Chandramukhi 2 review: Rajinikanth’s superhit gets a new twist, the story is the same but Raghav-Kangana’s acting is strong.
Mumbai. This weekend is going to be something special for the cinema world. Many Bollywood and South films have been released on Thursday i.e. 28th September. Among these, ‘Fukrey 3’, ‘The Vaccine War’ along with South’s ‘Skanda’ and ‘Chandramukhi 2’ have been released. There was discussion for a long time about the second part of Rajinikanth’s hit film ‘Chandramukhi’. The film is now in front of the audience and it is getting mixed response. The film is being described as a mass entertainer and the acting is being praised. Come, let’s talk in details…
Movie: Chandramukhi 2Director: P. Vasumusic: MM KeeravaniCast: Raghava Lawrence, Kangana Ranaut, Radhika Saratkumar, Mahima Nambiar, Lakshmi Menon and others.Genre: Comedy HorrorRuntime: 171 minutes
Story: The story of the film revolves around a rich family. The family comes to their ancestral home for a puja related to their family. But unknowingly, Chandramukhi and Vaittian awaken the king again. After this the story reaches the end with a touch of comedy and horror. The film is the second part of Rajinikanth’s film ‘Chandramukhi’ released in 2005. The story of such a film has similarities with the first part.
Acting: If there are two faces that fascinate in the film from beginning to end, it is the lead actors of the film. The character of Saravanan and Vaittian Raja is played by Raghava Lawrence. Raghav has done such films before also, so he fits perfectly into his character. Besides, his comic timing is also very good. Apart from this, Kangana Ranaut has played the character of ‘Chandramukhi’ and there is no doubt that she has done complete justice to her character. In some scenes she surprises the audience.
Direction: The story of the film keeps you engaged from the first scene till the last scene. While the first half is completely tight, the second half takes the audience to a different world. The getup of the actors and the horror scenes in the film attract. Director P Vasu has tried to work well on every part of the film, which is visible on the screen.
Overall the film is a masala family entertainer, which can be watched once.
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