Murder 2 Review
Adding up to the sequel trends, the Bhatts bring us the second installment of Murder, a 2004 release. Though released seven years ago, the film still holds the attention of the audience and obtains high TRPs when aired on small screens. The reason being simple, the spellbinding story, great music and proficient performances with sizzling chemistry makes the film a money spinner till date. Following the legacy of bringing an innovative story on high sexual content (this has always proved to be a winning blend), Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt bring to us Murder 2.
Murder 2 is set in Goa with a Christmas and New Year celebration backdrop. Huge crowd on the streets and beaches, popular tourist destination, happy atmosphere, etc makes it difficult for the authorities to trace down one serial killer, who is spoiling the entire atmosphere. A serial killer story has always proved to be interesting with high thrill and slasher content.
Arjun (Emraan Hashmi) is an ex-cop who earns money by doing odd jobs for gangsters and flesh traders. Priya (Jacqueline Fernandez) is a model in love with Arjun. But he is hesitant to commit to this relationship.
A Goan flesh-peddler called Sameer is suffering heavy loss as his hookers have been disappearing mysteriously. Sameer assigns Arjun to trace the missing girls. Arjun finds that all those girls are connected to one cell phone number and makes a plan to catch the antagonist Dheeraj (Prashant Narayan). He decides to send a girl to the particular customer. Reshma (Sulagna Panigrahi) becomes the innocent prey to the plan. She is a college student who takes to prostitution to support her family. The unexpected happens and both Dheeraj and Arjun land up at the police station. While Dheeraj admits his crime, Arjun gets one night to find all proof against Dheeraj and also to trace Reshma