Find out if “Rangam 2“ is worth the watch from our movie review! After having a successful venture with “Rangam,” the makers of this film have come up with a sequel “Rangam 2.” Featuring Jiiva and Thulasi Nair in the lead roles, “Rangam 2” is directed by Ravi K. Chandran and produced by A.N. Balaji under Jasraaj Productions banner.
Chandru (Jiiva) is an MBA graduate who lives in Mumbai along with his grandmother. Srila (Thulasi Nair,) is a young driving instructor, whose father is an army officer. Unfortunately, both Srila and Chandru, are attacked by terrorists. Though Jiiva is hurt and bruised all over, he rescues Srila from the situation. Eventually, both of them fall in love. Chandru approaches Srila’s father for his blessings on their marriage. Not surprisingly, Srila’s Dad refuses his proposal as Chandru is an unemployed bachelor. In quest of a job Chandru goes to a Middle Eastern nation. To his chagrin, he lands up in a conspiracy and struggles to come out from the situation.
Jiiva plays a carefree character, who doesn’t bother being unemployed. Like his previous movies, he acted great in the movie and action scenes need a special mention. On the other hand, Thulasi Nair plays the role of an obedient woman, who is very focused in life. Apart from the main leads, the supporting actors, Nassar, Jayaprakash, Karunakaran, Thambi Ramaiah, Bose Venkat and Nawab Shah have also have done a great job in portraying their characters.
The first half of the movie runs smoothly with a few action and fight scenes. The initial fight scenes grab the viewers attention. The cinematography portrayed the climax scenes perfectly well. The movie wasn’t filled up with too many characters, which adds to the simplicity of the storytelling.
“Rangam 2” is good and has a simple story to watch. But it wasn’t as intriguing as the first part nor did it make for a connecting story. Moreover, the story was very predictable. The music and the background score of the movie were synchronized well with all the scenes. The camera work, visuals and fight scenes make it stand out from a regular movie.