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Conjoined twins Vimalan and Akhilan involve themselves in a series of deaths involving their father's company. However, the truths that they initially uncover lead to a bigger conspiracy, one that spans across the globe.
Duraisingam (Suriya) has gone undercover and is working as an NCC officer in a school in Thuthukoodi. He feels something fishy is happening in the seas around the coastal town. There are two bad guys Bhai (Mukesh Rishi) and Thangaraj (Rahman) who control the coastal belt with their nefarious activities. Meanwhile Sathya (Hansika) a student in the school falls for Duraisingam due to his daring acts. However, he still loves Kavya (Anushka) and is waiting to marry her. Meanwhile the bad guys join hands with an international drug dealer Danny (Danny Sapani) to flood the market with brown sugar. How our one-man army defeats the evil forces is what the rest of the film is about.Written by
The UK release of the film was cut, in order to lower the rating of the film from '15' to '12A' the distribution company opted to make numerous cuts throughout the film (amounting to 57 seconds in total) in order to remove moments of strong bloody violence (sight of a man being repeatedly stabbed in the belly, several scenes where there was close-up dwelling of blood spurting out when people were shot, and slow-motion focus on blood gushing from a man's mouth during a fight). The cut UK edit was also released in Ireland uncut with a '12A' rating. See more »
Singam 2 - High in mass and less in class and logic
Singam 2 (2013) Review:
This film is definitely a bigger sequel but if you analyze the concept of class vs mass in this film the later takes over. The mass part takes over at the cost logic and class. What do you expect from a 100% raw commercial movie? If your answer is a movie with some repeated nonstop heroic action packed stunts rather than some reasonable screen play, story and stuff. Get in for one and only Surya who is bagging the entire movie with his fierce looks and eyes popping out of anger to finish his enemies trio.
Coming to the casting of course Surya sweeps it all. About lead heroines of the movie, Anushka had nothing but few songs and scenes, Hansika had some role but she hardly fits to the role as a school student in Thuthukudi. The movie also had plenty of other known faces but none had much contributory screen space to show case their role properly.
Coming to the technical parts of the movie, direction and cinematography was so average. Music got so repeating tunes from the first flick. It was so annoying and irritating to look at the amateur level of graphics in the movie in many places.
The story started from what they left in the last movie. But I guess from the last scene of the first movie it was very implicit that Anushka and Surya got married and they were on the way to Thuthkudi where I remember Anushka was with her newly married style of makeup. But totally this was the other way around in this movie like they didn't get married and so on.
But if you are a die-hard fan of Surya and wanted only hero kicking and fighting the villains get in for this movie and enjoy.
Verdict: Singam 2 total Surya mass and nothing else.
-Reviewed by Sivakumar Balachandran
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