Movie: Jolly LLB 2
Direction: Subhash Kapoor
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Annu Kapoor, Huma Qureshi, Saurabh Shukla
Music: Vishal Khurana
Cinematographer: Kamal Jeet Negi
Genre: Comedy, Drama
What is it about: This is a sequel to the 2013 super hit film Jolly LLB. In this Jagdishwar Mishra (Akshay Kumar), takes up a case after an unfortunate incident, which happens to be against the State. What happens during the case forms the crux of the story directed by Subhash Kapoor.
Why it’s disappointing: Nothing to be disappointed.
What to watch out for: The previous film was a great one, which went on getting rave reviews. And Subhash Kapoor didn’t spare this one, he did a great job in bringing out a sequel which is equivalent to the first film. The film follows a great notion and keeps the audience engrossed throughout the runtime. It perfectly brings out the flavour intended and doesn’t deflect at any point. The best part of the film was casting, which was perfectly etched out.
Akshay Kumar, is a favourite of the masses and he did a fantastic job once again, without a doubt. And he is one actor who can play comedy and drama at a perfect balance. As Jolly he did a commendable job, which is applause worthy.
Annu Kapoor, who was seen in a prominent role after a long period, was a perfect standout with Akshay Kumar in the film and he gave a great performance.
Saurabh Shukla reprised his role in the sequel and his introduction couldn’t have been better, a perfect one which cracked every soul in the cinema hall. A perfect character played by an apt talent.
Sayani Gupta may have a small stint in the film but a very prominent one and she did that with great diligence.
Huma Qureshi may have a small screen space, but she fills it with grace.
The cinematography by Kamal Jeet Negi was great and so was the crisp editing by Chandrashekhar Prajapati. The music was average but the background score by Vishal Khurana was gripping.
Verdict: Subhash Kapoor, did a fine job in building a court room drama, which engages you every moment. A perfect blend of talent and direction which went well without glitches. Definitely worth a watch.