The movie Satya 2 which is a sequel to Satya, does not match the first film. Sharwanand's performance is the main highlight in the movie. Interesting script and dialogues, Vikash Saraf's cinematography, Amar Mohile-Kary Arora's background score, well-choreographed action and stunts and a few technical stuffs are other big attractions in the film. But the big drawbacks of the movie are the slow-paced narration and uninteresting soundtracks.
It should be said here that most of RGV's gangster movies had same formula in terms of its story, whereas Satya 2 breathes some amount of freshness in this regard. Radhika Anand, who has written the story for the film, seems to have drawn inspiration from Mahesh Babu's Telugu film The Businessman and Upendra's Kannada film Super in parts. But she has tried her best to bring originality in the script. She has tried to narrate the current crime scenario in a different angle.
The underworld don in Satya 2 is not like the old ones. He is much more educated and unlike others, he consciously makes an entry into the mafia world. He has acquired lot of knowledge through research and study of mistakes made by all previous underworld dons. He starts a new underworld company that operates just like any corporate organisation. He also develops ways to deal with the modern day policing methods. Continue to Satya 2 movie review in the slideshow.