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Gangs Of Wasseypur 2

Gangs Of Wasseypur 2

08 Aug, 2012
2 hrs 41 mins
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Wasseypur is no more the town that was once consumed by the raging war between Sardar Khan and Ramadhir Singh. It has spawned a new generation of money squandering lobbyists, turning into foolhardy gangs overnight. With illegal profiteering through scrap trade auctions on the internet, corrupt government officials, election rigging and hooliganism, the town has just got murkier. Everyone wanted alliances with the most powerful man of Wasseypur - Faizal Khan. His sole ambition, however, is to annihilate Ramadhir Singh, the man with the grand scheme. ``Gangs of Wasseypur-Part 2`` is a fitting conclusion to this story of vengeance, which by now, not just the family but also this town has come to inherit.
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For those who like their celluloid hard and bloody and full of machismo, with an overdose of bodies, butchering and bloody-bravado, welcome to blood-fest - Round Two This time it`s double the dollops of gore; two much. Booming guns and metal-shredded innards spilling gut onto the streets. More revenge and rage. More gangs and more bangs (some pistols firing from lungi covered groins) and more man-power. With every shade of red, black and grey - deeper and bolder. Faizal Khan (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), son of Sardar Khan (played by Manoj Bajpai in ` GOW I `) inherits an unforgiving past, where his father was gruesomely cut down by a rival gang. After a series of shocking killings of his kin (mourning to the tunes of brass-bands playing ` Yaad teri aayegi` with jhankar beats), and his mother`s (Richa Chaddha)forceful instigation, the pothead `snorts` out of his stupor, and gets `cracking`, literally. He takes over as head of the family, and catapults into becoming the most powerful and dreaded man of Wasseypur . His addiction is now `blood` - Ramadhir Singh`s ( Tigmanshu Dhulia) blood. And no amount of arsenal is enough to quench this blood-lust. Soon this revenge riot turns into a ruthless rampage, through dealings in illegal scrap trade, election rigging and hooliganism. ...Read full review
The story starts from where the last one ended for obvious reasons however this time from a different perspective. Sardar Khan is killed in pure Godfather-inspired style and thus, begins another bout of hatred and vengeance when Khan`s elder son takes over as the family patriarch. His outbursts of anger are very similar to those of Sonny Corleone in Francis Coppola`s classic. A film such as The Godfather and it`s consequent parts have been benchmarks for many filmmakers worldwide, some call their films adaptations, while others refrain from admitting to the glaring truth. There are honestly no qualms in churning out your own versions of a previously released hit film as long as they live upto the expectations set by the many mediums of promotion. And Kashyap`s films fail to disappoint. ...Read full review
Faisal, Sardar`s second son, smoking pot while waiting in the wings, starts his revenge career by slitting the throat of his friend who conspired in his fathers murder and then couriering his chopped off head to his family in a plastic bag. In his quest for power and revenge, Faisal and his cronies go on a killing spree. There`s also Definite, Sardars son from the Bengali Durga, wanting to reclaim his birthright, first by rebelling against Faisal and then by joining forces with him. Much gunshots later, the film fizzles out with a completely predictable end. ...Read full review
Showered with bullets in an elaborately staged coup at a highway gas station, Sardar Khan (a mercurial Manoj Bajpai) succumbs to his wounds. At his funeral, grief-stricken wails are comically drowned out by a singer belting out Yaad teri aayegi on a microphone, his fingers maintaining tempo to the beats. Almost immediately, Gangs of Wasseypur II transports us back to that whimsically violent world that Anurag Kashyap first introduced us to roughly seven weeks ago. ...Read full review