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Darling 2 movie review is here. Starring Kalaiyarasan, Rameez Raja, Maya, Kaali Venkat, Hari and Ramdoss in important roles, the film is directed by debutant Sathish Chandrasekaran.
Thanks to its title and pre-release hype, which claimed that the film is based on real life incidents confronted by the director himself, Darling 2 had gathered some expectations prior to its release. Has it delivered what it initially promised to? Continue reading our review to know.
Darling 2 Plot:
Darling 2 has a plot which 8 out of 10 horror flicks usually have. In this case, the film narrates the love story of Ayesha, played by Maya, which forms the flashback portions.
What happened to Ayesha's love and how does it concern a group of friends, (played by Kalaiyarasan, Kaali Venkat, Hari and Arjunan), who plan a fun-filled trip to Valparai forms the crux of the story.
Performance wise Darling 2 comes across as a disappointment, just because of the fact that it boasts of some wonderful performers who have not been utilized well by the director.
Ramdoss and Kaali Venkat are the guys who have attempted to evoke laughter. Their attempt goes in vain and that's just about it.
Maya, portraying the role of Ayesha, looks apt for the role. Having said that, the girl needs to emote well.
The only bright spot comes from the technical department, more so from cinematography and background score.
While camerman Vijay Kartik Kannan has used interesting angles and slick visuals, Radhan's BGM is apt for a horror-thriller, adding solidity to Darling 2.
Screenplay though is slow and doesn't fascinate at all. Narration too, has gone for a toss, giving us the impression that director may not have invested time in the narration aspect of the movie.
Darling 2 is just another horror film which neither spooks nor entertains.