Chennai 600028 II Second Innings Movie Review – Out of Stadium Sixer
Chennai 600028 II Second Innings Movie Review: Venkat Prabhu is back with his boys after almost a decade with an enjoyable and interesting T20 match. The Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings has been released today and is garnering rave response from audience and movie buffs. It’s going to an unconditional win for Venkat Prabhu team.
The Chennai 28 part two is the sequel to the 2007 hit movie of the same name which had the same rocking team. Penned and directed by Venkat Prabhu, the film was produced under Black Ticket Film banner. Yuvan Shankar Raja has composed music and background score for the film.
Sequels are trending in Tamil cinemas which are considered to be the native of Western Films. Most of the sequels in Tamil cinemas suffer the core part, which won’t have connection in the series of films, but having the same name is somewhat injustice done to it.
Venkat Prabhu has handled the portion very well. The prequel focused on the nativity of the street cricket with lot of elements including fun, emotion, humour and was a total fun innings. This time, Venkat has stressed on friendship as well, as the stunning team reunite to save the love of their friend, Jai.
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Crew and Technicians
- Cast: Aravind Akash, Jai, Nithin Sathya, Premji Amaran, Shiva, Vaibhav, Inigo Prabakaran, Vijay Vasanth, Vijayalakshmi and others
- Writer & Director: Venkat Prabhu
- Banner: Black Ticket Films
- Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
- Cinematography: Rajesh Yadav
- Editing: Praveen KL
- Release Date: 9 December 2016
- Runtime: 2 hours 34 minutes
After ten years, the boys are back with a style. Most of them were married including Shiva, Nitin, Vijay Vasanth and Ajay Raj while Premji is still looking for his girl. Without love, the plot won’t be interesting, right? So Jai loves Sana Althaf whose parents agree for their wedding. Their wedding is planned in the girl’s village where there is a twist waiting for Jai. Jai meets his old friend Arvind Aakash, who has a rift with a local rowdy there. He somehow convinces Jai and his friends to take on his rival rowdy, Vaibav through a gully cricket. The ending result following a series of incidents makes Sana Althaf’s parents to call off their marriage. With series of interesting and unpredicted twist and turns, Chennai 28 Second Innings finishes off with a seat edging climax in a T20 match style. Hope you get it. 2 balls 4 runs to win, imagine how the match could take you.
Unlike the first part, Venkat has focused on screenplay and delivered with unpredictable twists. The making is extraordinary testing audiences pulse till the end. Venkat made the opponent team powerful than Jai team, and eventually it added interesting elements to the match. There’s an interesting scene in this innings as well. Do you remember the scene in the first innings, Premji catches the ball unexpectedly and so his team wins. Venkat designed the same scene in this innings as well. It’s a crucial wicket for the team, the ball haunts Premji, whether he caught the ball or not? Watch it in theatres.
Performances wise, Shiva tops the chart with his usual counter dialogues. Jai is as good as a lover boy and delivered brilliant performance. Premji hasn’t crossed its boundary this time. Vaibhav as villain has done a terrific job, while others have done justice to their roles. Manisha Yadav as Soppana Sundari in the item number oozes oomph and also provides the major twist in the story.
Venkat has tried to equal importance to love and cricket, yet we are in India dude, Cricket wins. If you like his contemporary branding movies, don’t hesitate, the second innings is for you. There are lots of interesting elements to attract neutral audience as well. We don’t have any hard feelings with the innings, except some lag in the second half and plenty of partying scenes. That’s what we mean.
Just head to this movie and get the hell out of this world. I bet you’ll enjoy the movie just like we do. Go and watch Venkat Prabhu and his boy’s enjoyable innings, Damn sure, they are the winner!