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Times of India
: To gain political power and to retain their positions, politicians of all hues can stoop low. Morals, values and principles do not matter. The one who matters most in the powerplay is the 'broker'.
: The film is a direct attack on voters. It takes a dig at voters for casting their vote for whoever they will despite knowing about the black side of the politicians. In fact, the 'broker' in the movie goes to the point of suggesting that political candidates should be boxed in the face when they come seeking for votes. Subhas Chandra Bose (Banerjee) is the surprise choice of the ruling party high command when they decide to replace Das (Jeeva). Das is unwilling to give up his position as an emissary of the party lands in Hyderabad to select a new chief minister. Das has no choice but to fall silent when he is shown a video clipping of him with a woman in a compromising position. Bose is the new chief minister but the man who runs all his illegal affairs is 'Broker' who has the name 'Devudu'. He is the one who strikes financial deals so that more money can be stacked in Swiss banks. Meanwhile, for each other's mutual benefit Bose and Das join hands. But cunning as he is Das wants to stage a comeback and what does he have? A video of Bose in a compromising position with a woman! And this woman becomes the centre of all the controversy that erupts. Posani Krishnamurali, like he does in practically every films, calls himself a mental person. And you don't even want to dispute that. It does get on one's nerves but then what can you say about a man who is bent upon poking fun of himself silly. Broker-2 is a sequel to 'Broker' but that movie directed by R P Patnaik had far better quality in terms of storyline, canning the shots, and driving home a point. Broker-2 only drives you crazy.