Film Review: ‘Singam 2′(South Indian Movie)
All the versions were hugely successful and now amidst much anticipation, director Hari Gopalakrishnan is back with its sequel ‘Singam 2′, starring Suriya, Hansika Motwani, Anushka Shetty, Santhanam, Vivek, Radha Ravi, Nasser, K. Vishwanath, Mukesh Rishi, Danny Sapani, Anjali and Rahman, is bigger but not better.
For those, who had watched ‘Singam’ and walked into cinemas hoping to be entertained, ‘Singam 2′ comes as a blow in the face. It’s exactly what you don’t want to see in a sequel, especially one which follows a highly entertaining and racy prequel. The film opens with a quick recap of ‘Singam’, and now Duraisingam, who has resigned from his job, is working as a NCC leader in a private school in Tuticorin, where he moonlights as an undercover cop to bust illegal activities happening on the coast. If you can sit through the 165-minute-long film watching one man running all through Tuticorin in the name of justice and in between grooving to five songs, then you might like ‘Singam 2′. However, if you’re expecting a racy, edge-of-the-seat cop flick, this is not your film.