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Anurag Kashyap riffs on a grisly episode of Mumbai history in his luridly absorbing serial killer thriller.
The story could have turned into one huge cliché, and there are genre elements that are numbingly familiar, was it not for the exceptionally scary performance of Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the role of the villainous, demented serial killer Ramanna.
Raman Raghav 2.0 is Anurag Kashyap's return to what he's comfortable at: making us uncomfortable and antsy.
The film is a difficult watch. It makes you queasy. It is crude, callous and keeps you in suspense all through.
Raman Raghav 2.0 is a stunning, violent, and complex work of art. This is the film I was waiting for, and Anurag Kashyap and his team have not disappointed.
Raman Raghav 2.0 may be Anurag Kashyap's baby (he's both director and co-writer) but the film belongs to Siddiqui who really steps into the shoes of the deranged character he's playing.
Whether you like the frills or not, there's no denying that RR2 is a film that haunts you.
There is a thin line between making a film about a serial killer and glorifying his actions. With Raman Raghav 2.0, Anurag Kashyap seems to be unsure which side of the line he's standing on.
It's a treat for those who like their movies very, very dark.
The daring premise might have been more convincing if the psychological motivations of the characters and their social and economic conditions had been better fleshed out.
A sociopathic killer and a damaged cop face off in this Indian thriller that does a surprisingly deep dive into lust, murder and violent obsession.
It's a propulsive and bloodthirsty thriller with a brash use of music and a jangling, adrenalised energy which rarely flags.
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