Movie Info + Ratings
|Music by:||Leon James|
Featuring Bobby Simha, Prakash Raj and Nikki Galrani in imperative parts, the motion picture is coordinated by Sarath.
Bobby Simha, tired of how our political framework functions, chooses to abduct the Chief Minister, played by Prakash Raj. His requests, however flighty, bode well as per today’s economy. What are his requests? Does he escape with his wrongdoing? Watch Ko 2 at a theater to open the answers.
First half is moderate as the film requires significant investment to build up its characters. On account of a shockingly decent back-story and super-savvy exchanges, the second half excites you by keeping you snared till the very end. Leon James’ background score adds dependability to the film. In spite of the fact that the primary tune is not noteworthy, rest of the melodies are sufficiently fair. Cinematography by Philip R Sundar is less than impressive. Tedious tones and hues make the whole work look horrid. Manager Kevin could’ve abbreviated the primary half.
Bobby Simha, who demonstrated his versatility in films like Jigarthanda and Urumeen, has chosen yet another intriguing script. Despite the fact that his execution looks better in the principal half, it steadily enhances in the last half. What at first resembles a jumble cast, winds up on a not too bad note. Prakash Raj is exceptional all through. His character has been penned with most extreme consideration by the chief and the veteran completes equity to it. Look out for the scenes in which he chats about our nation with Bobby. Nikki Galrani, who plays a journalist in the motion picture, has made a flawless acting.
In spite of the fact that Ko 2 has a plot which is not new to Tamil silver screen, what makes the film watchable is its importance to today’s political framework and some astute written work by its chief.
What is good: Music, Background score, Dialogues, Nikki Galrani’s performance
What is bad: Slow first part
Ratings – 3/5
Watch it or not: Can Watch.