Drishyam 2 review : In the first part of Drishyam 2, these various threads have been discovered in the legend of Jethu, which now weaves tightly about the lives of George, Rani and their daughters Anju and Anu.
Cast: Mohanlal, Meena, Murali Gopy, Asha Sharath and Siddique
Director: Jeethu Joseph
Drishyam 2 catches you from the very beginning. Six years after the unsolved case of Varun, the missing son of Inspector General Geeta Prabhakar (Asha Sharath) in which Geroge and his family are implicated, a lot has changed in the sleepy town of Georgetti near Thopupuzha. Georgekuti has enriched himself and now owns a local cinema theater in addition to his first cable TV venture. The newly constructed police station is now fully operational, but the stories linking Georgekutty and his family to Varun’s “murder” still hit the tongue “Do you know that his daughter and boy were in a relationship?” “Do you know that Georgecutty caught him in a compromising position and killed him?” And that is how whispers talk in the city.
We also learn that Georgekutty and his family first had sympathy with the local people, gradually disintegrating, there are those who are now envious of his prosperity and success. Meanwhile, George and his family are living because of the constant fear of the case. His elder daughter Anju (Ansiba) suffers from some kind of post-traumatic condition, which is clouded by memories of that fateful night and the presence of the police. In addition, Georgekutty’s family now has new neighbors – Sabu and Sarita (Anjali Nair), a couple who appear to be having a troubled marriage, and Sabu, an alcoholic alcoholic, also has an ax to grind with Gorzetti.
In the first part of Drishyam 2, these various threads have been discovered in the legend of Jethu, which now weaves tightly about the lives of George, Rani and their daughters Anju and Anu. These various dramatic elements are lit at a slow pace and allowed to boil over, keeping the audience hooked and increasingly concerned, before bringing things to a boil when the plot points unfavorably to the family in question Does.
Drishyam 2 is a worthy contender of origin. It gets your attention from the word go and entertains you over its two-and-a-half-hour period. This certainly cannot be one of those sequels where our main man, Georgekutty, jumps into a new world with a new set of new adventure characters. Despite being closed by the set of narrative, characters, and narrative set by DRISHM, Joseph creates an impressive and intriguing plot for the sequel.