Kick 2 has all eyes on it since its prequel went on to become a blockbuster and was remade in to all the major languages in India. To know whether Kick 2 lived up to its previous version, check out the review.
Kick 2 Story:
Kick 2 struggled to maintain the basic essence of its prequel but has taken a different route in the lead character's portrayal. While it's all about Kick in the previous version, now you get to meet a person who put his comfort on the top.
Where did his obsession for comfort take him? What role does Bilaspur village and its people play in his life? Did he stand for his comfort through out? This forms the crux of the story.
Ravi Teja gets another tailor made role to play and he delivers a vibrant performance with his unusual timing and amazing screen presence. He has taken the film to a new level with his energies while Brahmanandam completely complemented him in the first half.
Rakul Preet Singh gets a whole new characterization and the long legged lass pulled it off effortlessly. Ravi Kishan though enacted his role perfectly, his terrible lip sync might spoil the things for you if you are a keen observer.
Director Surrender Reddy appears to have lost somewhere between the pressure of delivering a different concept like Kick and in dealing the idea of 'comfort'.
Music By S S Thaman stands out and he once again proves his special love for Ravi Teja. Though the placement of couple of songs were bad, songs filled in the extra energy while back ground score increased the tempo.
Editor Gautam Raju should have put his scissors to best use to avoid lengthy comedy episodes. Cinematography by Manoj Paramhamsa, NTR Arts production values and especially DI of the film were absolutely top notch.
Tollywood appears to have missed a hat-trick with Kick 2 after blockbusters like Baahubali and Srimanthudu. But it did not miss its winning streak. Kick 2 comes out as a winner if you are comfortable watching the same old slapstick comedy and emotional drama, with a bit of twist here and there.
Movies opens up with a caution from NTR for audience to be careful while driving to avoid road accident and he pays his tribute to his brother, Janaki Ram.
Ravi Teja plays Robinhood ka Comfort Robin hood in the film while, Rakul plays Chaitra.
Kick & Comfort
It was a happy scene it see both Father Ravi Teja, Shyam and Comfort Ravi Teja to see together. Kick establishes the character of comfort with his narration.
Rakul gets to play a different role with a twist, which has a lot of scope for performance.
Songs were huge add on though there were placed terribly.
The actor looked little aged after shedding few kilos for his role.
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