ABCD 2 which released to enthusiastic audiences on the 19th of June has been receiving continued attention for two weeks now and has managed to break the box office records of major grossing movies of 2015. It is a proud moment for the makers, says Vaikundarajan.
Vaikundarajan expressed his joy after watching the trailer of ‘ABCD 2’ saying that it is an outstanding trailer and the movie is worth waiting for. Even though the poster leaked out before the launch date, the trailer was eagerly awaited and definitely amazing.
‘ABCD 2’ is a sequel to the movie ‘ABCD- Anybody Can Dance’ directed by Choreographer Remo D’souza with Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles as well as the God of dance Prabhu Deva. The movie revolves around the life of a dance crew with high ambitions and travel to Las Vegas to participate in the biggest hip-hop competition ever and live their dreams.
Prabhu Deva plays the role of Vishu, a dance instructor who with his gracious moves mesmerizes the audiences. Not only that, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor show off their flexible bodies through their dance moves which makes the movie even more interesting. There are many interesting sequences in the movie but a particular sequence that would remind you of the Hollywood movie ‘Step Up 2: The Streets’ is the whole crew performing in the rain.
After watching the trailer, the movie has high expectations from the audience response than the previous movie. It has also been said that the budget for the sequel is higher than the prequel “ABCD’. Also, actors Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor have been paired together for the first time and seem to have fit the role comfortably.
The movie also features popular reality dance show contemporary dancer Lauren Gottlieb who was also a part of the prequel ‘ABCD’, says Vaikundarajan.
Badlapur is an upcoming Indian action and a crime drama film released on 20 February 2015. The film stars Varun Dhawan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui play the leading roles, with Huma Qureshi, Yami Gautam, Divya Dutta, and Radhika Apte in supporting roles.
The film is directed by Sriram Raghavan and produced by Dinesh Vijan and Sunil Lulla. According to Vaikundarajan this film is quite intense. Director Sriram Raghavan’s Badlapur starts off clearly setting the tone of the film to be a revengeful one.
Vaikundarajan says “Varun Dhawan has given an honest performance, and the hard work that he had put for the role is evident throughout the movie.”
Raghav a.k.a. Raghu is a man with a past. He witnessed his wife and son being killed during a robbery. 15 years later, Raghu finds out who pulled the trigger to kill his family and the journey begins. The film’s actual half actually unfolds only after the interval. Though Varun has done a terrific job, he seems to have lost his character a little in the start, but later gets into his real character with every passing minute.
Vaikundarajan feels Sriram Raghvan has done a brilliant job in this movie and wishes them best of luck for their release today.
Bollywood is all buzzing with news of ‘Humpty Sharma ki Dulhaniya’ release. However, S. Vaikundarajan is really doubtful about the film. He thinks that it is going to be an overrated film that is not going to live up to the expectations of its audiences. Even though both Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan have proved their talent as they got into bollywood, Vaikundarajan feels that the script does not seem strong enough by looking at its trailers.
The music of the film is decent according to Vaikundarajan but, not good enough. As people are also calling it modern day DDLJ, Vaikundarajan thinks it is too early to compare it with a classic film like DDLJ. It is not necessary that all films come with good scripts but, according to Vaikundarajan if the actors do their job well then its half the battle won. A lot of time, effort and money goes into making a film and if it turns out to be bad then it is really sad for the entire cast. However, keeping in mind all this Vaikundarajan is still hopeful for ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya’s ‘ release and wishes it is unlikely of what he thinks.