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If you loved Jolly LLB 1, you may hate Jolly LLB 2!
I was thinking of going to see Jolly LLB 2 - but plan cancelled. Kyon?
Because this is a masala, melodramatic version of Jolly LLB 1 which I just loved for Subash Kapoor's matured, realistic and non-melodramatic presentation of the story.
But for some strange reason he decided to present the LLB 2 in a totally loud, melodramatic style. This film has things which I just Hate!
1. I hate unnecessary songs (which is very common in most Indian films)!
2. I hate melodrama and over-acting!
3. I hate "forced" comedies!
4. I hate "diversions" in a film which has no connection with the main theme!
5. I hate "over-stretched" things in a film.
6. I hate "unconvincing" climaxes (which is also very common in Indian films!
7. I hate these "end credit songs" (absolutely stupid idea)!
Jolly LLB 1, in contrast, is a much matured film made in a realistic manner. Humour is situational and "goes with the flow" - and not forced as in LLB2. Arshad Warsi is a much better actor Akhsay. Jolly LLB 1 is worth seeing a 2nd time (which I've done). But the same cannot be said of LLB 2.
In the past, I'd wasted my time and money watching cheap films (Veer, Independence Day 2, Rowdy Rathore, Housefull, Dishoom, Befikre) in cinema halls, without first reading the reviews.
I will not make the same mistake with LLB 2. No way!
PS: A reviewer here said: "I'm going with 8/10* stars and giving it a "CLASSIC" Verdict. " This is the reaction of an immature person who does not know what to call Classic and what not to call. Pathetic!
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