Vishwaroopam 2 (U/A)
10/Aug/2018 Thriller, Crime 2hrs 21mins

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Kamal Haasan is restrained as actor and efficient as director

Given all the budgetary constraints, it is indeed surprising to see Kamal Haasan's ability to deliver a good quality product of international standards. Kamal Haasan as a director and actor shines through-out the movie. Kamal Haasan dialogues are engaging and have subtle references to real-life. (more)

Source: editor, MovieCrow


Despite having some genuinely good moments, the film tries to put forth a little too much, a little too quickly.

Vishwaroopam 2 is a classic example of overkill. This multi-lingual film has been shot in both Tamil and Hindi. And despite having some genuinely good moments, the film tries to put forth a little too much, a little too quickly.(more)

Source: Rachit Gupta, Times Of India


The Kamal Haasan film is an incoherent mess

Even Kamal Haasan can't rise above the shockingly inept script, which he rescues only in a few places, when his trademark intelligent, wry self-awareness manages to kick in. The rest can be safely ignored.(more)

Source: Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express


Kamal Haasan's Film Fires Blanks - Noisy But Of No Use

That pretty much sums up Vishwaroop 2. It repeatedly fires blanks - noisy but of no use. Has a movie sequel ever been so pointless?(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies


Kamal Haasan's superfluous sequel has unexciting missions

Vishwaroop 2 is a reminder that killing off a villain in the first part is always better than keeping him alive especially when he is on the verge of dying anyway. Haasan could have invested his energies on something more constructive - his second last Sabaash Naidu sounds fun - and audiences would ...(more)

Source: Suhani Singh, India Today


Kamal Haasan's inimitable style saves this mixed bag of a sequel

The USP of the film is Kamal Haasan, who doesn't look his age (63) and does action, romance and dialogue-delivery with consummate ease and style. Some of the action scenes are well choreographed. Ghibran's music is a major plus point. But the sequel is nowhere near the first part and looks stretched...(more)

Source: Sreedhar Pillai,


Vishwaroopam 2 is a fitting sequel to the masterpiece

Kamal has masterfully crafted this prequel+sequel, traced back and tracked forward Wisam Ahmad Kashmiri's life in a polished manner. If you've watched Vishwaroopam, try not to miss this one.(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board,


Multidimensional Masterpiece

A great screenplay is one which keeps the curiosity element going and Kamal has achieved that in totality. Nothing is spoon fed and the audience get to piece together the puzzle which is the biggest pleasure of 'Vishwaroopam 2'. On the surface level it may be an espionage thriller but beneath it a...(more)

Source: Editorial Board,

User Reviews


Arun Gowtham

Disappointed! A film that has a potential of becoming a kind of Spy Thriller film series like 'Bourne' is diverted to an emotional drama for no reasons. I could not find a single brilliance that first part had. However the initial half showed us some glimpse of KH brilliance in writing, the witty/po... (more)


Arun Sundar

Big bore with average VFX!! KAMAL is the sole reason to watch till enf. (more)



One of the worst movies I recently watched.Worst vfx.Watching this movie is a waste of time.I recommend people to watch some other good movie. (more)


Sivaraj Lakshman

Decent movie...will give the answers for all the questions that you had in part 1 and dialogues are very sensitive and sensible.. (more)

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Naanaagiya Nadhimoolamae” Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan, Kaushiki Chakraborty, Master Karthik , Suresh Iyer Listen
2 “Gnyabagam Varugiradha” Vairamuthu Aravind Srinivas, Sarath Santhosh Listen
3 “Saadhi Madham” Kamal Haasan Sathya Prakash, Andrea Jeremiah Listen
4 “Jukebox” Listen