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Drishyam 2 was a well written and well directed movie filled with superb performances. First half is definitely is slow and subtle but after the 1hr 10min mark the thrill starts taking place and then you'll have goosebumps till the movie is done. This was probably Lalettan's best performance in recent times and his family, Meena, Esther, Ansiba and the side cast including Murali Gopy was solid and did not make me feel uncomfortable for 1 second throughout the entire movie. Although there were some improbable elements like waiting for the remains to be uncovered and then replacing it without any visible struggle but the movie made up for those things with everything else.
Six years after the terrible event that almost destroyed his family, Georgekutty is the proud owner of a movie theater and aspiring to write and produce his own hit film. Yet his wife Rani is ill at ease. She worries about Georgekutty, who's taken out a loan and started drinking. She worries about her daughters; Anju suffers epileptic fits and cowers in fear at the sound of a passing police siren, and young Anu's growing independence takes her away from her mother's watchful eyes. Even more worrying, the neighbors have started to gossip and the police have remained relentless in unearthing George's darkest secret. When someone from the past returns to the village, can Georgekutty save his family a second time?
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