Ravi (Ravi Teja) works as a collection agent of ICICI in Bangalore and leads a happy life along with his friends and his father Mohan Rao (Prakash Raj) who wishes to see Ravi married to a ... See full summary »
Aakash is a guy who wants to become popular. He hits a state minister and joins him. He slowly becomes a friend of the home minister and falls in love with home minister's daughter. On the ... See full summary »
Rama Rao (Jr. NTR) is the son of Ranjan (Mukesh Rishi) who works as an assistant to Mafia Don Saadu Bhai (Kelly Dorji) is an IPS Aspirant. However, he is rejected from police work due to ... See full summary »
Daya a fully corrupted officer who is bought up as an orphan, reasons with his girlfriend to bring justice to a girl. He is changed in the process and also finds the characteristics of a family he missed in the people he brings justice to.
Kick 2 maintained the basic essence of its prequel but has a taken a different route in the lead character's portrayal. While it's all about Kick in the previous version, now you got to meet a person who put his comfort on the top. Where did his obsession for comfort take him? What role does Vilaspur village and its people play in his life? Did he stand for his comfort through out? This forms the crux of the story. Written by
n the first part of Kick, Ravi Teja was portrayed as a sort of Robin Hood who steals money for a right purpose and does everything in life for the sake of some 'kick'. The sequel focuses on his son who is named after Robin Hood. Ravi Teja looks lean to put it in short. Given that his new look is still debatable, let's skip that for another day. As for his performance, he is his usual energetic self and like the first part, he carries the entire film on his shoulders. Of course, there are hordes of character artistes and villains which has become a norm these days, but Ravi Teja pulls off the film with his charisma. Rakul Preet Singh is a good choice for Chaitra. She looks good dancing around in Europe and is equally at ease being a village belle in Vilaspur. Of course, she also adds the much-needed glamour to an otherwise drab second half. Highlights: Cinematography Thaman's songs Some hilarious scenes in the first half Drawbacks: Outdated story Lethargic screenplay Lack of entertainment post interval Lacking novelty factor in each aspect of the movie Lengthy runtime Bad climax
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