8 August 2011 | creedreaper
A Million times better than the first part.
Well where to begin, yes the concept is taken from a crappy made Korean movie The Chaser, but the storyline of Murder 2 is much different and aspect and feel of the movie is completely opposite from the chaser. It's dark, gloomy, scary, thrilling, and bone-chilling horror movie. It's been a looong time since I've seen a bollywood movie which kept me on the edge of my seat throughout.
Now to give u the sense of what I'm saying, if you have seen the movie SANGHARSH starring Akshay Kummar, Priety Zinta, and Ashutosh Rana, then you can expect something very similar in this movie. Murder 2 had the same feeling of Sangharsh but it's alooot more twisted and scary. My suggestion is to watch this movie alone at night with darkness. Now comparing this to the First Murder: First off THANK GOD this was not a sequel from the first movie, because that storyline was ridiculous and stupid. This part was totally different.
You can easily see how far of a better actor Emraan Hashmi has become from his younger days. He did an excellent job playing his role, never once he disappointed. Now onto Jacqueline Fernandez - Holy Smokes I had no idea she was this hot, I mean I've seen her in other small roles and item songs, but I was blowned away to see her amazing acting skills.
Now onto Prashant Narayanan - I saw this guy first in the movie Yeh Saali Zindagi. I really don't know who discovered him, but THANK YOU for giving him a break in movies. He's just a natural, his voice, his eyes, his personality is perfect for these kinds of roles. If you watch him in his recent movie Bhendi Baazar you'll see that he was born to do roles like this. I'm astonished to see how polished of an actor he is. Bollywood is lacking villains lately but looks like they have found the perfect one. I really really want to see him more in movies. WOW!!!
Overall: Compare to the trash bollywood movies that have been coming out lately, Thank God for this movie to arrive at the right time. I was not expecting much but it totally blew my socks away.
Well Done Bhatt Camp, Mohit Suri did yet another fantastic job on directing this movie. He has a really unique gloomy vision which really catches your attention.