Dabangg 2 Movie Reviews

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Ratings:2.5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Hindustan Times

The first half is all set-up-each scene essentially being a showcase for Chulbul-so when interval arrives, you are still waiting for the story to begin. When the story finally kicks in, it turns out to be a tired rehash of conniving politicians, familial misunderstanding and revenge. The plot movement is random - anything is possible at anytime.

The supporting cast is limp-Arbaaz Khan, who has also produced the film, is consistently wooden; Sonu Sood keeps glowering and poor Vinod Khanna wears exactly two expressions: anger and helplessness. There are too many songs and too, too much fighting, which becomes more gory and gratuitous as the film unfolds. Dabangg feels longer than it is and way more exhausting than it should. Still I recommend that you see the film for the sheer pleasure of watching Salman Khan in top form. And for the nicely smoldering Sonakshi who despite their difference in age and experience, holds her own effectively. Dabangg ends with the promise of a sequel. I would be happy to see more of Chulbul Pandey. I only hope that Kashyap writes him a better script.

Ratings:4/5 Reviewer: Taran Adarsh
Site:Bollywood Hungama

DABANGG 2 is a typical Bollywood film. It’s the kind of cinema we relished in the 1980s and enjoy to this date, but narrated in today’s lingo and format. It may/may not make sense to you, but Arbaaz and team ensure that you are entertained. Thoroughly entertained, actually. It’s riotous, outrageous, wacky, ambitious, absolutely madcap, transports you to an altogether different world. For those who adore masala movies, celebrate mainstream cinema, relish the cinema of yore and of course, hero-worship Salman Khan, DABANGG 2 is your ticket this festive season. On the whole, DABANGG 2 has Salman Khan, Salman Khan and Salman Khan + Entertainment, Entertainment and Entertainment in large doses. The film has the masala to work big time with the masses. This one will rewrite the rules of the game and the festive occasion [Christmas and New Year] will aid its potential. Sure shot Blockbuster!

Ratings:---- Reviewer: Bindu Suresh Rai Site: Emirates24by7

Dabangg 2 is Salman Khan in the flesh, as raw as he can get and just as corny. The new and improved version is still that lovable Robinhood man in uniform, with several moments of heightened Kung-Fu Pandey-ness thrown in to pepper up the proceedings. ‘Dabangg 2’ could’ve just as easily turned into a hotch potch of Bollywood action and kitsch, much like the recently released ‘Khiladi 786’, but Arbaaz somehow manages to restrain himself and Chulbul, which is by no means an easy task. Having said that, one can only see the cash registers ringing for ‘Dabangg 2’ in the coming weeks. If it beats the record of its first outing, we wouldn’t be surprised. This Kung Fu Pandey at his best. Credit here goes to director Arbaaz and the writers, who take a shallow film like ‘Dabangg 2’ and transform it into a wholesome watch, with pockets of emotional quotient and depth to its characters and relationships.

Ratings:2.5/5 Reviewer: Raja Sen
Site: Rediff

For a fan of the star in question, all that matters is whether the star seems to be having fun. In which case Dabanng 2 is just the ticket, since Salman looks to be having the time of his life. The film itself is better than the original -- or, to word it differently, is less unwatchable. And yet it has absolutely nothing new to offer, and nothing to remember, quote or take away from the theatre.
Oh, and there is one decent line -- one referring to Chulbul as Kung Fu Panday -- but, quite like the time we spend watching this film, it's a throwaway.

Rating: 2/5 Reviewer: Aniruddha Guha
Site: DNA India

Dabangg: Worked due to its unabashed admiration for the ’70s masala fillum and ability to recreate the formula in a contemporary set-up, maa ka badla and bhai ka pyaar et al.

Dabangg 2: Rehashes Dabangg itself, finding comfort in the formula rather than using it as a tool to entertain. Follows Singham and Khiladi 786, which tried hard to recreate Dabangg magic without being as successful. In other words, it’s wannabe-Dabangg.

Dabangg: 145cr.
Dabangg 2: ___

Rating: ---- Reviewer: Rohit Vats
Site: IBN Live

The film is dependent on Salman Khan and his superstar status and satisfactory acting save the day for it. No one other than Salman gets ample opportunities to showcase their skills. Dialogue-baazi helps in setting the mood. The music of the film is average but Fevicol se works well. Dabangg2 is all about entertainment. If you liked the first part then you will like this for sure. The film is well packaged. Robinhood Pandey returns in style. Recommended.

Salman Khan has reached a position where he doesn't need to bother about the number game, so he will be leaving no stone unturned to match up to the expectations of his fans. The antics of Chulbul Pandey will be the highlight of 'Dabangg 2'.

Rating: 3.5/5 Reviewer: Resham Sengar
Site: Zee News

When it comes to assessing Salman’s performance, all could be said is that he is the show stealer here and deserves applause for his mind blowing and effortless action scenes. He plays the bad-ass-cop-with-a-golden heart attitude with élan. Salman has proved with the ‘Dabangg’ series that he was and will always be an undisputed iron man of Hindi cinema. Period.

‘Dabangg’ was directed by a well-honed Abhinav Kashyap which did superbly at the box office. So there were bound to be expectations from Arbaaz too. But the actor cum director has kept the standards of the film intact like a pro. So much so that it was hard to believe that a newbie in film making has directed the film.

So, go on and book your ticket to enjoy this paisa vasool film with your friends and family and don’t forget to grab a tub of pop corn!

Rating: ---- Reviewer: Shilpa Jamkhandikar
Site: Reuters India

It seems unfair to devote a whole review to Arbaaz Khan's "Dabangg 2", given that this is hardly a film. As a friend said, it's a collection of deleted scenes from "Dabangg" that have been put together haphazardly to make the skeleton of a film.

Just as Salman Khan makes no pretence about acting, brother Arbaaz Khan makes no pretence about directing. "Dabangg 2" is an endless sequence of comedy-song-fight-romance. I can almost imagine the director mentally counting the time elapsed between a fight sequence and a song. A half-hour into the film, I could tell which was next, irrespective of whether it made sense.

Rating: ---- Reviewer: Devesh Sharma
Site: Filmfare

All said and done, the cliches work because of the phenomenon called Salman Khan. Take him away and the film will look as flat as a bottle of soda left too long in the sun. He keeps the fizz going through his boundless energy and makes sure you not only have your full money’s worth but will sign up for more before leaving the theatre. The ending hints at another sequel so stock up on the popcorn.
Dabangg 2 is a fanboy’s dream and wouldn’t disappoint the first comer either.

Rating: 3/5 Reviewer: Janhavi Samant
Site: Mid Day

It’s problematic of course that the hero is an openly corrupt police officer, although committed to his own strange convoluted form of social justice, and a complete chauvinist at that. It’s also problematic that the choreography of 'Fevicol' and 'Pandeyji Seeti', although striking, would make even 'Munni' hide in self-conscious shame. Prakash Raj and Deepak Dobriyal, two of our most interesting actors, are completely wasted in lackluster roles.

However, apna Salman returns in top form and cheer and really, that’s what will delight diehard fans.

Rating: 2.5/5 Reviewer: Saibal Chatterjee
Site: NDTV

So, the obvious question: is Dabangg 2 really twice as nice as the original action flick that made giant waves in 2010? Well, for one, the follow-up has been mounted on a far more lavish scale: its budget is nearly double that of the precursor.

This film might also end up raking in a much larger box office booty than Dabangg did. But assessed strictly as a pure entertainer designed for instant mass gratification, it isn’t half as successful.

But make no mistake. Dabangg 2 is every inch of the way the critic-proof film that it is meant to be. No matter how many holes you might spot in its uncomplicated, wafer-thin narrative edifice, Bollywood’s most bankable megastar's onscreen deeds, at a bit of a stretch, would serve to paper over all of them.

Rating: 2.5/5 Reviewer: India TV
Site: India TV

Arbaaz carries it with much responsibility and makes it fit for a perfect X'mas weekend.

I’ll go with 2.5 stars for this completely masala entertainment. Don’t expect the same magic of Dabangg; just enter the theatres for bindass Chulbul Pandey.

Rating: 2.5/5 Reviewer: Nabanita
Site: One India

Dabangg 2 is not meant to make sense! It's only meant to entertain. If you are a Chulbul Pandey fan, go and enjoy your annual dose of Salman Khan, else give it BIG ignore. Dabangg 2 will be loved by the masses, but not the classes. Though the movie has nothing extraordinary to provide, yet, people might relish it if they only keep their brains away while watching the movie!

Rating: 2.5/5 Reviewer: Roshni Devi
Site: Koimoi

What’s Good: The return of Chulbul Pandey-Rajjo-Makkhi; the comedy; some songs; the direction & cinematography.

What’s Bad: The convenient story; the forced father-son & Mahie-Arbaaz trajectories; the whole feel like a wannabe clone of Dabangg; the irritating product placements.

Watch or Not?: Watch it for Chulbul back in his game and if you’re a fan of Salman.

Rating: 2.5/5 Reviewer: Mansha Rastogi
Site: Now Running

To sum it up, Dabangg 2 encashes two brands completely - Salman Khan and Dabangg itself. The film works more for the actor than for the film itself. A feast for the superstar's fans and a one-time watch for the rest.

Rating: 2.5/5 Reviewer: Bharathi S Pradhan
Site: The Film Street Journal

Instead of etching out a story with a new stock of emotions and a screenplay that delights (don’t take a bow Dilip Shukla), someone seems to have sat down and made a checklist of what the sequel must contain, based only on what appealed in the original.

Despite all this, it would have helped had there been smarter writing to aid the many action scenes. Actually, ‘as expected’ is the key expression here – nothing is a surprise.
With a frame in the end titles hinting at a third Dabangg with Chhedi Singh’s brother, Arbaaz would do well to take the series forward the next time around with a sparkling new story, like Rakesh Roshan does with his Krrish sequels.

Watch it if you are a hardcore Salman Khan admirer and a Brand Dabangg loyalist!

Rating: 2/5 Reviewer: Mayank Shekhar
Site: Daily Bhaskar

Abhinav Kashyap’s Dabangg (2010), while a huge commercial success too, was still different. It was a film that was liked by audiences outside of the super-star’s worshippers. Unlike in the past, Salman played a character, rather than only himself. The film had a definite setting and it was in equal parts a self-aware spoof and sizzling entertainment. This explains the sequel.

Within two years, that same film has roughly been remade by Akshay Kumar (Rowdy Rathor, Khiladi 786) and by Ajay Devgn once (Singham). Dabangg 2 is relatively better than those movies but it hardly compares with the original.

As prophecied, if the world did come to an end on the day of the film’s release (December 21, 2012), you’d feel like a moron spending the last day on planet earth filling your mind and lowering your IQ with rubbish like this. Otherwise, you’d feel just fine, surrounded by Sallu’s bhakts who were probably in the theatre knowing that their super-hero in fact would save the world for them. He does. And yeah, like any other faith, this kind of idol worship is really hard to explain.

Rating: 4.5/10 Reviewer: Mufaddal Fakhruddin
Site: IGN Middle East

Dabangg 2 was supposed to be an absurd, raunchy masala movie, and it is, but not a good one. The excuse that it’s not supposed to be an intelligent film doesn’t work here because there is a tact into being the leave-your-brains-at-home movie and Arbaaz Khan’s directorial debut fails to be that. Very rarely do Hindi movies get a sequel, and Dabangg 2 is exactly the reason why.


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Anonymous's picture

Anupama Chopra doesnt like masala movies and that is why such a low review. I totally love them though. To each his own.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Good music, power packed action... Salman everywhere... Book the ticket by Downloading Official Dabangg2 Android and iPhone Mobile Apps from Google App Store and iTune App Store…

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    It's an amazing movie. A complete amalgamation of Roma ce, comedy, dance, action, family bonding. Since it was a sequel it had to have continuity with regard to dabangg1 . Intact the treatment to the movie this time is far more superior. Salman is a person who is not liked by the media and for them reviewing his movies seems to be the right time to take revenge, and they have done what was expected of them. The truth is that it's only Salman who could play ChulbulPandey. He has created a history in Indian cinema which no other actor can match in centuries to come. He has proved once again that vulgarity is not required to show romance, as most Indian movies now use vulgarity to promote the movie. It's a complete family entertainment. The Fevicol of bebo is also not vulgar at all like other item numbers. We have to accept that Salman is a Brand, unreachable.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Really Very nice movie... I booked my tickets from Dabangg2 App. Awesome app……Download Dabanng2 app on ur android or iPhone n book ur tickets to ur nearest area.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Loved every bit of Dabangg starting from it's trailers, facebook contest, twitter promotions, Dabangg 2 Android and iPhone app and lastly the MOVIE...Salman's performance is mindbogglingly superb.

    Also, as a Dabangg fan I already knew what to expect. So, all those cribbing about the story....well one should see the movie only for Salman and the dialogues that he has in the movies...rest even if lacks we don't feel bored or disappointing like the shit SRK movies.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Swagat nahi karoge Chulbul Pandey ka apne najdiki cinema gharome!!!!!!! . Download Dabanng2 app on ur android or iPhone n book ur tickect to ur nearest area.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Very spicy masala movie... Book the ticket at your nearest theatre by downloading Official Dabangg2 Android and iPhone Mobile Apps from Google App Store and iTune App Store… Book the tickets

  • 2 years ago
  • Kitty's picture

    Raja Sen's review is hilarious! Anonymous, to read the *full* review just click the name Raja Sen (in pink) and a new page will open and you can read it there. PV only printed few lines of each review. But I think the one who sums it up best is Aniruddha Guha... that review deserves to be shown in full, here it is:

    Spot the difference:

    1. Dabangg: Opening sequence: Warehouse action scene.
    Dabangg 2: Opening sequence: Warehouse action scene.

    2. Dabangg: Chulbul Pandey introduces himself (Hud hud dabangg).
    Dabangg 2: Chulbul Pandey introduces himself (Hud hud dabangg).

    3. Dabangg: Intro song, one dance number, two romantic songs, one item number.
    Dabangg 2: Intro song, one dance number, two romantic songs, one item number.

    4. Dabangg: Villain takes on Chulbul. Chulbul insults villain. Villain angry.
    Dabangg 2: Villain takes on Chulbul. Chulbul insults villain. Villain angry.

    5. Dabangg: Villain takes revenge by killing Chulbul’s family member.
    Dabangg 2: Villain takes revenge by killing Chulbul’s family member.

    6. Dabangg: Chulbul angry. Goes shirtless. Punches shirtless villain in ultra slo-mo shots.
    Dabangg 2: Chulbul angry. Goes shirtless. Punches shirtless villain in ultra slo-mo shots.

    7. Dabangg: Abhinav Kashyap, director.
    Dabangg 2: Arbaaz Khan, director.

    8. Dabangg: XX Bhai porn.
    Dabangg 2: XXX Bhai porn.

    9. Dabangg: Worked due to its unabashed admiration for the ’70s masala fillum and ability to recreate the formula in a contemporary set-up, maa ka badla and bhai ka pyaar et al.

    Dabangg 2: Rehashes Dabangg itself, finding comfort in the formula rather than using it as a tool to entertain. Follows Singham and Khiladi 786, which tried hard to recreate Dabangg magic without being as successful. In other words, it’s wannabe-Dabangg.

    10. Dabangg: 145cr.
    Dabangg 2: ___

  • 2 years ago
  • superlooker's picture

    Haters gonna burn no matter what
    Anon scums don't have guts to speak directly

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Fri, 2012-12-21 14:34 — Anonymous

    Is there a movie Taran Adarsh gave less than 3/5?!!

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    Yes, Aaja nachle, he gave it 1.5/5 as it was the biggest disaster of 2007

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Thu, 2012-12-20 23:56 — marypoppins
    marypoppins's picture

    Salman taking his stardom for granted...his downfall will start with this film...reviews are not good at all...

    you meant the stardom hes had for the past 2 decades? dont you think he would have let it go to his head before rather than now?

    Thu, 2012-12-20 22:35 — hipsdontlie
    hipsdontlie's picture

    He's an embarrassment when dancing, and his torso is so oddly proportioned that his solid colour shirts look like they're inflated; there is a fair bit of hot air, to be sure. But all things considered, he wears the expressions unashamedly enough to make them work.

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    lol at these lines from Raja sen's review.

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    NO WHERE DO THOSE LINES COME UP WITHIN THE REVIEW, GET A LIFE!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    TOO MUCH VIOLANCE AND BAD JOKES, BUT AGAIN THAT IS WHY SALMAN IS LOVED; SAD.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Dabangg 2 Review By Raja Sen:
    Ratings:2.5/5
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    Dabangg 2 Review By Nabanita Roy: Ratings:2.5/5
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    Dabangg 2 Review By Roshni Devi :
    Site:Koimoi
    Ratings:2.5/5
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    Dabangg 2 Review By Mayank Shekhar : Ratings:2/5
    8 minutes ago · Like

    Dabangg 2 Review By Nabanita Roy :
    Site:One India
    Ratings:2.5/5
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    Dabangg 2 Review By Kanika Sikka :
    Site:DNA
    Ratings:2.5/5
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    Taran Adarsh 4/5 onlye one person for rating 4/5 and than 6 person 2.5/5 taran adarsh are you fire person

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    being a blockbuster does not make something a good movie people!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Amazingly flop movie. :( Go for it if you want mindless fun only.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    there is more romance in dabangg 2 which i love so much

    God Sonakshi is angelic beautiful and gorgeous, especially in bed scene, but everything is done so aesthetically, wanna see this scenes again and again

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Few irrelevant haters spamming pinkvilla..atleast no matter what ,dabangg2 is not as bad as ra.one and JTHJ

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    the real king off bollywood salman khan

  • 2 years ago
  • lovePConly's picture

    It will be a blockbuster no matter its a bad or worst movie.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    dabangg one was well directed this dabangg sucked in terms of direction.. i think this directer tried to copy dabangg one direction and failed. we already seen part 1 why show it again on a larger scale?? nothing new was offered in part 2 the guy who was the villain should get the awards this yr. he was a very good villain.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    i didnt like it, i liked first one because it was dif. this was the same as first one?? it wasnt dif. iv already seen this because i saw part 1 :S the story is stupid first dabangg had all elements his connection with his mother how both bros unite to avenge her etc. was sweet dabangg 2 was so shit these reviews on PV are proof tht the film sucked its still ganna make 100 cr. because of salman factor

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    2.5? damn that's such bad rating....i don't know why the reviewers just state these are the extra clips from the 1st movie

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Well if you don't like it then don't watch it. Salman's films always lack logic and they're made to entertain you. Please don't expect nothing but entertainment from Salman Khan.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    haters saying flop. you all are going to eat pie. this movie will be an ALL TIME BLOCKBUSTER.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Arbaaz has seriously given tough competition to shirish kunder with this movie

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    flop

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Wow so many 2 and 2.5 reviews!!! Clearly it is a CRAP movie!

  • 2 years ago
  • Hypatia's picture

    sad movie....poor direction! Salman is taking advantage of his current run of luck....no content, no brains, no efforts!

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    (No efforts) EXACTLYYY !!!!!

  • 2 years ago
  • Hypatia's picture

    If I'm going to watch it, I'll do that only for Sonakshi. POINT.

  • 2 years ago
  • Hypatia's picture

    why do I sense like they're a bit careful and reserved when criticizing a Salman's film ??????

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Sounds terrible.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I still don't find anything great about the first one...

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Fri, 2012-12-21 05:20 — Anonymous
    Anonymous's picture

    Fri, 2012-12-21 03:36 — Anonymous

    sad movie....poor direction! Salman is taking advantage of his current run of luck....no content, no brains, no efforts! I wish i had skipped this one.
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    i know maximum people will go to watch this then comments like you '' if i had skip this one''.

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    Hahaha...Salman surely laughs when he sees people spend their money to watch his movie on first day first show and then criticise badly. The money is already registered...who cares what they think after.
    If you guys like me sincerely like me want sallu to start ACTING and stop taking his followers for granted then don't go for his predictable movies. It will make him sit up.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Is there a movie Taran Adarsh gave less than 3/5?!!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    ULTRA FLOP: MINDLESS CRAP.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    They should have waited few years and made sequel.A second part seemed a little too quick for movie and they have basically nothing new to offer.#Flop

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Salman is now the best actor in Bollywood today,
    look at his feelings when he knows what happened to his baby,his emotions are
    heart touching and then his rage,truly awesome.
    You deserved the number one movie in Bollywood,
    Dabangg 2 Rocks. plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz post. there r so many salman haters at thz site. but truth is tht dabangg 2 is better than dabangg

  • 2 years ago
  • Spicyliya's picture

    haven't seen the film yet!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    joke of d year .. R I P DABBANG 2 ... :) :) .. wat crap movie ,,,,,

  • 2 years ago
  • superlooker's picture

    Anon trolling this thread so much get a life pathetic losers.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    flop movie

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    i saw the movie time west and flop

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Abhinav Kashyap was right to walk away from directing a sequel. Dabaang was a whole movie on it's own complete. There was no need for a sequel. Now they are already talking of Dabaang 3 (Ha!) I guess Salman & his brothers want a franchise to compete with Khiladi, Don, Krissh, DOOM, BOND etc. It's doable but must take another angle not repeat already done sequenses

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Flop flop salman ko acting b ati h kya.

  • 2 years ago
  • superlooker's picture

    #Dabangg2 cured the depression public had after watching #JTHJ. Everyone in India and world r happy and healthy. Hail God Salman u saved it!

    haha this is the best comment I read

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    inshallah this film FLOPS.............bwahahaha does this look like JOKE shitty ra.one or wannebe crap romantic gossip girl JTHJ to you???

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I am still thinking after 3 hours of watching D2 , what everyone thought to do this movie , Loved dabangg but dabangg2 is a joke with audience ...masala movies ,OK , but atleast not this type , Salman shud say NO to these movies ..........

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    inshallah this film FLOPS.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    horrible bakwaas movie.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Dabbang 2 is nowhere near dabbang.. however, this movie will earn heaps of money cuz of Salman factor...

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    The movie is banking on dabangg1.That's seems the only to make big collections.Nothing in this one.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    This movie was a joke in front of Abhinav Kashyap.Arbaaz should quit immediately

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Fri, 2012-12-21 03:36 — Anonymous

    sad movie....poor direction! Salman is taking advantage of his current run of luck....no content, no brains, no efforts! I wish i had skipped this one.
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    i know maximum people will go to watch this then comments like you '' if i had skip this one''.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Blockbusterrrrr !!!!!!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    pagla movie

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    salman ka bura din aa gaya fir lagatar 13 flop dega

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    sad movie....poor direction! Salman is taking advantage of his current run of luck....no content, no brains, no efforts! I wish i had skipped this one.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    worthless movie.waste of money & time again no story same action like dabangg 1 .....don't waste your time & money. and don't ruined your holidays TOTAL WAKVAAS MOVIEEEE.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    BOHOOOOOOOOOOO HATERS...GO AND CRY SOME WHERE ELSE,FRUSTRATED SOULS,DABANNGG IS BEING LOVED ALL OVER INDIA AND EVEN OUTSIDE INDIA..SO STOP SPAMMING PINKVILLA

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    jitna bakwaas kehna ho keh lo lekin salman ki less quality wali hi picture hi blockbuster hoti hai aur yeh bhi hogi dekh lena kyonki salman jitni fan following kisi bhi actor ki nahin hai. Log salman ki movie ko nahin salman ko dekhne jate hain.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    This movie was not even worth 50rs.Better to donate hard earned money for poor people

  • 2 years ago
  • viewer's picture

    taran adarsh sucks..4/5 ..haha ha

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I think some reviews below maybe form haters.But being a salman fan, dabaang was lot better than dabaang2.

  • 2 years ago
  • mystery guy's picture

    I request pinkvilla to never again publish Taran Adarsh's review in any post in future. His reviews are drastically different from others for not only this film but all other big budget movies with big stars. This loser ass licks others for his own gain thereby corrupting his professional duties leaving no credibility in his biased reviews.
    He is more of business and trade analyst than a reviewer. The best reviews are from Rajeev masand. He is one guy who doesnt mix his personal relationship with his professional reviews(though most of his BLIND ITEMS are crap).

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    taran adarsh may afraid of salman khan..thats why 4/5

  • 2 years ago
  • prettykat's picture

    dabangg1 was intolerable ...i dont expect much from dabangg 2 and above tht hate sonakshi sinha

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    It is movies like this that objectify women and make men think they are objects that they can play with any time!!! Has anyone listened to the lyrics of Fevicol Se carefully???? Do it and you will realize what it is saying!!! No wonder such films become BIG hits in small town India and among uneducated men who idolize Salman Khan!! It is the same uneducated men who use women as an object and as a toilet paper and even rape them....and movies and songs like this provide them with more inspiration for their horrific deeds!!!

    Did any of Salman Khan, Arbaaz khan, Kareena Kapoor, anyone involved...did any of them think even once before making a song like Fevicol Se????

    Shame on people who make such movies,work on such movies,like such movies,praises such,etc....SHAME!!!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Hahahahahah! @ Raja Sen's review!!! Extremely funny and spot on! This movie is full crap!

  • 2 years ago
  • marypoppins's picture

    Salman taking his stardom for granted...his downfall will start with this film...reviews are not good at all...

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Worst film
    Sonakshi is soo fat and cannot act at all with awful big long nose and forehead, she looks like a aunty
    This is her films role play typical desi girl for 15 min in each film go.away aunty

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    i think people should save there money wait for it to come online its not worth spending money for its not better then the first one its just set on a bigger scale but it falls flat the guy who was the villain was MINDBLOWING kya acting te :| and kareenas entry was nice and ending was superb just like part 1 but it wasnt as good as part 1 if u have money to waste go for it otherwise save the money :) sonakshi was indeed like furniture they tried giving her good dialogues but it was a bit overdone she looks old too in the film :S

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    hey i watched it finally!!! and to be honest it sucked i liked the first one more!!! i didnt like part 2 as much it was same thing just a little twist bigger villain, part 1 was original they went overboard with part 2 i liked kareenas song and the ending thats it

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    it's a big shame that an actor like salman who's been in the industry for 25 years does a film like this without considering his position as an A-list actor, and wound his fans feelings and audience's expectations.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Full waste of money

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Bakwas movie, bakwas acting and south indian copied actions, nothing else . Watched it , wasted my money, dont waste ur money

  • 2 years ago
  • superlooker's picture

    4/5???? u gotta be kidding me....more like 2.5/5....not as hype as the 1st one

    taran adarsh s gone .... what Entertainment, Entertainment and Entertainment my foot

    It was the worst movie of this year.Give my money back

    disaster of the year
    ____________________________________________________________________________
    Bunch of anon scums trolling this thread

  • 2 years ago
  • Voiceswriter's picture

    Someone called Sonakshi the classic example of human furniture in their review, it's mean I know but it was also very funny.

  • 2 years ago
  • Real Talk's picture

    Taran in all probability wrote that review when the filming for this movie began! he has no credibility as a reviewer what so ever..

    As far as this franchise goes, its the same as the khiladi series... indian cinema at its garish and insane worst.. this always makes me question the indian public who enjoy this kind of cinema. Sad.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    an UNBIASED comment, the movie is NOT good at all! Dabanng was a lot better. If anyone says the sequel is better than the first one then they are just compulsive liars !

  • 2 years ago
  • hipsdontlie's picture

    He's an embarrassment when dancing, and his torso is so oddly proportioned that his solid colour shirts look like they're inflated; there is a fair bit of hot air, to be sure. But all things considered, he wears the expressions unashamedly enough to make them work.

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    lol at these lines from Raja sen's review.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Taran Adarsh is the worst critics of bollywood. A mad person, I am surprised people still read his review and verdict.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    4/5???? u gotta be kidding me....more like 2.5/5....not as hype as the 1st one

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    taran adarsh s gone .... what Entertainment, Entertainment and Entertainment my foot

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    It was the worst movie of this year.Give my money back

  • 2 years ago
  • moimeme's picture

    Taran Adarsh gave this film 4/5! What?

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    disaster of the year

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    You guys have copied this from taran adarsh's review :/

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    taran adarsh is a PAID CRITIC. It doesn't matter what he says. He probably wrote this review days before seeing the film

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Hope it works for salman...Love Dabangg for it's craziness!!!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    BLOCKBUSTER!!!

  • 2 years ago
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