Vishwaroopam 2 Full Movie Review and Rating

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Average Critics Rating: 2
Total Critics:11

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Viswaroopam 2 - Disappointing sequel
Rating: 2/5

www.teluguodu.com

Fails to connect
Rating: 2.25/5

www.123telugu.com

Clumsy Sequel
Rating: 2/5

www.greatandhra.com

Messy Sequel!
Rating: 2.5/5

www.gulte.com

'Vishwaroopam-2' could have been a much better movie with mainstream writing
Rating: 2.5/5

www.indiaglitz.com

Kamal Haasan, the actor, loses out to the politician
Rating: 2.5/5

www.hindustantimes.com

Vishwaroop 2 is a classic example of overkill
Rating: 2.5/5

www.timesofindia.com

An incoherent mess
Rating: 1.5/5

www.theindianexpress.com

A fitting sequel to the masterpiece
Rating: 3/5

www.behindwoods.com

too dialogue-heavy for an action thriller
Rating: 2.5/5

www.thehindu.com

Kamal Haasan's one-man show
Rating: 3/5

www.sify.com

Vishwaroopam 2 Full Movie Review and Rating

Vishwaroopam 2 Story:

Wisam (Kamal Haasan) is court-martialed by the army on the pretext of having misbehaved with Ashmita (Andrea) his co-trainee. Al Qaeda chief Omar(Rahul Bose) wants to take revenge on Wisam for deceiving him and murdering his family.

Wisam is set on a mission to diffuse a nuclear bomb in London. He is accompanied by his wife Nirupama (Pooja) and Ashmita. After accomplishing, his team returns to India. Meanwhile, terrorists are on hunt for him. They kidnap the two ladies. Terrorists headed by Omar on big plant numerous bombs for upcoming Independence Day. Wisam has to save his ladies and also the nation.

Vishwaroopam 2 Review:

The film is continuation of first part of Vishwaroopam. Wisam’s Kabul flashback episodes keep repeating in the movie. It seems like Kamal Haasan made a lengthy film and split it into two, therefore first part  scenes keep repeating.

Non-linear and complex screenplay confuses. Slow paced narration with too much of dialogue exchange further irks. Story appears messed up with no proper motive. First half is somewhat interesting with couple of action episodes. Post interval, film goes haywire. As soon as some exciting mission starts it is abruptly concludes with no proper justification.

The film lacks the thrilling stunts and  chase episodes like first part. Unnecessary romantic track between lead pair and forced sentimental scenes burdens the audiences. Redundant scenes of Kabul action block makes it weary. Underwhelming climax adds to the disappointment.

Technically:

Vishwaroopam 2 is technically brilliant. Aimless story and screenplay plays spoilsport. Stunts are well choreographed but not upto the mark. Background score is decent but songs are boring. Kamal Haasan fails with direction this time.

Performance:

Of course, Kamal Haasan is terrific as camouflaged espionage. Pooja Kumar is good as spy wife. Andrea has got a decent role with ample scope. She also does couple of stunts. Sekhar Kapur and others add star value.

Bottom-line: “Indiscriminate Spy Thriller”

Cast: Kamal Haasan, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah, Shekhar Kapoor, Rahul Bose

Director: Kamal Haasan

Music: Ghibran

Cinematography: Sanu Varghese, Shamdat Sainudeen

Banner: Raaj Kamal Films International, Aascar Films PVT. Limited

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