Lead actors have shone in the movie with Raghava Lawrence literally stealing the show all the way. Kovai Sarala, as usual is at her comical best and Taapsee too has done a fair job.
Nithya Menon has played a special character and has delivered, so much so that one might think about her character while exiting the cinema hall. She surely creates an impact even though her character is short lived.
Comedy plays an important part in the film and hence all the comedians have been given enough screen space which has been utilized well.
The comedies are perhaps the highlight of the film, but it feels some of the slapstick comedy sequences looks repetitive.
Lawrence as an actor has improved so much compared to his earlier films - his interesting introduction block kicking off with an array of boneless dance moves is a treat to watch.
Verdict: Chills, comedy and entertainment guaranteed.
First things first - before you realise, two hours of the movie simply whiz past. The screenplay is so taut that you hardly realise time ticking. Quite a heavy story, told amidst crackers of comedy, this movie is a sure win.
All said and done, the summer has begun with a riotously entertaining movie. On a note to return yet again, 'Kanchana 2', or the third in 'Muni' series, nails it!
Verdict: Manage your breath between holding it in fear and laughing out loud.
The story is told in a brilliant manner. The screenplay left no loopholes. Lawrence as director really rocked making the movie more engrossing and racy; so much so that you really feel possessed by Kanchana 2.
If there are any minus points, technically speaking are drowned down in the intensity of Raghava’s performance and his amazing directorial abilities.
Verdict: A must watch movie. Kanchana 2 is a sure-shot winner. How could Rajinikanth go wrong in his predictions!