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- Billa 2 Movie Review
- Actress Kajal Aggarwals double bonanza
- Billa 2 rocks, say fans
Posted: 13 Jul 2012 11:45 AM PDT
actress, surprisingly, will be seen in a new avatar in her next flick in Telugu.
The people at the launch of Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu were surpised to see her in a not-so-glam look, as she plays a journalist in this film opposite Pawan Kalyan.
Incidentally, it is her first film with Pawan Kalyan. Looks like this one is going to be something to watch out for!
Posted: 13 Jul 2012 11:41 AM PDT
Screenplay and direction: Chakri Toleti
A prequel to Billa the remake of Rajinikanth's original classic, Billa 2 is the story of a Sri Lankan refugee, David Billa (Ajith), who has lost his parents and arrives at Rameshwaram as a refugee. He then decides to revolt against the authorities for ill-treating his fellow refugees in the refugee camp.
David makes use of the opportunities which come his way and wins the trust of a powerful don and becomes his assistant. He then goes on to become the crime king.
One day David comes in contact with mafia druglord Abbasi (Sudhanshu Pandey) and starts working for him. Soon, Abbasi gets insecure with Billa's growth and things which were going in favour of David Billa, suddenly take a u-turn as he faces problem with Dimitri (Vidyut Jamal), an arms dealer.
David and Abbasi part ways and David moves further to build his own empire.
Ajith has performed action scenes with ease and has given an impressive performance. Sudhanshu Pandey,too, is perfect in the role of Abbasi.
Cinematograpy by RD Rajasekhar is extraordinary, but the editing of the film is average.
Screenplay and narration also fails to impress.
Billa 2 can be watched for its action sequences, decent music and interesting locations.
Posted: 13 Jul 2012 11:40 AM PDT
While Kajal Aggarwal may be missing in action for a while on Kollywood screens, she's all set to return with a bang in the coming months, as she's part of two of the most-awaited releases.
Kajal has Maattrraan opposite Suriya, which is slated for a September release, which is directed by K V Anand. The recently-released trailer has had fans going gaga over her as well as the film.
She also has the equally awaited Thuppaki opposite Ilayathalaphy Vijay, which is touted to release on Independence Day. The A R Murugadoss-directed flick is said to be a very stylish one, which is set in Mumbai.What remains to see is who will be the actor that Kajal chooses to work with, after these two big releases.
Posted: 13 Jul 2012 11:30 AM PDT
screen. The mood among fans seems to be upbeat, going by the response on the Internet and Twitter, with fans gushing about their favourite star, stating that 'Thala always rocks.'
The highlight of the film, according to many, has been the action scenes. It seems the sequences, which have been choreographed in Hyderabad and Goa, has been made 'real'. Says a source, "In the flick, every kick, every punch and every slap has been filmed in such a way that it is real. Be it cycle-chasing scenes or street fights, the artists really fought each other." Way to go, Thala!
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