The intertwined stories of an international Don in Malaysia, David Billa, chased by the cops, an Indian police officer, a woman who wants to avenge the death of her brother, and a lowly ... See full summary »
Citizen (Ajith), has many identities, as Anthony, Abdullah and Arivanandham. He has kidnapped three senior government officials and left clues as to why, which is tracked by the police. A ... See full summary »
Shiva a bus conductor has another face of life in which he helps the physically challenged with a series of robbery. Reason being quite personal because of the ill treatment of his mentally... See full summary »
Deena works as a ruffian for his brother Adikesavan, doing his dirty work. One day he meets Chitra and they fall in love. Meanwhile his sister, Shanti is secretly in love with Chitra's ... See full summary »
Ajith plays twins separated at birth, Jeeva and Guru. While Jeeva lives with his mother and is a driving instructor, Guru has become a gangster. Their mother sent Guru away in his childhood... See full summary »
David Billa a refugee comes to Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu and his journey begins into crime. Initially he starts as a local diamond smuggler. He eventually meets Abbasi, an underworld don in Goa and helps him out in a deal and wins his favor. For one of Abbasi's deals Billa goes to Georgia where he meets a ruthless international don Demitri. They get acquainted that creates a rift between Abbasi and Billa. A challenge is thrown by Billa to Abbasi and he starts building his own empire, which eventually results in Billa crossing swords with Demitri himself. The bloody battle begins in Goa and ends in Georgia. Written by
This is the first ever film of Ajith Kumar to be released in more than 1000 number of screens. See more »
The blood stain on David's shirt is spread out when he is fighting inside a building. When he comes out, the stain is not spread out and appears dark. And in the next shot, there is a new blood stain on his belly over the shirt. See more »
The biggest strength of Billa 2 is undoubtedly its hero. He does his part of looking good whenever he's allowed to, wields his gun in style and delivers the dialogs in his signature style. The film in general lacks pace and drama. The experimental style editing hampers the narrative than improve it. Though the film's not longer than a quarter and two hours Billa's story until his transition takes its own sweet time to unveil itself.
And yet you wish there was more to it than you saw, perhaps a bit more of drama. You comes out feeling his past somehow isn't as gruesome as to make him as dreaded a don as he later becomes, or his circumstances are not as cruel as to win our instant sympathy. Nor are his moves to eliminate his rivals as clever, calculating or cunning as we'd have liked them to be.
David Billa hardly has any fun in life except for that one dance instance. His intimacy with anyone, for that matter even his partner Ranjith played by Yog Jappee, who remains faithful to him throughout, is hardly ever explored.
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