Critics Review

    • A decade later, the original film is brutally killed in what could be called a totally unnecessary sequel. Worst production qualities, horrible background music, jaded dialogues, cringe-worthy camera angles, script which is pointless and unimaginative makes this sequel quite disastrous.

      Give it a miss in theaters and watch the original at home if you want to save your money!

      A decade later, the original film is brutally killed in what could be called a totally unnecessary sequel. Worst production qualities, horrible background music, jaded dialogues, cringe-worthy camera angles, script which is pointless and unimaginative makes this sequel quite disastrous.

      Give it a miss in theaters and watch the original at home if you want to save your money!
    • Right from the first frame of the film, the film's director Aejaz Gulab (making his debut with this film) desperately tries to pick up where Shimit Amin left AB TAK CHHAPPAN. The sad part is that, while Shimit delivered a substantial AB TAK CHHAPPAN, Aejaz falters very badly with AB TAK CHHAPPAN 2, right from the word go.

      He fails miserably to keep the audiences engaged in the film's plot, courtesy, the directionless storyline, hopelessly and unbelievably poor camera work and very average performances by everyone. Aejaz Gulab, really, really has a long way to go as a director, if he wants to sustain himself in this field.
      On the whole, AB TAK CHHAPPAN 2 is a poorly made sequel and can be skipped.
     
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