The story of Race 2 starts with Ranveer Singh's
Ali Khan) girlfriend Sonia's (Bipasha Basu) murder and the
former's quest for revenge from the killer. A depressed and sombre
Ranveer heads to Turkey and meets Armaan Malik (John
Abraham), who has actually murdered Sonia.
Multi-millionaire Armaan is a man who loves nothing more than
money and Ranveer's motto is to destroy his girlfriend's killer, by
snatching away all his riches. This is where Ranveer meets the
super sexy Elena (Deepika Padukone), Armaan's sister,
who has no better job except getting onto the bed with the
Then, we are introduced to one more hottie Jacqueline Fernandes,
Armaan's loyal girlfriend or you may call her just a 'sidekick' in
the movie. You need not disturb your brain at all in the first half
as it serves no content, expect some eye-catching chiselled hot
bods, designer wardrobes, swanky cars and a journey to exotic
The sequel outshines Race in terms of majestic and
larger than life look. Well, I just can't afford to give a miss to
the electrifying 'cage-fight' of John Abraham, that certainly
remains the best part in the movie. Saif Ali Khan does a
commendable job in Race 2. He's shrewd, sharp and delivers
a solid performance.
The list of spoilers in Race 2 are too many to mention.
Say it the lazy plot, bad music, illogical content, fruit and nut
Anil Kapoor, dumb Ameesha Patel, expressionless Deepika and
Jacqueline, nothing is impressive about this wannabe
The worst part of Race 2 are those most annoying and
irritating sequences between Robert D'Costa (Anil Kapoor) and his
dim-witted assistant Cherry (Ameesha Patel). Ahhh, adding icing to
the cake, what might make you leave the theatre, are those cheap
and poorly written dialogues of the wannabe hot Cherry. On the
other hand, John Abraham's dry and pale act for the powerful role
of that of a millionaire gangster is slap on the faces of those,
who had monstrous expectation from the sequel.
Certain scenes in the movie are definitely well-thought out and
executed, but the excessively stuffed glitz and glamour quotient
act as serious spoilers.
Race 2 is all about show-offs, wannabes and a few
gorgeous sidekicks. Hence, it's definitely worth giving a miss. I
would give this a half point extra for the breathtaking 'cage act'
by John, hence two-and-half on the whole for this lame