Sex is a lot of things -- emotional, exciting, dirty. But boring? Even with Sunny Leone in it? Wow, Bollywood that's below the belt. Even by your standards.
The Pooja Bhatt [ Images ] directed Jism 2 alternates as a picturesque and dark erotic drama along the lines of Last Tango in Paris and In The Cut but is much too comical to turn on the heat as either.
First things first, Leone looks predictably hot, has an easy screen presence but in a role that capitalises on little except her obvious USPs from every conceivable angle, this comes as no surprise. What else? She delivers her lines with the concentration of an impassive newsreader rattling off cue cards on the screen. She has the body but not the racy persona required to hit the sensual notes in the footsteps of a Sharon Stone [ Images ] or Bipasha Basu [ Images ].
So what's the fuss about? The action shifts this time round from Pondicherry to Sri Lanka [ Images ]. Two adult men with chiselled physiques and shirts that refuse to stay on for more than 120 seconds orchestrate a tug of war over an exceptionally endowed porn star as if she was the only woman on the planet, which could be the case considering you don't see any other female presence in its entire duration.
One's an intelligence officer (Arunoday Singh. Dude, please don't cry on big screen again. EVER.) who along with his superior (Arif 'Sigh' Zakaria) hires a porn star's (Sunny Leone) services as an infiltration device to sneak crucial data from an ex-officer turned terrorist's (Randeep Hooda [ Images ], Bane had a mask, what's your excuse for that voice?) hard drive.