Dabangg 2 (Movie Review)
Rating - Two & Half Star
Cast - Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Arbaz Khan
Produced & Directed by - Arbaz Khan
What it is - If Dabangg was a "Biryaani" for you than Dabangg 2 will be a delicious "Daal Khichadi" for your taste. Its not a spoiler at all but the amount of entertainment was served by first Dabangg, the sequel is bit low on entertainment.
Story - The sweetly corrupt and the powerful Police officer Chulbul Pandey (Salman Khan) is transferred to Kanpur as a Police Station In-charge. Chulbul's happy life with wife Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha) brother Makhidas (Arbaz Khan) and Father (Vinod Khanna) gets disturb when he come across the villain Bachcha Bhaiyya (Prakashraj).
Bachcha Bhaiyya is a local Minister who does all illegal activities and exploits many innocent citizens by misusing his power. His two brothers "Genda" & "Chunni" always accompany him.
As Chulbul started destroying Bachcha Bhaiyya's illegal wisdom and also kills his men including his real brother Genda when he tried to kidnap a bride. But Chulbul had to pay for doing his honest duty when Bachcha Bhaiyya takes a revenge.
Rest of the story is how Chulbul fights back and all goes well with "happy-ending".
Music - The Composers Sajid-Wajid has again been successful in creating the perfect music which is suitable for the film. Pandey ji Bajave Seeti & Fevicol Se refreshes the mood. Even the other romantic tracks are not one to avoid.
Star Performances - This time Salman was on quite a low level as a Chulbul Pandey, he was not very funny. No doubt he was great at his real core i.e. an action. Sonakshi was again same dumb, she had nothing new to show and looked more fat than Salman. Its high time Miss Rajjo you should try something new rather than just being an icing cake in Khan's films.
Final Verdict - Needless to say that film is entertaining but it does not fulfill high amount of expectations. The film quite looked like that it has wrapped up fast after the interval. The main USP of Dabangg was its dialogue but the sequel has no any such dialogue that can be remembered one. Arbaz as a Director, still has lot of scope for improvement. The story development and the entertaining part could have been much better than what it was of first part.
Watch it or not - Its not fully Paisa Wasool but ya it is not even a waste of money. For one time entertaining time-pass and of-course you are Salman's fan, the ticket window is all waiting for you but if you don't wish to see an advance version of Bhojpuri films, then be a Santa-Clause and spend your money on your buddies on this Christmas eve.