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Movie Review: Vishwaroop II | Vishwaroop II movie review – Bollywood News in Hindi

Terrorism has become a global threat and its terror is felt all over the world more than ever before. Kamal Haasan took up the issue intensely in the 2013 film Vishwaroop, giving the film a good, novel touch and at par with international standards. And now once again, veteran versatile actor Kamal Haasan has come up with a sequel to his film, Vishwaroop II. So will this film be able to entertain the audience or will it just destroy the impact of the first part? Let’s review.

Vishwaroop II starts right from where the first film ended. The story of the film is of RAW agent Major Visham Ahmed Kashmiri (Kamal Haasan) whose wife is Nirupama (Pooja Kapoor). The story begins when Visham leaves Al Qaeda’s mission in Vishwaroopam 1. This time also Visham has to eliminate the terrorism spread by Umar Qureshi (Rahul Bose) under the mission. In the mission, he meets different types of people and incidents, facing which Visham has to face a lot of problems, meanwhile the story revolves around Salim (Jaideep Ahlawat), Visham’s mother (Waheeda Rehman), Colonel Jagannath. (Shekhar Kapur) and other characters also enter. There were also many ups and downs. Now can Vishaam put an end to the terrorism spread by Umar Qureshi or what happens in the end, you will have to watch the entire movie.

Kamal Haasan’s story promises a good, espionage thriller film but alas it doesn’t happen. Kamal Haasan’s script is very weak and disappoints. The sequences of the film are not well woven. Some of the individual scenes involving Visham and Nirupama and even Visham and his mother (Waheeda Rehman) are quite spectacular. Atul Tiwari’s dialogues are simple ham and not memorable.

Kamal Haasan’s direction is very poor and he badly misses the opportunity to take this franchise forward. There are many tracks in the film which have nothing to do with anyone and it completely spoils the fun of the film. But at the same time, there are some scenes in the film that work well – like the action scene of the beginning, the underwater action madness and the hero entry of Visham in the final.

The opening credits of Vishwaroop II are splendid and you would think that the scintillating first scene of the film will continue till the end. There are some serious action scenes in the first 15 minutes. But after that the film loses its grip. Apart from this, the film also does not reveal the secrets that were left unfinished in the first part of Vishwaroop. Intermission comes suddenly and in the second half a different chapter starts with no connection. It takes a long time for the film to return to its track.

Talking about acting, Kamal Haasan suits his character and tries to give his best shot. But poor writing and execution take a toll on his performance. Rahul Boss has a very small role. Pooja Kumar makes her presence felt in the sequel and gives her good performance. She adds some glamor to the film. Shekhar Kapur seems dependable. Waheeda Rehman looks lovely but her part seems to have been forced in. Jaideep Ahlawat only gets to do something in the end.

M Ghibran’s music is completely forgettable. The songs of the film do not show anything special. But the background score of the film is quite dramatic. Shammadat and Sanu John Varghese’s cinematography is eye-catching.

Overall, Vishwaroop II is a completely avoidable film. The film has many stories but none are well woven. The film will face a lot of difficulties at the box office.



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