Bollywood hindi movie Mardaani 2 Review
Mardaani 2:-Cast: Rani Mukerji, Director: Gopi Puthran, The follow-up to Gopi Putharan in the first edition of Mardani, who gifted a female police character for a film franchise like Our Singham, which was very well published in the first scene around a Dussehra fair with the dazzling presence of villain Sunny. The habitual crime of brutally raping and killing a young woman is not a bad thing. In addition to directing the film, Gopi Putharan has also written stories, screenplays, and dialogues and this may be one of the reasons for enjoying the story.
Despite taking a lot of ing from the murderous novels in the series, the screenplay, in particular, especially Shivani’s statement to the media that he would pull ‘Death Shan’ (Smart Alec) by the collar and bring him to justice, damaged Sunny’s ego. A riot to prove his cunning handed over. The part that Puthran got right is the need for a strong villain in a movie like Mardani 2. Sunny is monstrous, vicious, and perfectly evil. He is also intelligent and always one step ahead of Shivani. And this is where the movie fails big time. For the greater part of the film, Shivani Mukherjee seems lazy despite her measured and confident steps. Of course, he is his obvious self; Unforgettable for his reassuring demeanor that rubs male colleagues the wrong way but there is nothing else in the script and his presentation to inspire confidence.
There is still so much that a talented actor can take a weak script and Mukherjee has done his best but the fact that the writer has spent too much time burning the villain character and shortening the main character in the bargain is disappointing. There is a brief scene where Shadani is being interviewed on television for a show called Conway Question and even Mukherjee has become dazzling at the moment about the plight of women competing in a male-dominated world. Mukherjee is no less an actor than providing these lines, it could be nonsense. Humor, fatigue, and truthfulness make the lines abrupt as they stand in front of the scene. Huge Jethwa in search of several pieces villain. He performed very well as a psychotic tenant-on-tenant without the qualities of leaving. The film then establishes the gender bias of society, the flawed patriarchal system that creates monsters like Sunny and fails to reveal it.
One would expect that although the heroine was initially confused by an intelligent IPS officer, she would surpass the super-smart villain using her smarts, but that was not to be. Instead, Mardani 2 has reached the top of a ‘Mar-Dhad’ that may appeal to front-line people in single-screen movies but doesn’t work within the film’s own first-half setup. Like Rohit Sethi’s Singham, the exaggerated Chutjapa of Masala Flix, or the modesty of Meghna Gulzar’s Police Procedural Talwar, Mardani 2 falls between the two malls.