The story begins with some real flashback scenes from first 1 to associate the present story. Wisam Ahmad Kashmiri (Kamal Haasan) is seen flying with his two cuties Nirupama (Pooja Kumar), Ashmita (Andrea Jeremiah) and senior Colonel Jagannath (Shekhar Kapur). Subsequent to destroying Omar’s (Rahul Bose) atomic bomb in New York, the group presently travels to India having a bypass from the UK to turn away another mission.
In a flashback succession on the plane, we perceive how Ashmita prepared under Wisam amid her military days and how it could’ve been a romantic tale. The movie isn’t appropriately a continuation since it has numerous flashback scenes as it goes about as a prequel and spin-off of Vishwaroop. Some unrevealed certainties get revealed about Wisam’s contribution with Omar and the Al Qaeda group and how he arranged Omar’s capture. Omar hits back and this time in India. Wisam endeavors to counter his assault and defuse his bombs previously the clock runs out.
Just to elucidate, I get a considerable measure of detest messages for brazenly bashing movies with unforgiving words. If it’s not too much trouble note, I don’t bash stars or even the procedure of the movie, I simply ensure not a solitary regular man squanders their well-deserved cash on films we get the opportunity to look for nothing. Vishwaroop 2 is much the same as the way toward bouncing from a plane in an expectation that parachute will open however it doesn’t. A super long first half of around one hour thirty minutes appalling story associate forcedly included songs and mother-son parts, cheap use of green screens; Vishwaroop 2 has numerous things conflicting with its support. An exceptionally all around arranged submerged actins scene, a hand to hand battle with no bgm; these are few pluses I could note down. In fact a miserable end to an establishment I had high expectations from.
Kamal Haasan proceeds with a comparable performance from the first part. Pooja Kumar enhances radically from section 1. She hammed a considerable measure in the prequel yet here she performs well. Andrea Jeremiah was tantamount to the primary one she looked as hot as ever. Rahul Bose is scarcely there short the lousy climax. His character gets squandered when he was such a vital piece of the prequel. Jaideep Ahlawat is just about better than average as he was in Vishwaroop part one. Waheeda Rehman is wasted. Kamal Haasan’s fixation for making a colossal film is unmistakable all through. Tragically, there was no solid story to back this one.
If you’ve seen Vishwaroop part one, don’t go for this one, the film is a total disaster
My Rating: 1.5/5