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Jolly LL.B 2 is a sequel that promises riveting courtroom drama and a few moment that will make you either smile or laugh, and are commendable. There are some references to the first film as well. This review will cover most aspects of this movie.
CAST/ACTING: Akshay Kumar as Jolly has done a marvelous job. He fits into the role and his style of comedy and action gives the audience a broader smile. Huma Qureshi and Annu Kapoor have both equally topped their previous performances. A considerable mention needs to go towards Sayani Gupta as a rising and upcoming star. Her performance is brilliant as a pregnant justice-seeking woman. Saurabh Shukla reprises his role as a quirky judge, but even quirkier. Everyone else does a good job. I think that Kumud Mishra does fall behind a bit as Suryaveer Singh but it isn't too evident.
DIRECTION: Subhash Kapoor has outperformed himself from the first film, Jolly LL.B. He has tried to make this different from the first film and focuses more on the action scenes and intensity of this. This is done well. The comedic moments are good, but don't last throughout the duration of the movie.
WRITING: Amazing job by Subhash Kapoor and aimed at everyone!
MUSIC: Nothing too special. 'Go Pagal' is your typical party song set in Holi with a little twist. 'Bawara Mann' and 'O Re Rangreza' are nice, soulful songs. 'Jolly Good Fellow' is good and loud.
DIALOGUES: The dialogues are spot on. They carry meaningful and funny messages, as the ones in the trailer. Some dialogues are laughable at but if you're expecting a high-end dialogue-dependent comedy like 'Housefull 3', then you're mistaken.
The first half is very well entertaining and carries all the comedic moments you wait for, so it's not a long wait. The second half focuses on the intensity of the courtroom, although on of the most funniest moments is hidden there.
Althogether, Jolly LL.B 2 is an entertainer, but however, when it tries to compete for comedy against its predecessor, then Jolly LL.B 2 falls behind against Jolly LL.B. Nevertheless, I would encourage you to go and watch this film for some solid entertainment.
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