Banner: Cinergy productions
Cast: Suriya, Vivek Oberoi, Shatrughan Sinha, Priyamani, Radhika Apte, Sudeep, Ajaz Khan, Subrat Dutta, Zareena Wahab, Tanikella, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Kitty and others
Music: Dharam- Sandeep
DOP: Amol Rathod
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Producers: Madhu Mantena, Sheetal Vinod Talwar, Chinna Vasudeva Reddy, Rajkumar
Release Date: December 03, 2010
A gripping tale, the sequel takes off from where Pratap Ravi (vivek) grows as a powerful force in politics and his supremacy gets a jolt with a bomb attack on his convoy. The reason for that is Surya Bhanureddy (suriya), son of Narasimha Reddy (kitty) who was killed by Pratap Ravi. Surya is taken over by the strong desire to kill Pratap Ravi as he becomes responsible for the death of Surya’s family. The bomb attack gets Surya into jail and here, he becomes friends with Muddu Krishna (aijaz), a hardcore killer. While Pratap tries in various ways to get Surya killed, Surya also has his own plans to kill Pratap. What happens from there forms the rest .
Suriya: yet again proved that he is still the best bet and has shouldered his role well.
Vivek Oberoi: does a good job as Pratap Ravi and he looks handsome and evil enough, this is an impressive act from him.
Aijaz Khan and Sudeep gave their best for their repective roles.Priyamani looks natural and she played her part well.Radika Apte was ravishing and beautiful.
Cinematography (by Amol Rathod) was impressive. Costumes were nice and the art department made its presence felt.Background score (By Dharam- Sandeep) is effective and goes with the mood of the film.
Ramu has something in him. He sees a frame that no one does in Indian cinema. What sets apart this movie from others is that you dont fall into the trap of mindset, psychology, heart breaks etc. It goes directly into a force called revenge and that to me takes the front seat in experiencing the emotion. He has not concentrated the evolution of anger or hate but shown the end result.Yet, the film does not, in any way, create the kind of impact that it was supposed to and, at many points, drags until you feel like branding it a ‘slow-motion’ film and there’s no reference to Pavan Kalyan. Overall,A biased approach by RGV.
BottomLine: There are some lines even RGV won’t dare to cross.