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It could be a better option if you do not have anything else to watch
SBGR was an average sequel to 2011's Sahib Biwi aur Gangster which has nothing much to offer except for good performances by the lead stars.
SBGR solemnly focuses on the war in the state of UP for ultimate power. Aditya Pratap Singh urges for the power , Indrajeet Singh wants to avenge by killing Aditya , Madhavi Devi wants get rid of her husband Aditya and Ranjana's father uses her to release his son kidnapped by Aditya.
Coming from the powerhouse director , Tigmanshu Dhulia who has given us wonderful Paan Singh Tomar, SBGR disappoints big time. Frankly speaking , I never liked the first part itself but my expectation was quite high as Irrfan Khan was added to star cast. The film gathers some steam in between but falls out in later reel. The movie has some strong performances and moments but it looses the track with half-baked screenplay. To make it worst , songs comes as a big hindrance.
Overall , I felt it was an unnecessary sequel to proceed. It could be a better option if you do not have anything else to watch. Average 2.5/5
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