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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 in order to obtain a 12A classification the distributor chose to remove moments of strong violence, including blood spurts from bullet impacts. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
Action is good but it was not good as the previous Force movie.
The last movie had some story but this one was so empty. The beginning has some story but after the interval movie has zero story. Now let's talk about acting, I felt Villain is the Hero and Hero is the Villain, I don't know why, but I felt it.
The villain of this movie was so good and He has done an amazing job. I really enjoyed villain acting scenes more than Hero's. I personally feel that Sonakshi Sinha is not an actress.
John Abraham: 7/10
Sonakshi Sinha: 3/10
Tahir Raj Bhasin: 9/10
Abhinay Deo done a great job doing Delhi Belly, but Nishikant Kamat is the best director for this kind of movies.
Overall Nice Movie, One-time Watch...
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