Kahaani 2 Review: Durga Rani Sigh Movie Reviews by Audience
Kahaani 2 Review: Finally, Durga Rani Singh’s much awaited movies Kahaani 2 is released today, 2nd December, 2016. Kahaani 2 is not a sequel to the first part. But it is a stand-alone second instalment of a Kahaani series that director Sujoy Ghosh is interested in fashioning.
Sujoy Ghosh’s Kahaani 2 starring Vidya Balan and Arjun Rampal and this movie is an entirely different from first instalment.
Kahaani 2 Review and Rating:
Director: Sujoy Ghosh
Star Cast: Vidya Balan, Arjun Rampal, Jugal Hansraj, Naisha Singh, Tota Roychoudhary, Amba Sanyal
Kahaani 2 Rating:
Critic’s Rating: 3/5
Avg. Readers’ Rating: 3/5
Kahaani 2 Storyline:
Vidya Balan’s Kahaani 2 is set in Kolkata and is the story of Durga Rani Singh who has been blamed of kidnapping a 6-year-old girl named Mili, and murdering her grandmother. Kahaani 2 revolves around child sexual abuse.
There is also a parallel life she leads as Vidya Sinha, who has a daughter named Mili. Within 20 minutes or so, Kahaani 2 movie delivers a slew of shocks that send the female character reeling – and force the audience to sit up and be fully invested in the fate of the two central characters drawn into a veritable twister.
You will have to watch the Kahaani 2 to know about a veritable twister.
Kahaani 2 Review:
The first half of Kahaani 2 gives you all the possible thrills and chills as Durga Rani Singh sets out in a mission to save a child girl from a possible abuser.
In this movie Arjun Rampal plays role of Inspector Indrejit. He is totally convincing as an inspector who has been transferred to a small town and is waiting for a promotion so that he along with his family could shift back to the city.
Second half of this movie turns out to be slightly off track. According to audience Kahaani 2 has an amazing story with a message that has never been explored on Indian celluloid. Its screenplay is thrilling and intriguing right from the first frame to the very last.
Once again director Sujoy Ghosh has managed to thrill his audience, who are likely to sit on the edge of their seats while watching the film.