Ghayal Once Again Review
The story of Ghayal Once Again starts off where Ghayal had ended. Ajay Mehra (Sunny Deol) after spending 14 years in jail is back to fight corruption. The movie starts off with a climax scene from Ghayal when Sunny Deol kills Amrish Puri amidst police force and then surrenders, just to give a jist of the prequel to those viewers who would not have watched Ghayal.
Coming to the performances, every actor has done justice to his role, be it Narendra Jha, Tisca Chopra or the small actors who essayed the role of college kids and businessman's son. The only person we find faults in, is Sunny Deol who performed like it was a 1980's movie. Had he mellowed his performance and gotten away with unnecessary running etc, this movie would have got better rating.
If you have the courage to bare Sunny Deol's acting then you can surely watch for it is not as bad as one would expect it to be!
Ghayal Once Again is a shoddy attempt at reviving the classic revenge drama about avenging loose canon Ajay Mehra (Deol). Note to Deol (who has written, directed, produced and acted in Ghayal Once Again): what worked in the ’90s is unlikely to fly now.
The sequel to the 1990 hit ‘Ghayal’, which means wounded, is an assault on a viewer’s sensibility and is strictly for Sunny Deol fans.