John Abraham and Divya Khosla Kumar in the lead role are deafeningly loud and bombard you with every cliché in the book

Positives: Some of the action scenes click, and in honor of director Milap Zaveri, he manages to initiate recent tumultuous events that shook the nation like doctors’ strikes, several children dying in a hospital due to food poisoning, followed by a lack of oxygen bottles in, flyovers that collapses, or the patriotism of Muslims being questioned. Additionally, John Abrahams swag in his Jay avatar is to die for. The twist in the interval is also something you do not see coming. Read also – Kaun Banega Crorepati 13: John Abraham collapses in front of Amitabh Bachchan; leaves Satyameva Jayate 2 co-star Divya Khosla Kumar emotionally charged

Negatives: With the first Satyameva Jayate, Milap Zaveri had made a very enjoyable masala film that took us on a pleasant nostalgic ride in the 70s and 80s. He followed this up with an extra oily omelette known as Marjaavaan, which took us on a different nostalgic ride, of the exaggerated masala variant of yesteryear – those not made by names like Manmohan Desai, Nasir Hussain or Prakash Mehra. That movie managed to click moderately for some reason at the box office (I always think the audience is king and their verdict is non-debatable, but even I could not fathom this one), which gave Sidharth Malhotra a much-needed hit in negotiating and give Milap further impetus to go from said extra oily omelet to totally roasted omelet, which he has done with Satyameva Jayate 2. Read also – From Janhvi Kapoor to Malaika Arora: Bollywood hotties turn on fireworks in hot pink outfits

It is eardrum-splitting high; the dialogues are written in such an absurdly poetic way that Gunda’s remarks suddenly seem straight out of Shakespeare; The emotions and the script are so melodramatic that you are forced to roar with laughter or risk questioning the morality of your life choices; religious clichés are amplified to the utmost in a feeble effort to please everyone; and nationalism is played with such a hyper-effect that one could jovially think of leaving the theater and hurrying to hoist the next flag if the reality of the time we live in was not so disturbing where people’s identities are questioned. , right and in the middle. Read also – This week’s worst dressed celebrities: Nora Fatehi, Urvashi Rautela, Kajol’s fashion choices are shockingly bad

Satyameva Jayate 2 gives masala movies a bad name and dilutes all the good efforts of filmmakers like Rohit Shetty or Sajid Khan or even Milap Zaveri’s very own Satyameva Jayate part 1 giving Bollywood bashes more fodder to beat hindi cinema’s most traditional and home-grown approach to. filmmaking. To make matters worse, Divya Khosla Kumar’s performance is so eerily poor that you’re wondering if she was reciting her dialogues about battery status.

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