Directed by: Abhinay Deo
Produced by: Vipul Amrutlal Shah, Viacom Motion Pictures, John Abraham
Written by: Parveez Shaikh, Jasmeet K. Reen
Starring: John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha, Tahir Raj Bhasin
Cinematography: Imre Juhasz, Mohana Krishna
Edited by: Amitabh Shukla, Sanjay Sharma
Production company: Sunshine Pictures Pvt. Ltd., JA Entertainment
Distributed by: Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
Release dates: 18 November 2016
Force 2, brings back ACP Yashvardhan who teams up RAW Agent KK to bring down a master mind terrorist Shiv.
Know more about the captain of the Ship, the director: Abhinay Deo is an Indian commercial director turned film director. Abhinay’s first movie was Game (2011). His second, Delhi Belly, was released on July 1, 2011. Before directing commercials, he graduated with a degree in architecture.
His parents are the actors Ramesh Deo and Seema Deo. He is younger brother of Ajinkya Deo, who is also a well-known actor in Marathi films..
My Gut Feel and comments:
We all know the dangers of sequels. Lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place too often, and I think you’ve got to move beyond it, go the extra mile and have the courage not to just repeat the first one. Colin Firth
Force was the remake of Tamil movie Kaakha Kaakha and Force 2 will have an original script. Force was directed by Nishikanth Kamath however Force 2 is directed by Abhinay Deo. Both directors have different working style which will definitely differentiate the part 1 against its sequel in terms of presentation, look and feel. This week released Rock on 2 not able to recreate the magic of Rock On 1. This anyways remains a common case with sequels as going beyond the original work is a daunting task and most of the time film makers disappoints.
Force was fresh, raw in presentation and storytelling however Force 2 seems polished and prepared on larger scale which is where most of the time sequels go wrong.
Although John is looking good, Abhinay Deo as director seems confident about his offering however still I believe something is missing.
Written By: Rajat Narula