Deaf critic movie review of Raman Raghav 2.0
July 11, 2016
The movie begins with the first night of serial killer Raman's murder when he finds out that the girl he he loves is interested in a drug-addict who also killed another man in the same house.
The next day, the drug-addict comes to the house to investigate the murder and is shown to be a policeman, Inspector named Raghav.
Raghav lives with Simmy played by Sobhita Dhulipala. From here on, Raman follows and keeps an eye on Raghav. Raman kills his own sister's family. The series of killings continue. Raghav and his team of police search Raman to stop the series of killings.
Raman is caught and he confesses to all the murders he did. He reveals to Raghav about seeing him kill another man. He then felt that he is his true partner in crime like two sides of the same coin - Raman Raghav.
The movie lacks sub-titles and has heavy flow of dialogues which made it difficult for a hearing impaired friend to follow the plot of the movie in some places. The credit goes to the well-acted actors to make the movie understandable for my friend. In all, a good watch for directional charm.
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