Victory 2 Movie Review: A Perfect Masala Entertainer To Enjoy
Victory 2 Movie Review: The director Santhu has infused the masala elements which is usually found in most of the Bollywood films then and now. Check out our review right here...
Usually, masala entertainers are an escape for most of the people who lead a boring and a mundane life depending on their work and their lifestyle. Most of these flicks are considered to be loved by almost everyone and they are trending as well. Viictory 2 brings back those old memories to most of the adults of today.
The film happens to be the continuation of the predecessor which released back in 2013 and the plot reveals the flashback of it in the opening credits. The film revolves around a bunch of family members who have greedy ideas to grab the property of the family for their own selfish needs and the chaos get involved because of it. It is time for Chandru (Sharan) and Maams (Ravi Sankar) decide to team up and find a solution to end this menace once and for all.
Sharan, who plays a double role in the film has a very good comic timing in the film and most of us will be expecting something new after the predecessor offered us wholesome entertainment which most of us go LOL because of it. But the only thing which is quite not-so-comforting is the double meaning dialogues which most of us are tired of hearing it.
Asmita Sood and Apoorva Arora, who are playing the leading ladies in the film add a lot of glamour quotient to the movie. But there is no depth in their characters and it is quite underwritten as well.
The new director Santhosh, who took over the sequel has added all the elements in it which have the potential in them to attract the audience with a unique storyline and give some laughs works well.
But it seems quite lazy and "beating around the bush" like moment during the progress of the film.
The only saving grace of this film is none other than Arjun Janya who has given a very good background score to the film which will cater most of the youngsters this forthcoming weekend.
As the festive season is coming closer we might be looking for a laugh riot.
Overall, the film is light-hearted comedy entertainer which is weak on story but full marks for entertainment.