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Nishikanth Kamat directed Force but the sequel is directed by Abhinay Deo. See more »
You're not a RAW officer, and you're not trained for such missions.
Those who were trained for this, are they still alive?
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The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to remove moments of strong violence, including blood spurts from bullet impacts, in order to obtain a 12A classification. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
"Force 2" is a treat for action film lovers. Despite few shortcomings, the stunts and nice action scenes will keep you engrossed
Action films based on Indian RAW agents have been fairly successful in Bollywood. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer "Ek Tha Tiger" was a blockbuster while Saif Ali Khan's "Phantom" was turned down by the audience even though both the films were made by Kabir Khan. The sequel to 2011's hit, "Force", "Force 2" is yet another attempt to salute the RAW agent, the unsung heroes of our country. Will it do justice to that ? Let us find out ...
Yashwardhan (played by John Abraham) partners with RAW agent KK (played by Sonakshi Sinha) to track down the mastermind criminal, Shiv (played by Tahir Raj Bhasin), who is on the verge of swiping out every RAW agent India has produced. The cat-and-mouse game begins which leads to the mystery behind the killing of the Indian RAW agent.
Directed by Abhinay Deo, who previous laugh-a-thon "Delhi Belly" and suspense thriller "Game", "Force 2" is a complete out-an-out action film which is a treat for action film lovers. The movie does start with a bang with the introduction of each primary characters and takes it forward. Initial few reels does have nail-biting moments like car lifting scene, the chase scene between John Abraham and Tahir Raj Bhasin in Budapest and the twist before the interval. However, the second half loses the steam and few of the action scenes looks repetitive. The good part is that screenplay will keep you engaged though it has share of flaws.
Few scenes will arise while watching "Force 2" - Why on earth a criminal be escorted to India from a foreign land only by 2 officers ? How come so many people start popping out every time Shiv is being taken away by India police? Despite, these shortcoming, I felt the thrills and punches are good enough to keep you at bay. Cinematography is good. I like the first-person camera fight in the climax. Art direction is just about okay. Dialogues are fine. Editing is bad and so is the music.
Performance wise, it is Tahir Raj Bhasin who walks away being a hero of the film. The actor is definitely talented but should do more variety of roles rather than doing the same stuff similar to "Mardani". John Abraham does a fine job as rugged and tough officer. Sonakshi Sinha could not do justice to her part this.
Overall, "Force 2" is a treat for action film lovers. Despite few shortcomings, the stunts and nice action scenes will keep you engrossed. Good 3/5
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