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The Silence Of The Lambs & The Chaser juxtaposed together with a hot, useless actress and a serial kisser. And you get Murder 2.
I don;t why Wikipedia says it is a quasi-sequel to the 2004 film Murder. But, as in this film, the plot is too cheesy and copied from both of the aforementioned hit films. Emraan Hashmi is lukewarm while the vindictive villain does a very good job. Jacqueline is a waste and no pivotal role to play.
Overall, performances were appreciative and the songs were very good. Direction is average and cinematography is poor. Lots of plot holes and goofs here and there makes this one watchable, NOT!
BOTTOM LINE: It is yet another Bhatt gimmick and there's no entertainment in this. Only gore & stupidity.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NO
Language: Critical | Sex: Critical | Nudity: Critical | Mouth-Kiss & Foreplay: Very Critical | Smoking, Alcohol or Drugs: No | Violence: Critical | Gore: Very Critical
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