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Times of India
The dreaded Dandupalya gang is behind bars and are all set to face their death sentence. A fierce journalist learns about a few loopholes in their case and is convinced that they are innocent. She takes up the challenge to prove that her belief in them is right.
Director Srinivasa Raju's 2 is the sequel to his film Dandupalya. This film, though, has the word Dandupalya muted and substituted with D gang. While the first film shows the gruesome modus operandi of the gang and how they end up being caught by the police, the sequel throws open a debate on whether the gang members are innocent. Although, the maker has also ensured that there are enough doubts left in the viewers' minds to set up a part 3 that promises to conclude the story.
The triumph of the film is in its performances, slick narration style and quality technical team. The background score by Arjun Janya is one of the best highlights of the film. The ensemble cast does a good job. P Ravi Shankar in his multi-hued role, particularly, is amazing on screen. Shruthi aa Abhivyakthi, the firebrand journalist, impresses too. The Dandupalya gang members, including the new addition to the cast, are convincing in their performances.
The filmmaker has brought two sides of the case in the first two parts of the film and this leaves the viewer curious about the third and concluding part. Go watch this film, its worth that trip to the hall.
It's true abt story... But is it true police behavior... Weather real police as done this type of tourcher... Approaching them to make a crime but in this movie they made a insult of women In this movie..... So I request to those kind of shots totally has been banned.....
Waste director created new story to take 3rd part it's totally wrong way from first part to second acting is superb from all but director failed