Kahaani 2 Movie Review :
kahaani 2 has a terrific,Contemplative and promising first half,But the second half is not all that good. You can without much of a stretch anticipate the wind. Curve is one of the best thing in the exciting movies,director Ghosh bombed in that part. This best of the film is that,Vidya gives a blending execution as a lead on-screen character. Without a doubt She is one of the finest performing artist as of now working in the Bollywood. The supporting performing artists are great — especially Kharaj Mukherjee, he made a fine showing with regards to. I can’t state this is an awful film,but likewise it’s not a decent film either. It’s a sort of medium motion picture where execution is the best part. Try not to expect something important like initial segment of Kahaani then you will be most likely baffled. All around acted however an empty one,you can watch it a solitary time.This spin-off coordinated by Sujoy Ghosh following a hole of four years is a whodunit that unquestionably serves up interest, yet neglects to keep a tight grasp on procedures all through its span. So not at all like the initial segment, that hit the ground running and set a benchmark in the class, this one does not have the shark-nibble. Be that as it may, you do put resources into Vidya Sinha, a harrowed, working mum from Chandan Nagar in West Bengal and her crippled high school little girl, who like most white collar class individuals beat obstacles to experience the monotonous routine. To such an extent, that when Mini disappears and Vidya meets a mishap, there is a feeling of void. Enter, Indrajit(Arjun Rampal), the cop-working on this issue, who is the first to find that the lady in a state of insensibility takes after Durga(Vidya Balan once more!), a school representative from Kalimpong, who is a criminal on-the-run.
Here say that the film works in light of the fact that Vidya the mother or Durga the killer are both acceptable and strong characters. Similar to the cop sorting the puzzle out. Furthermore, to give out much else about the plot is unreasonable.
Shot significantly during the evening and on genuine areas, the film has the true surface. On the off chance that you became hopelessly enamored with Kolkata in the 2012 excursion, you will love Kalimpong here. The foundation score gives stomach-ties (as it must) and the camera work is great.
Vidya, shorn of make-up and charm easily gets through her double part in autopilot mode. Arjun awes as the cop craving for an advancement and is conceivable as the spouse. In the event that you have a hunger for thrillers (though, with a few defects) try this one out.