Dhilluku Dhuddu 2 Movie Review
Santhanam ,Deepti,Shritha Sivadas,Rajendran,Bipin,Urvashi,Motta Rajendaran,Dance Master Sivasankar, Director *MARI MUTHU , VIJAY TV RAMAR , JAYAPRAKASH ,BIPIN ,C.M.KARTHICK ,PRASANTH RAJ etc.
WRITTEN, SCREENPLAY, DIALOUGE & DIRECTION – Rambhala,Producer – Santhanam,Written – Rambhala, Music – Shabir,Cinematography – Deepak Kumar Pathy,Editer – Madhavan Madhu ,Production Company – Handmade films BY N.SANTHANAM , PRO – Johnson, LYRICIST – ARUNBHARATHI,GAANA VINOTH, ART DIRECTOR – A.R.MOHAN ,ACTION DIRECTOR -HARI DINESH (BAD BOY) ,CHOREOGRAPHER – SANDY, COSTUMES DESIGNER – R.PRAVEEN, RAAJ DESIGNS – THANDOORA STILLS – K.RAJ VFX – HARIHARA SUTHAN (GEMINI), SOUND DESIGNS – SYNC CINEMA, FINAL MIX – KANNAN KANPATH (AM STUDIO), MAKE UP – K.BUJJI BABU & R.PRABHAKARAN , PRODUCTION MANAGER – VALLAL D.VENKATESH , PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE – M.SENTHIL , PROJECT DESIGNER – S.RAJ NARAYANAN , CO – PRODUCER – C.RAMESH KUMAR RELEASE BY – TRIDENT ARTS – R.RAVINDRAN PRODUCTION * HANDMADE FILMS PRODUCED etc.
“Dhillukku Dhuddu 2” is a powerful package of horrific and hilarious, merged with numerous comedy artists, wh ich hold the audience with the possibility of entertainment. “Dhillukku Dhuddu 2” Santhanam’s gracious treat wi th exc essive characterized by beauty of movement, elegance of stylish form, which was executed refined the old format with a new approach. The flick “Dhillukku Dhuddu 2” keeps jerking on the romantic sequels. The actor Sa nthanam flourished in the banner of Handmade films, along with him Deepti, Sivadas, Rajendran, Bipin and Urva shi, who ha ve supported the film.
The actor Santhanam’s outlook clear cut that he had stepped into the next stratum, the director Rambhala expo sed the film according towards the upcoming hero Santhanam. As the film depends on the Santhanam’s comedy tracks and that he had given by his own fashionable formula.Innimey Ippadithan” one of the milestone in San tha nam’s carrier, which he was strained and turned out funniness. The guy Viji (Santhanam), who played as a ra scal ity eccentric that he drive an auto in the area along with him his uncle Motta Rajendran both live in the same ho use.
Viji’s shows an extreme level, which annoyed the in and around people. Now, Maya joins with Sivadas, behind this situation, if a guy proposes to her the guy will face a great tragedy. The reason was Maya’s father, who is a wizard by with all those possessing characteristic of appropriate to supernatural powers Viji control everything or not is the balance screenplay.The climax sequels, which give the whole amount of attracts, the first half San thanam join with Rajendran and entertain with the comical incidents. After a long gap, Santhanam has been com ing on big scr een, really the audience gets full fledged entertainment, that he shows his casualties in his frames. The visualization comes out well in a great manner, the songs are quite okay. enjoyable.
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Santhanam’s Dhilluku Dhuddu 2 is a film that takes the phrase ‘below the belt’ far too seriously and that’s not just because of the 24-insults-per-second format the film follows. It has a particularly strange obsession with men’s crotches and thereabouts. At first, a cricket ball is hurled at an effeminate man’s ‘central region’ and for a moment, the ball goes missing. Later, one of those toy monkeys, the kind that plays the drums, is shown drum mi ng its way into a man’s veshti. And when Mottai Rajendran goes outdoors at night to relieve himself, a ghost’s ar m appears from below only to lend him a “helping hand”. When the makers claimed that this film would cater to all “centres”, this is not what I had in mind.
The film’s other obsession is to check every box in the long list of Malayali clichés. I love how Malayali characters in Tamil films are invariably shown sporting sandalwood pottu on their foreheads, much like how south Indian characters need vibhuti to prove their authenticity in a Hindi film. Other Mallu clichés like banana chips, Prem am and of course ‘Jimmiki Kammal’ are thrown around apart from black magic, which is the main theme of the film.
But it takes a hell of a long time to even get there. A lot of time is spent developing Viji’s (Santhanam) continuous run-ins with a local political party, but we soon realise that it’s only meant for the mandatory fight scenes. It’s mu ch the same with the insipid love angle as well. It does nothing other than gift the up-and-coming star (who gets compared to “God” in his intro!) a love angle and a reason to move to Kerala. Like the first part, the film only ma tters once we’ve done away with the above-mentioned portions and the horror movie flashback. So when we finally move into the haunted house, we’re expecting a few big laughs. But here, we get just two, one of which I recall is a play on a very similar one involving spooky doors from the first film. A few jump-scares, a ‘cliffhanger’, and a lot of screaming later and we realise the 2 in the title is not because it’s the sequel. It’s the number of times the film makes you laugh.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-4.5/5