Vidyut Jamwal Commando 2: The Black Money Trail Movie Review

The highly anticipated movie Commando 2: The Black Money Trail is all set to hit the theatres on the 3rd of March, which is the sequel to the 2013 super hit Commando: A One Man Army. Movie lovers were eagerly expecting for the movie due to the hype and promotion that had been done by the makers. The movie stars Vidyut Jamwal, Adah Sharma in the lead roles while Freddy Daruwala, Thakur Anoop Singh, Satish Kaushik, Esha Gupta, and Adil Hussain play the supporting roles.

Directed by Deven Bhojani and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah for Sunshine Pictures and Pen Movies banners, Vidyut Jamwal as Captain Karanvir Singh Dogra, who is specialized in several life saving skills and hand to hand combat is on a mission to extirpate black money laundering ring in the second installment of Commando series.

Commando 2 Story Synopsis

India’s most wanted Black Money agent, Vicky Chaddha gets arrested in Malaysia and is kept in a safe house by the Malaysian authorities along with his wife. A team of four is being sent to Malaysia to bring them to India. Apart from the growth of inter-personal relationships, the mission comprising major action sequences, has quite a few twists and turns on its way. How Karan (Vidut Jammwal) uses his brain and brawn to recover all the laundered black money, forms the rest of the story.

Commando 2 Review

The big macho tough guy Vidyut Jamwal is exceptionally great in action sequences, yet that aggressiveness and intriguing wasn’t carried over to the story or the way the characters were designed. Captain Karanvir Singh Dogra was sent on a mission to Malaysia to bring the agent of the international money laundering ring to India along with his team. The story gets momentum when baddies of the black money laundering ring gets on into the act.

While it is visually appealing to see Vidyut Jamwal aggressively wiping out his enemies, it is the clichéd dialogues and punch lines that sometime irritates us and didn’t carry the story as engaging. Adah Sharma, though has nothing great to do with the movie, she was only used for glamour appeal and songs. Yet, her endeavors at bringing out that giggle were cloying and her clownish disposition wasn’t especially charming either. Gupta, with her dull recolored lips and vertiginous heels, was your token corrupt siren with an originator closet.

Vidyut Jamwal is the only spotlight in this full-fledged action entertainer nails the party and packs a punch. There’s no doubt that Commando 2: The Black Money would definitely impress the moviegoers, who are avid fans of combat and ferocious stunt movies.