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Drishyam 2 Movie Review | Dshyam Movie Review Not even a minute will move from the chair Vijay Salgaonkar’s story

Actors: Ajay Devgan, Tabu, Akshay Khanna, Shriya Saran, Ishita Dutta, Saurav Shukla, Mrinal
Director: Abhishek Pathak
Genre: Hindi, Suspense, Action, Drama
Time: 2 hours 20 minutes
Rating: 3.5/5

The date 2 October is known for the birthdays of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri. But for the past seven years, this date has acquired a new significance thanks to the film ‘Drashyam’. Vijay Salgaonkar (Ajay Devgan) plans to save his family on October 2. October 2 is mentioned several times in the film. After which this date is forever etched in the minds of the fans of this film.

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Story of ‘Drashyam 2’

‘I cannot live without my family and would do anything for them. Even if the world doesn’t call me selfish.’ From ‘Drashyam’ to ‘Drashyam 2’ this dialogue is the core of the story. Vijay Salgaonkar crossed all limits to save his family in Part-1. Now in the second part of the film, the dark truth of the past is coming out. In such a case, if Vijay calls himself selfish to save his family, will Vijay cross all the limits? The story of ‘Drashyam 2’ is woven in the tension of this mystery.

Several twists and turns in ‘Drashyam 2’

This is the reason why the audience was eagerly waiting for the second part of the film. The second part of the film is full of twists and turns and will not disappoint the audience.

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Review of ‘Drashyam 2’

‘Drashyam 2’ is an adaptation of the Malayalam thriller of the same name. The story of the film begins where seven years ago, Vijay walks out of the police station with a shovel but is unaware that there might even be a witness to his crime. However, his witness is also a murderer himself and has already spent time in prison. Now the story moves forward to the present day. After seven years, Vijay has fulfilled his dreams. He has become the owner of a cinema hall. Who is preparing to make a film on the story written by himself. His daughter Anju (Ishita Dutta) still remembers the past and goes into shock and has seizures. Younger daughter Anu (Mrunal Jadhav) has entered adolescence. Wife Nandini (Shriya Saran) shares her happiness and sorrows with Jenny (Neha Joshi) who has come to live in the neighborhood. However, the Salgaonkar family is unaware that the past has not left them behind. Economically Vijay has prospered but socially he is still viewed with suspicion. Questions arise as to whether he was a criminal. Meanwhile, the new IG Tarun Ahlawat (Akshay Khanna) gets transferred in Goa. Tarun is a friend of Meera Deshmukh (Tabu). Meera has moved to London with her husband (Rajat Kapoor). But he has come to Goa on his son’s death anniversary. Here the wounds of the son’s murder are fresh. He wants to put Vijay Salgaonkar and his family behind bars at any cost. Tarun supports her and also finds some evidence.

The case reopens in ‘Drashyam 2’

In the 2015 film, Vijay Salgaonkar leaves the police station with a shovel. There was a witness to the crime seven years ago and this is the reason why the police are considering re-investigating after all these years. While the first part of the film was a drag, the sequel also stands strong. The story in the film is not at all relatable but the film seems to be dragged somewhere. The Amitabh Bhattacharya composed song ‘Sahi Galat’ and the title track are good. The background score of the film is also good and adds more depth to the drama. All in all, the twists and turns in ‘Drashyam 2’ will not leave you out of your seat even for a minute.

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