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- IMDB reviews – 4+ out of 5
- Audience – 4+
- Critics Average Rating: 4
The much-awaited film Drishyam 2 starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu, and Akshaye Khanna has finally been released. With Vijay Salgaonkar’s clever mind tricks, the movie Drishyam 2 promises to be an exciting thriller.
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The plot of the movie is introduced when Ajay Devgn says that, despite our greatest efforts to hide the truth from others through our words, Drishya (the location of a scene) never lies, captivating the audience. After a sluggish first half of development, the movie picks up its pace in the second half. The actor, who is reprising the role of Vijay Salgaonkar, had the crowd cheering and whistling with his performance in the movie Drishyam 2.
You can describe Abhishek Pathak’s film as gripping, nerve-wracking, or absorbing, but don’t compare it to the original 2021 movie starring Mohanlal. The movie starts slowly, but it quickly picks up with its unexpected breathtaking surprises.
The journey of each character in the film, which also stars Akshay Sharma, Ishita Dutta, Tabu, Shriya Saran, and Mrunal Jadhav, is well portrayed, as is the impact the incident has left on the family. The film did a great job of illustrating the courage, deceit, and dilemma of the average man.
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Review/Critics of the Movie Drishyam 2
Movie Drishyam 2 is mostly a gripping crime thriller, but it also has some funny and heartwarming scenes. The ability of Vijay Salgaonkar to quickly turn a situation around still exists.
The film is set in rural Goa where Vijay lives with his wife Nandini (Shriya Saran) and daughters Anju (Ishita Dutta) and Anu (Marinal). The film takes place seven years after IG Meera’s son was murdered.
Sargaonkar thinks his family will be safe no matter how hard the police dig the city. But it won’t be long before the evidence and witnesses are brought with him and his family to the police station once more. Now that he is the owner of a theatre, Vijay Salgaonkar is determined to realize his lifelong dream of making the movie he created.
Film DRISHYAM 2 Review: Performance
Ajay Devgn will return to the part of Vijay Salgaonkar, who now owns a theatre and resides in a lovely home with his wife and kids. It’s Ajay’s character that drives the story, and he once again justifies his role. Salgaonkar loves watching movies, especially crime thrillers, and will do anything to protect his family. Of course, the actor impresses us with his acting prowess.
In Drishyam 2 he plays the role of Vijay Salgaonkar’s wife Nandini, and her girlfriend Shriya Saran, who was always upset after the incident and died of suffocation. doing. She found a friend in her neighborhood who would open up to her. But is she her true friend? The answer lies in the Nandini vulnerability. Plus, she did a great job of immersing us in the story, and after Dishoom (2016), we’re happy to see her in Akshaye Khanna on the big screen. He investigates the role of IG Tarun Ahrawat who reopened the case to investigate what happened on October 2nd and 3rd and where Sargonkar hid Meera’s son’s body. Akshaye’s character is promising and brings flavor to the film. With his performance, he will once again take the world by storm and leave you wanting more.
Drishyam 2 Movie Review: Directing
Known for crime thrillers such as Section 375, Khuda Hafiz, his director Abhishek Pathak was impressed with this film. However, while the film slowly loses steam in the first half, it catches up with surprises in the second half. Despite the subplots, he managed the film’s narrative well. However, he may have missed some of the details in connecting the second part’s plot to the first.
DRISHYAM 2 Movie Review: Conclusion
If you like crime thrillers, Drishyam 2 is for you! Ajay Devgn’s film is a truly wholesome experience that will not only make you laugh but will also drop your jaw with a stunning climax and leave you clapping and whistling in the cinema. Starring: Ajay Devgan, Ishita Dutta, Akshaye Khanna, Shriya Saran, Tabu, Mrunal Jadhav.