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Jolly LLB 2

Jolly LLB 2

10 Feb, 2017
2 hrs 18 mins
79,560 votes
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A pregnant widow, Hina, whose husband is murdered, seeks legal help from Jagdishwar Mishra, a small-time lawyer. However, she commits suicide after he dupes her to arrange money for his chamber. Shocked at the gravity of his act, Jolly soon finds himself battling the most critical case of his career in order to bring Hina’s offenders to justice.
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Verdict: This spectacular sequel will leave you wanting more. Witty banter, heart-touching monologues and a fight for justice is everything we want to see in a courtroom drama. The 2013-released Jolly LLB stood out and won hearts for being such a hard-hitting movie with an impish heart. It was applauded for giving its lead character shades of grey, []... ...Read full review
Akshay changes shades from crooked to straight, like a chameleon. In top-form, he puts up a perfect display of a street-smart lawyer who hasnt read legal tomes but who has instead picked up tips from courtroom corridors to become Jolly LLB. Huma and Annu are also compelling enough. It is the fine display of histrionics by all these refined actors, which makes the movie, worth seeing. ...Read full review
Whats nice though that even when Jolly LLB 2 relaxes its fun side to venture into serious terrain, it retains its spunk and irony. Once again, Akshay Kumar leaps into the dramatic space of verbal volleys and paan-stained pearlies with ease never allowing the robust Khiladi to override the rustic Jolly. Though it is relegated to side-lines, the evolved equation he shares with his tough, supportive wife (a zippy Huma Qureshi) is duly noticed. ...Read full review
Also, though we like that this film is not inherently scared of drama, and it fully embraces its dramatic bits something else thats gone missing from todays Bollywood it does fling in contrivances which take away from the core strength of the film. Especially towards the end, which gets stretched, and a trifle preachy about Hindu-Muslim ekta and bhaichara. ...Read full review
Jolly LLB was a jolly good movie. A little film by Subhash Kapoor, Jolly LLB was shouldered by actors like Arshad Warsi and Saurabh Shukla. Actors, not stars. So when a second film in the franchise is announced, and an Akshay Kumar is attached along with it, it sort of brings about mixed feelings in people. On the one hand, while a star comes with expectations along, there`s somewhere a shred of regret at seeing yet another tiny film being hijacked by a star. But Kumar doesn`t let his stardom overshadow his performance. ...Read full review