|Cast:||Kamal Haasan, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah|
|Directed by:||Kamal Haasan|
|Produced by:||Kamal Haasan, Chandra Haasan|
|Release Date:||August 10, 2018|
Vishwaroopam 2 - Story
After the successful attack on terrorist group and disruption of their plans in New York, Wisaam Ahmed Kashmiri (Kamal Hassan) and his team (Pooja Kumar, Andreah Jeremiah, Sekhar Kapur) are off to England on a mission and they uncover some of the biggest conspiracy which involves a higher authorities of Indian Government with terrorist groups. They get to know that the terrorists are planning to blast the biggest affecting atomic explosion to cause Tsunami and make the surrounded land infertile with the help of sunken bombs during the time of world war added cesium made bomb. How Wisaam Ahmed Kashmiri and his team stop these conspiracies and save the targeted places from terrorist organisations is rest of the story.
Vishwaroopam 2 - Star Performance
Kamal Hassan as usually portrayed his role with utmost perfection and he left no opportunity to showcase his dancing abilities. The innate shades of his character are well visible because of him playing it. Andrea Jeremiah is good in this part as compared to her role in the first part. Pooja Kumar has got meaty role in this part and performed her part well. Sekhar Kapur is good. Rahul Bose is fine in the role of Omar. Waheeda Rehman as Wisaam’s mother is good. Nassar is good in a brief role. All other actors are well casted and performed.
Vishwaroopam 2 - Technical Team
Production values of the film are decent as the terrorist set up and the way agents operate has been showcased on a good note. Music is a disaster and the background score is also stuck five years back which does not elevate the film. Camera work is top notch as the locales have been showcased on a good note. Telugu dubbing is decent. Coming to the director Kamal Haasan, he has done a disappointing job with the sequel. Instead of making it bigger and better, he has just dragged the simple story further and created another assignment for his cop character. Apart from showcasing some thrills in the first half an hour, Kamal makes the later part weak and wraps up things in a tizzy.
Vishwaroopam 2 - Analysis
On the whole, Vishwaroopam 2 is a disappointing sequel which has nothing going it’s way. It’s confusing, lacks proper screenplay and does not have the expected popcorn action sequences which was highlight of the first part. As the sequel was made years before, the story and narration lack the contemporary touch. All those who want to see the legendary Kamal Haasan on screen after a long time can try this film out but the the others can take this action entertainer easy and look for something else.
Vishwaroopam 2 - Trailer