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Mardaani 2 movie review: Terrifically gripping, gritty, well etched and masterly performed

Mardaani 2 movie review is here. The action thriller is a sequel to the 2014 film Mardaani and features Rani Mukerji reprising her role of Inspector Shivani Roy. Vishal Jethwa plays the antagonist. Directed by Gopi Puthran, the movie produced by Aditya Chopra under Yash Raj Films is released today ? December 13, 2019. Does it fulfills the expectations?. Find out in the movie review of Mardaani 2

Immediate reaction when the end credits roll

Mardaani 2 ?this terrifically gripping, gritty, well etched and masterly performed cinema is the need of the hour. Rani Mukerji while on her way to a hat ?trick ? Mardaani, Hitchki, MARDAANI2 sets an example on how to stay relevant in the film industry by doing solo heroine oriented subjects without a male ?hero?.

The Story of Mardaani 2

The sequel to the 2014 Mardaani, top cop Shivani Shivaji Roy (Rani Mukerji) is up against a brutal, merciless serial rapist/killer Sunny
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'Mardaani 2' trailer: Rani Mukerji as the fearless powerful cop hunts down mysterious villain

'Mardaani 2'?is one of the best films of Rani Mukerji to date. 'Mardaani 2' is definitely one of the most anticipated movies of 2019.'Mardaani 2' will witness crimes committed on women.

The Rani Mukerji starrer cop action-drama will see the actress reprise her role as the brave cop Shivani Shivaji Roy. The trailer is out and Rani Mukerji is back again with lots of action.

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In the trailer, A girl asks for a lift in an isolated area of Kota. She is tortured and brutally murdered. Here comes Shivani Shivaji Roy and takes the case, she makes a point that she will punish the criminal.

The trailer also has some disturbing scenes. A mysterious villain is seen chasing women and brutally murdering the women. The face of the merciless villain hasn't been revealed yet.
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Arjun Rampal Gives Gawli A New Life In Daddy

Starring Arjun Rampal, Aishwarya Rajesh, Nishikant Kamat, Farhan Akhtar

Directed by Aushim Ahluwalia

Ask any actor of some worth. It is not easy to play a known living character. Audiences and the character that you are playing, plus their close associates, judge the performance with scrutinized harshness and normally find it wanting.

Not this time. Not Arun Gawli. Not Arjun Rampal who has shaped into one of Hindi cinema’s most dependable actors who does his roles with such smooth efficiency and such noiseless excellence that we are liable to miss the point.

Don’t make the mistake of confusing Arjun’s laidback wisdom in portraying the gangster-philanthropist-parliamentarian-convict Arun Gawle, as a Devganesque laziness. This is a power-packed implosive performance. Rampal plays Gawli as a time bomb waiting to explode. There are no extra toppings, fringe benefits, perks or bonuses to this performance.

Rampal plays it straight. Auteur director Ashim Ahluwalia
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