Friday, July 13, 2012

Billa 2 Movie Review, Watch Only For Ajith

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Film: Billa 2
Timesofap Rating:3/5
Starring:Ajith, Parvathy Omanakuttan, Bruna Abdullah, Vidyut Jamwal
Director: Chakri Toleti
Producer:Suresh Balaje, George Pius,Sunir Khetrapal
Banner: IN Entertainment
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja

Billa 2 starts with Thala mouthing the famous dialogue about carving his own life every day, every minute and every second… One should have got the strong hint for what is to follow… the feeling one may get from watching Billa 2 is similar to staring at the seconds hand of your clock for 2 hours straight.
The suspense is finally over. The hype and hoopla has receded as the first show of Billa 2 is done and dusted. The question that immediately pops up in one’s mind is whether the movie is worth a watch? Does it match its first part? The answer could be a yes, but partially.

Billa 2 is a prequel to Ajith’s 2007 film Billa which was directed by Vishnuvardhan. The new edition is directed by Chakri Toleti who has wielded the megaphone for Unnaipol Oruvan.The film traces the history of a dreaded gangster David Billa and finds out the reasons behind his transformation from an ordinary man to a warlord.

Pravathy Omnakuttan and Bruna Abdullah play female leads while Bollywood stars Sudhanshu Pandey and Vidyuth Jamwal are cast as baddies. Music is by Yuvan Shankar Raja and cinematography by R D Rajasekar.The movie relies heavily on Ajith. With a wafer-thin storyline, at places events unfold quickly to sustain our interest. Produced by Sunir Khetarpal, George Pius and Suresh Balajee, Billa 2 is strictly for Ajith fans


The bloody civil war in Sri Lanka forces David Billa (Ajith) to seek asylum at a refugee camp in Tamilnadu. He is an angry young man, who speaks little and ensures his action does the rest.His upright ways incurs the wrath of policemen and David Billa is forced to find himself in difficult situation. But he uses his brains and his physical strength to overcome the odd situation.

Soon he comes into contact with men involved in mafia. As events unfold, David Billa aspires to become a don involving in illegal trade. He meets Abbasi (Sudhanshu Pandey), a mafia shark in Goa.He helps him out in a difficult ‘deal’ and wins his heart. The pordinary young man slowly movies towards his mission. After making a beginning to his dream, he embarks on a trip to Georgia where he meets an international don Dmitri (Vidyut Jamwal).

Soon David Billa and Abbasi part ways. Now Billa moves further to build his own empire. All hell breaks loos and there is loos of many lives eventually leding to a showdown between Billa and Dmitri.Now Billa decides to announce his arrival.Several hurdles come his way including Dmitri himself. How he accomplished the task is the rest.


Ajith manages to do what he did to his best in Billa. He shoulders all responsibility to deliver a convincing performance. he is a revelation to watch in action sequences.
Interestingly the punchlines, penned by Era Murugan, draws huge applause in theatres. Parvathy and Bruna appears and disappears. They end up losing their lives. Vidyut Jamwal as Dmitri is good.
His encounters with Ajith are nice. However he looks lost in the film at many places. Sudhanshu is at ease playing a interesting character. The cast also includes Manoj K Jayan, Rahman, Ilavarasu and Sriman.

Rajasekhar’s camera speaks a lot in Billa 2. Be it Goa, Chennai or Georgia, he captures them well. Yuvan’s music is a letdown. He manages to bring solace with his background score. Dialogues by Era Murugan are worth to listen. ‘Mathavanoda Bayam dan nambaloda Balam is one of the highlights.Selva’s art works are authentic

Songs and Music
Yuvan has worked really hard to move the story forward. However, the song picturization and placements further drag the movie. When the movie is moving at turtle speed in the second half, the director decides to introduce the slow song “Idhayam” picturized in ultra-slow motion with Parvathy Omnakuttan running endlessly in a beach.
People who watch the movie after the first day may not get to see this song. This song is a strong candidate for deletion by resident editors at local theatres. There is a newly inserted song in foreign language which sounds good for first listen.

It is a triucky tale for the story is wafer-thin. But Chakri has ensured that events unfold at quick pace. Sadly more brawny and less brainy, Billa 2 sparkles in moments. It is a thorough entertainer for Ajith fans.


Ajith’s performance
Era Murugan’s dialogues
RD Rajasekar’s camera
Yuvan’s Music

No logic
Too much action

Final Word:To conclude, Billa 2 will please hardcore action fans and Ajith fans in particular. The emotional connect goes down thanks to a laborious second half. But, the idea of making a prequel and the grand scale of the movie make sure that the movie isn’t a tiresome experience either. Given the expectations, somehow you feel that the end product hasn’t been delivered.


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