MOVIE NAME: ” Pandem Kodi 2 “
Boxoffice70mm RATING: 2/5 (★★★★★)
Starring: Vishal, Keerthy Suresh, Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar
Directed by: N Linguswamy
Produced by: Vishal
Banner: Light House Makers
Music by: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Release Date: 18th October 2018
” Pandem Kodi 2 “ Review:
‘Pandem Kodi 2’ is Vishal’s 25th film as a performer. Since the film is a continuation of ‘Pandem Kodi’, a blockbuster, the film has created a great buzz in Telugu states.
We should discover how the film is…
Bhavani (Varalaxmi Sarathkumar), a dowager, promises to slaughter Gopi of the adversary town as she lost her significant other in group killings. In any case, Raja Reddy (Raj Kiran) secures him and furthermore endeavors to reestablish peace. He holds a town celebration to conciliate rain divine beings.
Around a similar time, his child Balu (Vishal) goes to his town. Presently Balu takes up the mantle from his dad.
Will Bhavani stay quiet? Will Balu prevail in his central goal?
Music: By Devi Sri Prasad has worked out okay on the screen.
Cinematography: By Shaktivel turns Good in this film.
Editing: By K L Praveen was Superb.
Direction & Written: Linguswamy obviously isn’t in his shape here.
Vishal as Pulivendula Puli has acted in his standard style. His screen nearness hoists a few arrangements. Raj Kiran as his dad gives nobility.
Varalakshmi as woman miscreant brings some oddity yet her portrayal is certainly not an ideal circular segment. Keerthy Suresh as evil town beauty is the genuine scene stealer.
It was “Pandem Kodi” that made Vishal prominent in Telugu states. The film that was discharged almost 12 years prior gets a spin-off at this point.
The milieu and the setup of this continuation are same as in the first aside from that the person who pledges to get revenge is a lady (played by Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar).
The other new thing is “7-days tirunallu/jathara”. The essence of the story occurs amid this time of jathara.
Like in the first, the film is set in Pulivendula and the story starts with Raj Kiran and backstory of group killings and opponent gatherings.
Raj Kiran’s child Vishal assuming responsibility to hold the jathara calmly is the center point here. The minute Vishal goes into the scene, the motion picture transforms into normal masala film with group battles and sentiment with chirpy town young lady.
As in the primary film, the sentimental track is engaging. Keerthy Suresh as bubbly young lady takes the show here. The film offers some great masala activity minutes. Vishal completing a long battle stunt amidst the celebration is the best minute.
In any case, the issue is that the film is excessively messy that it is hard, making it impossible to manage after a period, it harps more on “oora” mass components than the story. The portrayal nor is convincing.
Varalaxmi as Bhavani acts like a common male reprobate. Likewise, the group battles and activity stunts don’t add cognizance to the story. Executive Linguswamy obviously isn’t in his frame here.
By and large, “Pandem Kodi” is an ordinary mass motion picture with some great scenes all over, however it ends up being rationale less masala motion picture that is told in regular Tamil style and it needs a punch of the first motion picture. Pandem Kodi 2 Review