Aksar 2

Aksar 2

3.0 2,943 Ratings

Directed by : Ananth Narayan Mahadevan

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While the first of the franchise starred Emraan Hashmi, Dino Morea and Aditi Goswami, Aksar 2 brings back the same director with a different star cast. Starring Gautam Rode and Zarine Khan in the lead, the film will release on October 6th and is directed by Ananth Narayan Mahadevan.

Aksar 2 Credit & Casting

Zarine Khan

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Aksar 2 Audience Review

A 70 plus rich spinster, a young sexy governess, a greedy assistant and a sober lawyer

| by Madan Mohan Marwah |
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The tagline of this film in the promotion says " How often do you see the trap?" implying that it is difficult to see a trap. I fully agree because the poor cinegoer who is caught in the theatre has to suffer through this 100 minute movie which is a badly made, sometimes boring, and sometimes confusing
Also a slide at the beginning of the film states
" Evil is unspectacular and always human.
And shares our bed and eats at our table"
Very true and applies to the film. The evil was definitely sharing the bed considering the sex scenes in the film. Since someone was getting poisoned with coffee, evil was also eating at the table.
The plot is about a 70 plus chair bound multimillionaire spinster who is running her day to day affairs with the help of her sexy scheming governess, her sober lawyer, her greedy investment banker and her mysterious car driver. Needless to say they all want the old lady dead so that they can grab the property.
Director Mahadevan starts the film on a promising note with a straightforward narrative but very soon sex and songs come in the way making it a muddled up ,predictive and confused film. Individually some scenes have been done well. The dialogue is very ordinary in most places and inane in some places.
The performances are mediocre with Zareen Khan slightly better than the rest. She exudes all the oomph required of her character and doesn't have much scope to do anything else. Lilette Dubey is adequate as the old lady.