The sequels lags behind in portraying the intensity in the love saga as it deserves in any intense love story movie
One of the movies releasing this Friday is the sequel of romantic drama movie called Tum Bin. The sequel is called Tum Bin 2. The film is directed and written by Anubhav Sinha, while it is produced by Sinha and Bhushan Kumar under the banner called T-Series. The film has Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati in the pivotal roles, while its principal photography started in April 2016 and it was made in mainly in England in Glasgow and other places in the Scotland. Mouni Roy is seen in the special appearance in the film. Well, time to dig in deep to get the crux of the film, which can be found in the following paragraphs.
The film is an intense love story, which has no connection or relevance to the first part of the movie except the fact that the film happens to be of same genre. It has the same intense love and romance unlike seen in the previous film making it to be a family entertainer for sure. There is a huge amount of contrast seen in the prequel and the sequel that has to be checked and understood only after you catch the movie. Now, time to catch more about the film that seems to be a family entertainer.
The film has a huge contrast with the previous film release 15 years back, which has certainly not a single relevance to the prequel. Hence to claim that the sequels are only made to capitalize seems to be a dump idea, nevertheless to urge to make another hit could be in the minds of the filmmaker at least once can claim to say in this film. Well, as said, the film happens to be an intense love story hence a strong story in the film is the prerequisite, which is unfortunately is not witnessed in the sequel. The fact of the matter is there are many other things, which tend to be missing for the fact that the director has missed out many elements that made the prequel a big hit. The first part of the film is usual but the real punch lies in the second half, which is again messed up in some extent. The film was shot in the picturesque locations; however, it failed to have all the cool elements, which were expected to be seen in them. Don’t miss the Mouni Roy’s sensual item number, which was kept only to increase the oomph factor of the film.
The film has a new star cast, which include Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati. They seemed young and energetic but failed to showcase the way the characters are expected to be seen over the silver screen. They failed to portray the real emotions over the silver screen apart from staggering dialogue delivery that made things bad to worse. Overall it was an average performance by one and all, which has seriously hampered the entertainment value of the romantic movie. Even the item song has been badly shaped and added without any relevance in the romantic tale.
Direction, music and other elements
Talking about the direction part, there’s many flaws found in the film may be due to the presence of newly cast actors in it. It seems that the director has failed to take the same amount of pain which he has taken while making the prequel. The soundtrack of the movie is also not that par neither it has the power to turn iconic like the prequel not it remains the best unlike seen in the first part. Some of the songs however seemed to be appealing though but one may not be able to enjoy owing the longevity factor. The locations are excellent but these alone cannot make the film a better piece to catch and talking about the other elements like screenplay, dialogue and editing, they seemed okay but again these failed to boost up the entertainment value of Tum Bin 2.
Tum Bin 2 The Last Word
The film Tum Bin 2 could have been a better bet had the director has done his homework as per the ways he has done with the prequel. The film though claims to be an intense love story but the real intensity seemed to be missing out a lot. This has somewhere down the line has hampered the rating of the movie to a great extent.
Rating – 2.5