One Line Review: A badly executed movie with a lot of things happening onscreen that invites nothing but confused frowns from the viewers.
Bajarangi 2 is a sequel to the mystical drama Bajarangi starring Sivrajkumar himself. Apart from the name, the movie has nothing to do with its prequel.
“Sivarajkumar’s action fantasy is bogged down by bad writing.”~ The News Minute
Our review for Bajarangi 2 is 05/10.
Anji comes back to his village to stay with his sister and to find a girl to marry. Araka is an evil man who rules over a group of people who are willing to be descendants of Lord Dhanvantari and forces them to produce drugs, sell them, and make a profit. Being addicted to money, Araka attacks the village, takes prisoners with him. Anji commits suicide in guilt.
Anji will be resurrected by inserting the soul of Bajarangi, a nobleman who was once worshipped by the tribes by his disciple. Anji being Bajarangi kills Araka and frees the tribe.
As absurd as the summary sounds, the movie too is equally meaningless. Even if you watched the post-interval sequence of the movie, you’ll understand the plot because the first half was so badly written and presented, things don’t fall into place at all.
The movie started and all I could think of is, the makers had a lot of money so that they decided to make a very high-quality, rich-looking movie with no plot or meaning. The songs – good, cinematography – good, VFX – manageable, artworks – extraordinary, story – nope.
Maybe just for Sivrajkumar and for his amazing screen presence, you can watch. That’s it.
Shivrajkumar is the only good element in this otherwise bad movie.