Banner: Thameens Films
Producer: Shibu Thameens
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Casting: Vikram, Prabhu, Bobby Simha, Aishwarya Rajesh, Keerthi Suresh, Soori, Delhi Ganesh, Sumitra, Kota Srinivasa Rao and others
Ramasaamy (Vikram) works as a manager for Union Minister (Prabhu) even as he prepares for civils. Though Union Minister's daughter Diya (Keerthi Suresh) falls for him, he avoids her surprising all.
Ramasaamy much to the shock of his grandparents chooses IPS instead of IAS despite topping the Civils and gets posting as ACP in Vijayawada.
To find out what destiny has in store for ACP Ramasaamy in Vijayawada, enjoy Saamy 2 on silver screen.
Vikram showed his power as a police officer. He looked super fit and his body language and mannerisms looked apt for the role. He delivered powerful dialogues to make a strong impact. He attracted with his screen presence and showed perfect emotions and expressions. He enacted breathtaking stunts and danced with energy to thrill all his fans and masses. However age is fast catching up and it is visible in his looks.
Keerthi Suresh just got confined to glam doll role. She is just okOK with her looks and did not get scope to show her acting talent. Aishwarya Rajesh attracted with her looks and it is well known that she replaced Trisha who romanced Vikram in the original.
Bobby Simha played the role of Raavan and he just turned out to be loud and unbearable. Soori's comedy failed to attract and instead irritated the viewers. Others performed according to their roles.
Devi Sri Prasad's music is just average. He came with mass beats and though couple of songs are good, others turned out to be routine and acted as a speed breakers. His background score though made an impact most of the time turned out to be loud and jarring. Editing could have been far better as there are many scenes which dragged the film.
Cinematography of Priyan and Venkatesh captured the scenes in a natural and realistic manner. Director Hari should have included few twists and turns to generate more interest among the movie lovers. Production values are good.
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Hari continued from where he left in Saamy for Saamy 2. He came with out and out mass action story and did not deviate anywhere in his efforts to attract masses. First half sails off smoothly at a fast pace and with action scenes coming everywhere and Vikram thrilling all, it ended with an interesting interval bang.
Second half however turned out to be extremely routine and these clichés and the narration decreased the interest among the movie lovers. Masses may love Saamy 2 for Vikram's action scenes and few dialogues, but for others there is nothing in it.
Saamy 2 fails to come with a success roar.