Vishwaroopam 2 Telugu Movie Review

Aug 10, 2018 By NR

Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri (Kamal Hasaan) after assisting the US Forces in thwarting a deadly attack in New York is now assigned another task in the United Kingdom. He is attacked right after his landing along with his Handler, Team, and Wife in the UK. They suspect a conspiracy and as they try to find out the black sheep, Omar (Rahul Bose) is still alive has other plans and the Rest is how Wisam emerges victorious in the mission.

Kamal Hasaan is Pretty Good as usual. Pooja Kumar who played Kamal's Wife, Andrea Jeremiah who is Kamal's assistant, and Shekar Kapur are Good too. Rahul Bose is terrific as a villain. Waheeda Rahman is good as a mother suffering from Alzheimers.


l Haasan who is the writer, as well as the director of the movie, struggled in both the departments. The movie gave a feel we are watching a DVD of deleted scenes of the first part. Ghibran's Background score is a major plus and the Songs are ordinary. Cinematography handled by multiple cinematographers is Adequate. Editing by Mahesh Naryanan is Okay. The action is Ordinary although a bit Realistic which is not impressive like the first part. Dialogues are boring.

Vishwaroopam 2 is largely disappointing, unlike the first part. The film has got a Back and Forth Screen-play route with Prequel episodes being a bit better. Since the audience knows the characters from the first part and added to that improper narration with poor scenes, the movie is quite boring. The rushed climax makes things further predictable.

Vishwaroopam 2 is largely disappointing, unlike the first part.
Rating: 3.3 / 10