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Aksar 2 Movie Review : A great ordeal to catch in the form of Aksar 2

Aksar 2 Movie Review

Director – Ananth Narayan Mahadevan

Star castZareen Khan, Gautam Rode, Abhinav Shukla and Mohit Madaan

Produced by      Bhaumik Gondaliya

Studio – Siddhi Vinayak Creation

Genre – Thriller

Rating – 1.5


Mrs. Khabatta who happens to be an ageing billionaire, she loses her governess in an mysterious death who then orders to fill the position immediately to her manager Pat. Sheena Roy, a stunning and gorgeous young girl is appointed for the job despite the lady wants an elderly woman for the job but her manager convinces to rope in for the job. Pat manages to give a fat salary for the given position by the lady and now wants the return in kind from the young girl who finally decides to submit for her survival. Just when she is all set to lose herself to the cunning manager, Pat is seen caught in a scandal and is willing to give up everything. Soon there is something more interesting and stunning comes in his way. So, what really comes out is an interesting thing to catch.


Unlike the previous series, the second part of the film releasing this Friday is something similar with the same old erotic thrilling element in it. The film has an interesting thrill to catch but the way it is presented makes the film too predictable. Now, when the film is presented before the media, it is expected to added with the right thrill and curious elements that can make the movie a worthy catch. Ironically, the film with poor performances and too bad implementation becomes really un-catchy for the audience. Too much of skin show cannot expect the audience to catch. The film is pitted with too many loopholes, which are hard to fill thanks to the poor direction, lowly kind of performances by lead stars. Above all the shabby music piece both the background and others, the film has little to offer, which hampers the quality and entertainment value of the film in a big way.

Aksar 2 The Last Word

The film is pitted with many flaws, which cannot be expected to fixed with the unprofessional method of film making. It seems that the efforts of the filmmaker is to simply waste time and energy to give the audience.

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