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Akshay Kumar is a brilliant advocate but Jolly the Judge wins Jolly LLB 2
Court room dramas are always a captivating watch and the Jolly LLb 2 court room scenes that occupy most of the second half are no different. While the story may not be as sharp as the original Jolly LLB the second part certainly keeps us engaged with powerhouse performances and witty one liners that kept me watching the action and laughing at the same time more on bollywood pataka.
Yet again Akshay Kumar makes his character Jagdishwar Mishra completely believable. From the look to the walk and the talk he has got the small town lawyer down pat. He begins as slippery eel out to make it big and ends up as protector of the law and the transformation is energetic and robust. Annu Kapoor who is pitted against Akshay Kumar is taut in his act, but the man who delivers the perfect courtroom pitch with witty one liners and strong screen command is the Judge played by Saurabh Shukla. What comes through is Saurabh's knowledge of the process and mechanics of the running of courts in India. Yet again an award winning performance for Sahrabh Shukla. Saurabh you are brilliant and it shines through in your act!
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