Vishwaroop II makes us believe that Hard Work is not enough
The film made us google details about it and so the Wikipedia information says that the film was initially planned as a late 2013 release.
The film was stuck in development hell and was revived when Kamal Haasan took over as producer. Well, all this makes us ask that if hard work pays, show us a rich donkey!
We say this because it aches our heart to see hard work and millions in to a film that is no where near good.
Watch it If you like -
Some spick and span action scenes
But Beware of -
Of everything that’s mostly weak and poor in the film, the main is editing
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Some where we feel the director should not act in the same project, and this film strengthens our thought. Especially when the story line is no where to be seen, the director should be behind the camera to see what is really cooking!
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Okay so there is not much of a story in this circumquel, there are just efforts to make the film look grand and stylish.
In trying to show what happened partly before and after the first part’s end, the film just lost its way. It’s said that almost half the film was shot while the team was shooting for the first film and well that is so easily visible. It’s an attempt to forcibly create a franchise and there was no need for a part two, not with such poor storyline and editing.
Even the humor quotient trying to achieve the MI vibe feels so out of place in the film. Almost anything is happening, RAW agents moving from place to place, completing missions we couldn’t make sense of.
The love angle, the mother-son angle, the thrills are sad, climax is silly, everything is just out of place. Everything is either in a hurry or too slow, spy and terrorism is treated like toys.
Only the action was somewhat interesting, some stunts were impressively neat.
And that’s about it.
Kamla Haasan sir couldn’t deliver his best in a film without a track.
The girls Pooja Kumar and Andrea Jeremiah were good. Rahul Bose is superb in his scenes, but his character is so badly written in this part.
Jaideep Ahlawat and Waheeda Rehman ji, talent totally wasted.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Background score by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy is very decent and nothing out of the box.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Grand but hollow, that’s how this film is. In fact, its not even that grand, there was just a forced attempt to make it look so. Please skip, it is no where like its first part.