• Force 2 isn’t unwatchable, and it won’t give you a migraine either. But it is a wildly inconsistent film that fills up the gaps between its many action sequences with ridiculous attempts at humor and drama. Hopefully this franchise ends here.

  • Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    John Abraham is efficient and does what he needs to, Tahir Raj Bhasin adds complexity to his character. However, much more was needed to rise above the sluggish script.

  • Raja Sen
    Raja Sen


    The fundamental flaw in a film like this — other than the repetitive wowlessness of it all — is the fact that by creating too dry and no-nonsense protagonists instead of fleshing them out as characters, you end up failing the genre. There is only one thing a smashing action movie should aim to be: fantastic nonsense. 

  • Rohit Vats
    Rohit Vats
    Hindustan Times


    Force 2 has a noble heart. It wants to get the undercover agents, who selflessly serve the nation, their due. But the narrative hasn’t taken a favourable shape. Sadly, it’s mostly about muscles and very less about intelligence.

  • At the end of its 127 minutes run amidst relentless gunshots and car crashes, charm (on Force 2’s end) and clemency (on mine) has run its course. What prevails is more phew than force.

  • It’s the sheer predictability of this narrative form that drags Force 2 down a few notches. Be that as it may, it is an entertainer that passes muster.

    And if you are a John Abraham fan, there can be no reason whatever to give Force 2 a miss.

  • FORCE 2 is a power packed adrenaline pumping action thriller which has the right mixture of zing and force. At the Box-Office, the film will be appreciated by the audience. However the lack of chartbuster music, romance and demonetisation might act as a spoilsport for the movie. All in all, FORCE 2 is however worth a shot!

  • Vishal Verma
    Vishal Verma


    When you spoil a good movie by doing a bad sequel then the crime gets doubled, but FORCE 2 is in an altogether different zone, I questioned the logic behind the remake of the lousy HIMMATWALA and now I need a spy to understand what was so great about FORCE that we had a forced FORCE 2 as a sequel.

  • Adrenaline junkies might fancy the film, despite the bizarre juxtaposition of the ‘Mr India’ (1987) chartbuster, ‘Kaate Nahi Katte’, in a Budapest nightclub. Strangely, the scantily-clad local girls can mouth the Hindi song and gyrate to it, but the next moment the lead dancer can only talk in their language. Don’t try to fathom it or the plot, just enjoy the Budapest scenery instead.

  • Manisha Lakhe
    Manisha Lakhe


    Mumbai Police officer ACP Yashvardhan (John Abraham) once again kicks, punches and shoots his way to the baddie, his biceps flexed permanently, his dimple flashing rarely. This time the bad guy is killing RAW agents one by one. In this mission, he has to assist a RAW agent (Sonakshi Sinha) who is a stickler about protocols and obeying orders. The film could have done with a dose of humor, but thankfully there’s no romance between the two lead actors to dilute this relentless action-packed bullet

  • IANS
    Zee News


    Force 2 offers nothing that you have not seen before, yet entertains you. It is an ideal watch for John and Sonakshi fans.

  • IndiaGlitz
    India Glitz


    ‘Force 2’ has some power-packed action and some power-less emotional scenes due to which the movie ends up being only a one time watch.

  • Well, go for it if you nothing else to do this weekend. No, you won’t regret your decision for some of the best moments are given by Tahir Raj Bhasin, He is a pure delight to watch on screen.

  • The one thing, you can’t question is Abhinay Deo’s intentions. He does his best to make a nifty thriller that doesn’t give you a minute to breathe and takes you on a roller coaster ride, which any adrenaline junkie will enjoy. The evolved movie-goers, however, need more than just time pass. There’s so much to enjoy yet it’s just not enough.

  • There is nothing of caliber in the lines spoken or in the music to support the film. But great camerawork by Imre Juhasz and Mohana Krishna and action by Allan Amin are pluses, and strong ones at that. Prasad Sashte’s background score is novel and brilliant.

    Wish we could say that also about the film. Action at any cost seems to be its maxim.