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The problem with globe-trotting espionage dramas is rooted into its form. Spy thrillers have very little to draw upon, which is why we see so many of the modern versions parodying their own themes rather than building upon real experiences.
The second part lacks the 'WOW' moments and intrigue factor of the first...Had the story been released as a single film with a runtime of around three hours, the impact would've been solid.
The pacing of these scenes is sluggish, and I don't know whether it's the editing or the result of cobbling together leftover footage...
Vishwaroop 2 is a classic example of overkill. This multi-lingual film has been shot in both Hindi and Tamil. And despite having some genuinely good moments, the film tries to put forth a little too much, a little too quickly.
Only Rahul Bose's hoarse-voiced Omar provides the campiness that could have salvaged the movie from its dire sense of self-importance.
Vishwaroopam 2 cannot stand up in front of its fantastic first iteration. Even in terms of narrative and character development, there isn't much left to do in this universe. There are no secrets to be revealed and no intrigue left to be unraveled.
Kamal Hassan does everything right in the film as an actor but we're still left with an unsatisfied appetite as we walk out of the theatre.
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