|Directed by||Deven Bhojani|
|Produced by||Vipul Amrutlal Shah|
|Written by||Ritesh Shah|
|Starring||Vidyut Jammwal, Adil Hussain, Adah Sharma, Esha Gupta, Freddy Daruwala|
|Music by||Songs: Mannan Shah, Gourov Roshin
Score: Prasad Sashte
|Production Company||Sunshine Pictures, Pen Movies, Reliance Entertainment|
|Release date||03 March 2017|
|Running time||2 Hours 15 Minutes|
|Rating||2/5 (Two Star out of Five)|
Vicky Chaddha (Vansh Bhardwaj), a shadowy and powerful launderer, has been arrested in Thailand along with his wife Maria (Esha Gupta). Home Minister Leela (Shefali Shah), whose son is embroiled with the launderer, assembles a pliant team to bring Vicky and Maria back to India. The idea is to protect Vicky’s clients, rather than prosecute him, and cover the trail by killing him when the job is done. Bhaktawar (Freddy Daruwala) is a yes man, Sumit Gulati is a clueless hacker, and Bhavna Reddy (Adah Sharma) is a corrupt encounter specialist. Captain Karanvir Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jammwal), the maverick Indian Army commando from the first movie, forcibly joins the team to ensure that justice is done.
Commando 2 Movie Review
The most awaited action film Commando 2 has released worldwide on Friday, March 3rd. It is the sequel to the 2013 super hit film Commando: A One Man Army directed by Dilip Ghosh and feature Vidyut Jammwal, Pooja Chopra and Jaideep Ahlawat as lead characters. Now, sequel is directed by Deven Bhojani and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah under the banners, Sunshine Pictures, and Pen Movies.
When a film begins with a five minute action sequence, you know what to expect in the hours to follow. Since the film is about action, rather than acting, it is fitting that we first see Jammwal’s muscular arms and then his face. Vidyut Jammwal looks super-fit and is impressive with his agility. It won’t be wrong to say that he is strikingly good at hand-to-hand combat. Jammwal works hard to make Karanvir count, but he is defeated each time he has to open his mouth.
Apart from Vidyut, there is Adah Sharma, who plays a cop, with a heavy Hyderabadi accent, which gets irritating after a few minutes. The supposed comic relief didn’t work. The romance was not up to the mark too. Barring Esha Gupta’s ravishing looks and permanent smirk, nothing quite stands out in the film.
Commando 2 is purely and strictly for hardcore action lovers. 2 (Two Star) out of 5 star for this.