Force 2 Movie Review – Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahata


Bollywood Movie Review presents the Force 2 movie review by top professional Bollywood Hindi films critics like Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahata, Raja Sen, Anupama Chopra, Kamaal Rashid Khan, Saibal Chatterjee all are at one place here.

Star Cast Cast: John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Paras Arora, Adil Hussain and Genelia Deshmukh.
Release Date : 11th November, 2016


Force 2 Movie Review




Ratings:2/5. Review by Rajeev Masand on News 18

Force 2 isn’t unwatchable, and it won’t give you a migraine either. But it is a wildly inconsistent film that fills up the gaps between its many action sequences with ridiculous attempts at humor and drama. I’m going with two out of five. Hopefully this franchise ends here.



Review by Komal Nahata

On the whole, Force 2 has more style and less substance of the convincing type. It will, therefore, not be a force to reckon with at the box-office. Rather, it will entail losses.


Ratings:2.5/5. Review by Sukanya on Rediff

Just when things should take off, they spiral downwards as Force 2 loses steam over hastily established grievances, vendetta schemes and quick fix conclusions. There’s a noticeable drop in the action too marked by cacophonous thayn thayn and jerky camera moves.


Ratings:2/5. Review by Anupama Chopra on FIlmCompanion


Ratings:3/5. Review by Surabhi on Koimoi

Force 2 is surprisingly easily watchable. The film’s action sequences are shot well and those who love to watch John Abraham in his usual rough and tough avatar, will enjoy it. Force 2 is a Bollywood action entertainer. Don’t go with high hopes and you’ll surprise yourself.


Rating:3/5. Review by Bollywood Hungama

On the whole, FORCE 2 is a power packed adrenaline-pumping action thriller which has the right mixture of zing and force. At the Box-Office, the film will be appreciated by the audience. However the lack of chartbuster music, romance and demonetization might act as a spoilsport for the movie. All in all, FORCE 2 is, however, worth a shot!




Rating: -/-. Review by Bollywood Life

There are several chase sequences in the first half and all are thrilling. Special mention to the one atop buildings and it is a throwback to many Bond film chase scenes and one particular scene is worthy of applause when John gets into the Hulk mode. The interval point is sure to keep you hooked. John’s entry scene is sure to meet with several whistles and is a throwback to the one in Force 1. The only drawback is Sonakshi character, being a RAW agent she’s really clumsy which is really filmi though she carries a secret of her own. Let’s wait and watch how that turns out.


Rating: 3/5. Review by Manjusha Radhakrishnan by on GulfNews

Spy series are inherently masculine and Force 2 doesn’t do much to correct that. We have the token heroic introductory scenes to underline how indestructible Abraham is. There’s even a shirtless scene, showcasing his gleaming torso, inserted in the first ten minutes. Another intriguing bit? How does Abraham manage to keep his bath towel tied securely when he’s executing punches and blows at the baddies who spring on him?



Rating: 3/5. Review by Nihit Bhave on TOI

I spy with my little eye… an action movie with some cool stunts but a textbook thriller plot. Three RAW agents are killed in China. One of them is Inspector Yash’s (John Abraham) best friend, Harish. But before dying, Harish leaves inspector Yash a clue indicating that something bigger has been set in motion.



 Rating: 3/5. Review by Ananya Bhattacharya on Indian Today
Three undercover RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) agents are killed in three different cities in China. No one knows who is behind these orchestrated killings, and work in the higher echelons of power is thrown out of gear. The government cannot admit that their agents were spies. So they are disowned. The first half of Force 2 is crisp, taut, just like you expect a thriller to be. There is no stupid waste-of-time song and dance. There is so much happening on the screen that you don’t have the liberty or space to breathe.
Rating: 1.5/5. Review by Shubhra Gupta on indianexpress
In the first one, Yashvardhan (John Abraham) was a battering ram, all flint-eyed and stone-hearted after the death of his pretty wife. Five years later, the cop is given a good-looking RAW agent KK aka Kamaljit Kaur (Sonakshi Sinha), who is strictly business, attired in collared shirts and holstered guns and a raised eyebrow. But underneath all the bluster, there’s just a silly little girl who freezes at the sight of a pistol.
Rating: 2/5. Review by Rohit Vats on Hindustan Times
Force 2 has a noble heart. It wants to get the undercover agents, who selflessly serve the nation, their due. But the narrative hasn’t taken a favorable shape. Sadly, it’s mostly about muscles and very less about intelligence.
Rating: 4/5. Review by Gaurang Chauhan on Bollywood Life
This film is a must watch for all the film lovers. It is one of the few Indian espionage thrillers on the India-China relationship and it isn’t too preachy. Go for this one and you’ll be hooked for sure till the end.
Rating: 2.5/5. Review by on Saibal Chatterjee on NDTV Movies

Often in a film, especially towards the end, one of the characters spouts a dialogue that surmises what’s going on in the audience’s mind. This time around John says it mid-way, a few moments after the intermission — Something’s going wrong.

Force 2 Synopsis & Story

Force 2, brings back ACP Yashvardhan who teams up RAW Agent KK to bring down a master mind terrorist Shiv. The sequel directed by Abhinay Deo promises to pack in as much action as possible in this highly awaited action film.


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