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Vishwaroopam II

Released Date : Aug 10, 2018

Directed by : Kamal Haasan

Box Office : Crores

Genre : Action spy thriller

Vishwaroopam II Movie Review

Reviewed By Fresh Box Office

Neha Jha

Kamal Hassan is jumping into politics full time and Vishwaroopam 2 is his last film. That is what it has remained if you look at the story. The film already had a slow start on an opening day and, going by the reactions it has been receiving, Vishwaroopam 2 is no more than that. The botched-up script and action scenes which are thrown around all over the place give the film a place far, far away from the first part. Read the full review here : link

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Overall, Vishwaroop 2 is at best an average affair. If you saw and loved the first part just go for it. But if you haven’t seen the prequel, you’ll be confused throughout. So, watch it only if you have seen the first part. Kamal Haasan is a legend and this film proves it once again. He holds the screen like no other actor. Watch it for his screen presence, watch it for it concludes what we saw in the first part.P.S – It would’ve made more sense if it would’ve released closer to its prequel’s release. Source : Visit site for more
The long-awaited follow-up to 2014’s Vishwaroopam (Hindi title: Vishwaroop 2) is an empty shell. As tiresome as the first part was exhilarating, it is an incoherent muddle that is not even middling in terms of quality. Sexagenarian superstar Kamal Haasan, also the writer and director of this bloated mess, clearly used up all his ammo in the first go. Vishwaroop 2 is left working with low-yield leftovers.The world has moved on, terrorism has gotten much worse, and Mission Impossible has just delivered its best instalment ever. Vishwaroop 2, hopelessly stuck in the past, is a step backwards. Source : Visit site for more
On the whole, VISHWAROOP II is a highly avoidable flick. The film has too many tracks and the narration and execution is flawed and weak. Also at the box office, the film will have a tough time. Source : Visit site for more
In the first edition, the veteran star-actor led from the front: here the ‘dirty soldier turned bloody espionage agent’ is all thundery lines like ‘main mazhab nahin mulk ke liye khoon bahaata hoon’. But even he can’t rise above the shockingly inept script, which he rescues only in a few places, when his trademark intelligent, wry self-awareness manages to kick in. The rest can be safely ignored. Source : Visit site for more
Vishwaroop 2 is a spy thriller and it serves up some good genre aspects. The combat scenes, the stunts and the props all look like they belong to a big-ticket Hollywood film. But for all it’s frills, the film feels too stretched. A lot of the dialogue-heavy scenes featuring Shekhar Kapur and Anant Mahadevan don’t really make the cut. Vishwaroop 2 is a classic example of overkill. This multi-lingual film has been shot in both Hindi and Tamil. And despite having some genuinely good moments, the film tries to put forth a little too much, a little too quickly. Source : Visit site for more

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