in the BSF or the Border Security Force of India.

Watch the trailer of Singa Penne right here!

Singa Penne is the official remake of the Marathi series Lagira Zhala Ji which was positively received by viewers and critics. While the drama in Marathi was a Television series, director R.Pavan chose web series as a medium to tell this story. The story follows Mahalakshmi and her journey to become a commander in the BSF. Arjun, an up and coming army officer, visits his village after a long time, only to realise that all his friends and classmates have grown up to become different people while still being pure at heart.

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Mahalakshmi encounters Arjun for the first time and accidentally pushes him into a drainage. After this, it’s all fights and squabbles for the duo, till they fall for each other. This results in her joining the BSF as a cadet but how does she land up there is something that will only reveal itself once you watch the series. All in all, the series is a perfect watch for this holiday season since it’ll take you through a roller coaster ride of emotions. Watch out for Kutty Padmini as she takes you by surprise with her performance.

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In the lead roles, we have Arnav and Payal who nail the role perfectly; especially Payal who portrays a range of emotions while playing the village girl and the training cadet. The format of the story is such that you see the past and present running simultaneously, which keeps you glued to the screen. Props to Wilsy for keeping the editing pacey and smooth throughout the duration of the series. Apart from this, L V Muthu Ganesh’s music will transport you to the scene and make the whole experience of watching Singa Penne even better. You must catch the series at the earliest because it is just unmissable.

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