Drishyam 2 is a Tamil film directed by Jeethu Joseph. It stars Mohanlal, Anil Johnson, Satheesh Kurup, assistant cinematographers Jitheesh Managalapilly, Linta Jeethu, Asha Shardique, and Murali Gopi. It is an enjoyable drama with some interesting twists and turns. The film is rated PG.
Drishyam 2 picks up where its predecessor left off. It reunites the characters and follows the investigation into the disappearance of Varun Prabhakar. Like its predecessor, it begins as a family drama, but builds pulse with a complex mystery. In addition, Jeethu Joseph skillfully weaves several threads into one complex story. The movie also boasts a strong climax.
After a successful Malayalam release, Drushyam is a super hit in Telugu, Hindi, and Telugu. The remake features Mohanlal, Meena, Ansiba Hassan, Asha Sarath, and Siddique. The film was delayed by a year after its theatrical release, but will be available in a digital format on Amazon Prime Video. The movie’s runtime hasn’t been revealed yet, but it will certainly be an interesting read for fans of both films.
Although the first Drishyam ran for over two hours and 33 minutes, the sequel will continue the storyline with a twist. The second part of Drishyam explores the consequences of Georgekutty’s actions. The moral compass of Georgekutty is challenged and the meaning of ‘nobility’ is in doubt. It’s also worth noting that Drishyam is a modest budget movie.
The sequel to the 2013 crime thriller Drishyam will follow the same cast, including Mohanlal, Asha Sarath, Siddique, and Murali Gopy. Jeethu Joseph is the director and will focus on the father character Georgekutty. There will be a new character, played by Anil Johnson, in the movie. In addition to Mohanlal, the movie will also feature Anil Johnson and Advocate Shanthi.
In addition to the plot, Drishyam 2 will explore the social milieu of its characters, including the harsh social stigma associated with criminals. The film also explores the relationship between two lovers and the breakdown of communication between them. It is important to note that the movie doesn’t glorify the hero’s actions and the resulting heavy guilt and shame. Instead, it mirrors the human heart. If you’re wondering how Drishyam 2 ran, you should watch the film.
While the camerawork and editing are excellent, the first half is overstuffed with unnecessary drama. While Anil Johnson and Satheesh Kurup are laudable, there’s no way the film would have been as good without these two actors. The film is still technically sound, though. It just lacks action and slow-motion close-ups. The cast, however, makes up for this lack of action.