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Chennai 28-II will satisfy the audience who adores Venkat Prabhu’s brand of comedies as you have plenty of them in it. There has been a lot of work behind comedy portions, loads of them were made in a subtle way which would only grab your attention while watching the second time.
In short, Venkat Prabhu has played an enjoyable second innings.Read More
The biggest strength of Chennai 28 II is the effervescent chemistry between the boys. Despite the physical changes, they are still energetic and it is nostalgic to see them back on the big screen. We start rooting for the boys and want them to win. Kudos to Venkat Prabhu for making a film which will appeal to youngsters especially boys.
Overall, Chennai 28 II is a jolly good film which is a satisfying watch.Read More
Director Venkat Prabhu’s Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings, with its refreshingly hilarious script, is a thoroughly enjoyable fare that is not to be missed.
The film is a laugh riot from start to finish, with the actors seeming to enjoy the film as much as the audience. Every scene is reflective of the wonderful camaraderie they share, with none trying to overshadow the other.Read More
Venkat Prabhu in his familiar territory has done a great job of writing an interesting screenplay that throws many a delightful twist (not in the conventional sense but going all out zany).
Go for it and enjoy this highly entertaining film which is as satisfying as a well played T20 game.Read More
As with Chennai 600028, the filmmaking feels unpolished, and the cricket matches are shot and edited in a scrappy manner that makes the film relatable in a way Venkat Prabhu’s previous big-budget films did not make us feel. Every time a minor supporting character from that film — from Shanmugasundaram to Gopi’s bat — makes an appearance here, you feel like cheering for them. And the cricket match that drives the second half — against an opponent who has been the Sharks’ scourge — has enough tense moments to thrills us. That the stakes are higher this time only makes it even more nail-bitingly exciting.Read More
Venkat Prabhu never disappoints with a multi-starrer and this time too he has lived upto the expectations. The story and screenplay are apt, engaging and humourous. A well etched comedy entertainer laced with drama and emotions.Read More
It's that kind of a Venkat Prabhu movie where there are no clear demarcations between the good and the bad or there are no heroes and villains per se. And the experience of watching it was like an enjoyable fun ride on the back of a pony on steroids.Read More