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Murder 2  (2011 - Hindi)

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Murder 2 critics rating: 2.3 out of 5 2.3/5 (9 critics)

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  • Serial Killer Vs Serial Kisser

    Murder 2 rating: 6 out of 10(Dipen Guha wrote on 16 Jul 2011)

    The Bhatt.Institution seems to carry conviction to the world that violence triumphs over vivacity. The latest venture Murder2 underscores the diabolic aspects of the world of human beings. A psychopath, who is a eunach by choice, sets forth with merciless brutality in buthchering young women, especially the call girls, who are hacked into pieces to be strewed into a pit. The crux of this syndrome has been stated to be his being a foil to exercise his masculine capacity. He becomes misogynist, not of course, in the general term, but a categorised misogyny developed out of a retaliative indisposition. The modus operandi is merely to derive gusto of groans, shrieks caused by death-agony, which he keeps recorded. when four girls are recorded untraced, a dealer in human trafficking called Sameer seeks help of a fired-cop Arjun Bhagwat. Arjun who is given to soil hands through miscreant, unlawful activities except immoral traffic, plans to use a college-going girl Reshma as a bait to entrap the mastermind. Reshma who, compelled by poverty, has courted this inane trade and finds herself in the shoe of Dheeraj Pandey, the psychopath. Arjun empties his biological urges with his girl-friend Priya who, on the other hand, fancies settlement with him. The climactic point of the movie is reached, when Arjun and Dheeraj happen to land at a medicine-store. The wild chase begins, and following a short-lived stay in the police lock-up, when the two eventually encounter, Reshma, the bait set by Arjun, has already fallen victim. Arjun who has come by a similarity between Reshma and himself in terms of their struggles for existence, has an inexpicable bent for this innocent girl who has now fallen a piteous quarry of the devil-unlashed.. As the villain is lying injured with his tape-recorder on airing out the entreaties and agonies of entrapped Reshma, the members of audience have no pain to make out the impending happening. Yes, the serial killer is hacksawed by the serial kisser.
    In regard to acting, the first name is, of course, Prashant Narayanan. He seems to be a subtle combination of Asutosh Rana and Irfan, nevertheless an independent mannerism is vivid. Needless to say, he is going to make a solid ground in filmdom. Emran Hashmi has undoubtedly bettered up himself as an actor. He seems to proclaim that he knows acting. In this film, he is sullen and sulky, as the character calls for. Still, his act of bedrooming has established an inerta that an actor ought to get rid of. his " awarapan" image needs to overshadow that of his proto- kisser. Jacqueline Fernandez with her scanty attires can hardly be a good substitute for Serawat.Besides, she has nothing much to do here except for being toyed with. Sulagna Panigrahi as Reshma has done a brilliant job. Mohit Suri, the director has followed suit under the ceiling of the Bhatts, although his scripting and technical monitorship, like use of dark shade is praiseworthy. The most striking feature of the film is that the story is essayed by Shagufta Rafique who is a woman and has strained her nerves with devilish activities, practised in the society. It is not merely the domestic delicacies which are believed to be the woman's cup of tea.

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