Drishyam 2 Review: Ajay Devgan and Tabu’s film Drishyam 2 has been released on theaters today. If you are planning to go to see the film, then first know its review.
Drishyam 2 Review: October 2 is a dry day, even if one forgets it, but on October 2 and 3, Vijay Salgaonkar’s family went to Panaji to listen to satsang. On 2 October, Vijay’s family had eaten pav bhaji, on 2 October Vijay’s family watched the film. No one forgets this. This is the effect of the 2015 film Drishyam. Although this film was a remake of Malayalam film named Drishyam, which came in 2013, but it was a tremendous success and is still fresh in the hearts of people. Now that its part 2 has come, the expectations are much higher than that. Drishyam 2 is also a remake of Malayalam film Drishyam 2 which came in 2021 and it is also available on OTT but still you can watch Ajay Devgan’s film Drishyam 2 because it is fantastic.
The story of Drishyam 2 begins from where the first part ended. The search for Sam’s body continues. Tabu has retired from the police but then comes to Goa and reopens the case with the help of the current IG of Goa and her friend Akshaye Khanna, but this time Vijay is caught. For this you have to go to the theatre.
How is the film?
The film stars slow in the beginning. Takes time to get to the point. You think why so much time is being wasted but after about half an hour when the first tweet comes in the film, you are surprised and after that this film does not give you a chance to get up from the seat. Shocking things happen one after the other and the climax is so tremendous that it gives you goosebumps.
Ajay Devgan is the life of the film. Ajay’s acting has taken the film to a different level. This time again he looks tremendous in the character of Vijay. Didn’t even feel that after years he is playing this character. It felt like it was shot immediately after the first part. Akshaye Khanna is the new entry in the film and he looks awesome. He brings a new twist in the film. Tabu and Rajat Kapoor’s work is good. Shriya Saran in the role of Ajay’s wife is also grounded like in the previous part. The work of Ishita Dutta and Mrinal Jadhav in the character of Ajay’s children is also good.
The first part was directed by Nishikant Kamat but he is no more in this world. This time the command of the direction was in the hands of Abhishek Pathak and he should be given full marks for this. He has given a wonderful tribute to Nishikant Kamat. After catching the pace, his grip on the film was not loose anywhere.
Overall, it will be fun to watch this film in the theatre. Vijay Salgaonkar is all set to surprise you again.
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