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Satyameva Jayate 2 Movie Review: This High-Octane Action Flick Is A John Abraham Fest All The Way

If you are a fan of the masala entertainers and love John Abraham thrice times infinity, watch this movie in theatres near you.

Satyameva Jayate 2
If you are a fan of the masala entertainers and love John Abraham thrice times infinity, watch this movie in theatres near you.

HAWAA ko toofan bante der nahi lagti, aur toofan ko rokne ke liye chatttan ki zaroorat padti hai

Filled with one-liners like these, Satayameva Jayate 2 which is the sequel to the 2018 superhit film by the same name, released in cinemas today. This is an out and out John Abraham massy show with not just one or two, but three of them loaded into one film. A shallow script filled with high-octane action scenes make this movie watchable for those looking for mindless action. 

Throughout the movie, Director Milap Zaveri, who is also the writer of the film, maintains that this movie is made for people who like the massy cinema of the 80’s. John Abraham plays the double role of two brothers, Satya and Jay, in an unending attempt to save the world from the bad guys: be it as a cop, or as a police officer.

In the second half of the movie we are introduced to the original vigilante, Dadasaheb Azad, who has also been portrayed by John, and is so heroic that he single-handedly ploughs a poor farmer’s field. 

You see the politician John and Cop John teaming up and saving the world one goon and a time and honestly, it’s so confusing to keep track of which brother is which that after a point you just watch the movie forgetting the logic.

John Abraham aces his triple role while putting his chiseled physique on display every now and then, while delivering cliched one liners all through the film. Divya Khosla Kumar joins the cast as a pretty face but doesn’t have more than a handful of dialogues apart from standing up against her father who is a corrupt politician.

Gautami Kapoor is convincing as Dadasaheb’s wife and Satya’s and Jay’s mother while Harsh Chhaya nails his part as the antagonist.

The soundtrack of the movie includes chartbusters like the remake of the megahit Punjabi song, Lehenga and of course, the show stopper Nora Fatehi’s sizzling number, which offer an extra dose of entertainment in the power-packed action film.

From doctors strikes, kids dying of food poisoning, flyovers collapsing and even the patriotism of Muslims being questioned, every single element of the movie will remind you of the classics of the legendary Manmohan Desai.

All these storylines are well told individually but don’t really end up syncing in together. The only highlight other than the otherwise high on drama film is its hardcore action scenes that John Abraham nails to perfection. 

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If you are a fan of the masala entertainers and love John Abraham thrice times infinity, watch this movie in theatres near you.

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