Anjaan In Dual Audio Hindi
Anjaan In Dual Audio Hindi: A Review of the Action Thriller Movie
Anjaan is a 2014 Tamil-language action thriller movie directed by N. Lingusamy and produced by Thirupathi Brothers. The movie stars Suriya as Raju Bhai, a gangster who goes missing after a shootout with his rival Imran Bhai (Manoj Bajpayee). His best friend Chandru (Vidyut Jammwal) sets out to find him with the help of Jeeva (Samantha Akkineni), Raju's love interest. The movie also features Dalip Tahil, Soori, Asif Basra, Brahmanandam, and Murali Sharma in supporting roles.
The movie was dubbed in Hindi and released as Khatarnak Khiladi 2 in 2016. The movie was also dubbed in Telugu and released as Sikandar. The movie received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, who praised Suriya's performance, action sequences, and cinematography, but criticized the weak plot, excessive violence, and length. The movie was a commercial success, grossing over 100 crore worldwide.
The movie begins with Chandru and Jeeva arriving in Mumbai to look for Raju, who has been missing for two years. They meet Raju's old friend Manoj (Soori), who tells them that Raju was a feared gangster who ruled the city along with Chandru. He also tells them that Raju fell in love with Jeeva, a social worker who helped the poor and orphaned children. Raju decided to quit his criminal life and settle down with Jeeva, but his plans were ruined by Imran Bhai, a powerful don who wanted to eliminate Raju and take over his territory.
Imran Bhai hired an assassin named Amar (Chitrangada Singh) to kill Raju. Amar disguised herself as a journalist and interviewed Raju, but failed to kill him. She then informed Imran Bhai about Raju's whereabouts, and he sent his men to ambush him. Raju and Chandru fought back and escaped, but Raju was shot by Amar in the process. Chandru took him to a hospital, but Raju disappeared from there. Chandru assumed that Raju was dead and went into hiding.
Chandru and Jeeva then visit Raju's old house, where they find a clue that leads them to Goa. There they meet Krishna (Dalip Tahil), a former police officer who helped Raju in the past. Krishna tells them that Raju is alive and living in Goa under a new identity as Krishna's son. He also reveals that Amar is his daughter, who was brainwashed by Imran Bhai to become an assassin. He says that he has been trying to convince Amar to leave Imran Bhai and join him and Raju.
Chandru and Jeeva are overjoyed to hear that Raju is alive, but their happiness is short-lived when Imran Bhai tracks them down and attacks them. Raju arrives in time to save them and confronts Imran Bhai. He reveals that he faked his death with the help of Krishna and Amar, who switched sides after realizing her father's love for her. He also says that he has been secretly plotting to destroy Imran Bhai's empire by killing his associates one by one.
Raju then engages in a final showdown with Imran Bhai and kills him. He reunites with Chandru, Jeeva, Krishna, and Amar, and decides to start a new life with them.
Anjaan is a typical masala movie that offers nothing new or original in terms of story or screenplay. The movie relies heavily on Suriya's star power and charisma, which he delivers with aplomb. He carries the movie on his shoulders with his dual role as Raju and Krishna, showcasing his versatility and range as an actor. He also excels in the action scenes, which are well-choreographed and executed by stunt director Anal Arasu.
The movie also benefits from the presence of Vidyut Jammwal, who plays Chandru with ease and flair. He shares a good chemistry with Suriya and matches him in the action sequences. Samantha Akkineni looks beautiful as Jeeva, but has little to do other than being the love interest of Raju. Manoj Bajpayee is wasted as Imran Bhai, who is a clichéd and one-dimensional villain. The rest of the cast is adequate, but not memorable.
The movie suffers from a weak and predictable plot, which is filled with loopholes and logic flaws. The movie tries to create suspense and twists, but fails to surprise or impress the viewers. The movie also drags on for too long, with a runtime of 170 minutes. The movie could have been trimmed by at least 30 minutes to make it more crisp and engaging. The movie also has too much violence and gore, which may not appeal to the family audience.
The movie has some redeeming factors, such as the cinematography by Santosh Sivan, who captures the locales of Mumbai and Goa with his lens. The music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is also catchy and melodious, especially the songs "Ek Do Teen Chaar" and "Sirippu En". The movie also has some humorous moments, thanks to Soori and Brahmanandam, who provide comic relief.
Overall, Anjaan is a movie that caters to the fans of Suriya and action lovers, who may enjoy the movie for its star value and stunts. However, for the others, it is a movie that can be skipped or watched at your own risk.