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The sequel returns with powerful punch Lines and Dialogues. Yet again Brilliance of director (also story,screenplay and dialogue writer) Tigmanshu Dhulia.Man abuse more because they don't cry,You have become so cheap i don't even have change to give you these kind of punch lines are soul of movie. Rest is just another power and sex oriented thriller.
Though its a delightful watch "Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster returns" could have been another class if editing was bit tighter. In between it seem dragging on screen while difficult to keep track of who is with whom and what's their purpose with their flipping loyalties. The relation between "Saheb and Biwi" is still unfathomable. When love becomes hate and when hate becomes love is enigma to decipher (Yet I believe such relation exists). Everything else just circle around power, politics and vendetta.
Jimmy Shergill (Saheb) and Irfan Khan (Indrajit Singh) doing their best as a central characters. Mahie Gill (Biwi) good but sometimes irritating with her tone and overdoing. Rest did their part. And one more thing I liked in both parts is back-ground scores. The score which was played before building of certain situations was pleasure to listen and provided some different feeling.
Verdict : 7.5/10 For Keeping conversations deadly but missing out bit of crisp editing.
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