RATINGS : ⭐️⭐️
FILM REVIEW: YAARIYAN 2
The story tells how Laadli Divya Khosla Kumar , Shikhar (Meezaan Jafri) and Pearl V Puri playing Bajju. Bajju's lives change as they succumb to parental pressure, but the issue remains unresolved. The other parreral cast Warina Hussain playing Shona Airhostess , Anaswara Rajan playing's Iknoor Awasthi & important charecter in the film Yash Dasgupta playing as Abhay Singh Katiyal
The plot with which the film begins meanders and takes a lot of tracks, involving loss of loved ones, break-ups and the relationships of the three lead heroes in between.
His parents' expectations (which he jokingly calls paying off the nappy changer's debt) and shifted to Mumbai.
But Laadli finds herself in a loveless marriage with Abhay Singh Katyal (Yash Dasgupta), Shikhar is a bike racer from a broken home facing a lifetime racing ban, and Bajju is stuck in a corporate job with a demanding boss has gone.
In terms of acting, Divya Khosla plays the central role as Ladli and she carries the film well with her beauty and innocence. He has performed this role with diverse shades in a powerful manner. Divya-Meezaan and Pearl's chemistry in the bickering scenes between brothers and sisters looks lovely.
Meezaan Jaffrey as Shikhar Randhawa has portrayed the conflict and pain of his role in a powerful manner. His angry young man avatar leaves an impression. Pearl Puri as Bajrang has done justice to his role. Yash Das Gupta has kept the character engaged in the role of Ladli's husband. Malayalam actress Anaswara, who plays Shikhar's love interest, is memorable in her first Hindi film as a disabled girl.
Warina Hussain's role is small, but she attracts attention with her acting. In other characters, actors like Bhagyashree Borse and Murali Sharma settle into their roles.
This film, woven in the fabric of relationships, is clean. There are many new faces in the film the south girl Eye Blink Viral girl - Priya Prakash Varrier playing as Devi in the film The first half is tight, while the second half seems a bit drawn out. The story could have been tightened. The look of the film is quite fresh. A lot of effort has been put into the sets, locations and costumes of the characters, but the dialogues are average. Bike rides and action scenes have been successful in increasing the thrill.
Despite these obstacles, the 'cousins by blood and friends by choice' indulge in goofy antics and stand strong by each other in the face of personal crises. based on the Malayalam film Bangalore Days, Yaariyan 2 is about three cousins Laadli Chhibar (Divya Khosla Kumar), Shikhar Randhawa (Meezaan Jaffrey) and Bajrang aka Bajju (Pearl V Puri), who set out to separate their lives and dreams. Agreement has been made to complete
This increases the length of the film and diverts the audience's attention from one track and character to another. This especially becomes the case when every character other than the main characters is given a backstory. While the relationship between the cousins is portrayed well, the rest of the tracks feel predictable.
Director and Screenwriter duo Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru's drama could have benefited from a tighter script and a more focused story. Parents being unreasonable in their expectations is a recurring theme, but the narrative does not delve into it.
Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru's direction is simple not as much as we expected and confusing. Not only this, every love story definitely has some disappointing aspect, due to which the joy of romance disappears. The music (by Manan Bhardwaj, Khaleef and Yo Yo Honey Singh) is very catchy some of the songs are hits but the impact is lost as the songs start and end in a snap all songs are amazing with music The choreography (Pappu-Maalu, Feroz A. Khan and Vikram Borade) is good. Background music (Jam 8 Studios) is quite good. C.R. Ravi Yadav's camerawork is eye-candy.
The action and stunt scenes of Alan Amin and Arjun Raj are decent. The production designing by Radhika Rao, Vinay Sapru and Shankar Samant and the art direction by Aryan Prajapati is fine. Abhishek Kumar Singh's editing leaves something lacking.