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Chulbul Pandey is transferred and promoted to Kanpur. He is happily married with Rajjo. Kanpur witness a lot of criminal activities daily and kidnapping, rape and murders are done in broad daylight. The main antagonist/villain is Baccha Bhaiyaa, politician and a strong contender for the upcoming elections and Chulbul Pandey sabotages his political image by revealing his immoral activities to the public, media and police force. Chulbul Pandey takes Baccha Bhaiya head on & remains 'Dabang' as always Written by
Salman Khan is seen dancing on stage to Trinadadian singer Sundar Popo' s song " Philori Bina Chutney Kaisee Bani". The song was first presented in bollywood in the movie Ghar Dwaar. Ghar Dwaar had a cover version of the song with different lyrics. The song was called "Baaja Baja". See more »
In a scene where Baccha Bhaiya is going in his car 'Gomti Barrage Lucknow' is written in Hindi while Baccha Bhaiya is supposed to be in Kanpur not Lucknow. See more »
The credits in the beginning of the movie have clips used from its prequel Dabangg (2010) See more »
The Only Good Thing About Dabangg 2 Is It Doesn't Allow You To Sit Through The Whole Movie! GARBAGE!
So, I wasn't much looking forward to watch this and by an imminent release of Dabangg 3, I thought I could watch it.
Blast, this is just another gimmick movie like Ek Tha Tiger or Bodyguard or Son Of Sardaar (Ajay Devgn starrer). The common thing between these were - they don't induce entertainment. Dabangg 2 is just another Salman Khan flick which doesn't intrigue, doesn't entertain, but bores you to such a great extent, you save the remaining 90 minutes of the second half.
They thought Prakash Raj would make it like Wanted (another Sallu 'HIT' movie), but it fails. Arbaaz Khan sucks with direction, but Salman Khan helps a little. It is just like another sequel which lack the originality in plot and yet another saucy twist at the end. I quote "The gags, the stunts, the catch phrases, even the song placement at regular intervals give the film a very repetitive feel." So true!
You may/may not enjoy this, but if you are serious movieholic who adores Hollywood movies, you might HATE the franchise forever!
Chulbul Pandey is not arrogant, but the movie still keeps going because it isn't tedious like the first one. Dabangg 2 may qualify when it comes to monotony and clichés. But, let me remind you, this is no serious cinema! Watch at your own risk!
WATCH OUT FOR: SALMAN KHAN'S adaptation to the wacky, witty policeman!
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
Language: Mild; double meaning jokes | Sex: No | Mouth-Kiss: No | Violence: Not really | Nudity: No
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