Satya 2 is a Bollywood crime film with production design by Saini S. Johray, directed by Ram Gopal Varma, as a sequel to his earlier blockbuster Satya. The film tells the story of Satya, an immigrant who comes to Mumbai aiming to refashion the mumbai underworld. Wikipedia
Satya 2 Reviews
...not so much an engaging film as it is an interesting idea that Varma squanders away with a hackneyed script, and an ensemble of over-actors. We've been waiting for a film that gives us a fresh take on crime in the city. Sadly, this is not that film.
'Satya' was a gamechanger. 'Satya 2' is not even in the game. 'Goli maar bheje mein'.
Watching Satya 2 is like being bludgeoned. I say, stay at home and revisit the first film.
All I can say is that Satya 2 is as bad as Satya was good.
Run for cover and give Satya 2 a miss. It is a whimper for there is no bang in the Satya buck anymore.
Truth be told, iss film ko goli maaro, and for the sake of nostalgia, watch the original, for posterity.
...might have an interesting premise, but the execution and poor casting kills any chance of the film coming off as a decent entertainer.
Satya 2 is amongst the worst films ever made. Varma makes a mockery of his own potential by coming up with something so outlandish, disgustingly boring and thoroughly mindless. The shockingly distasteful casting and the entirely hopeless acting of all, this film fails at every possible section.
There is absolute disregard for coming up with anything intelligent in this film which is supposed to be a crime thriller. Amateur writing, tacky sets, indifferent acting, cacophonous background score and anything random goes in Satya 2.With such lazy filmmaking being the biggest truth about the Satya 2, wouldn't you rather re-visit the Ram Gopal Varma's much more truthful Satya. Honestly!
...may not be RGV's best, but there's no denying that it has the right elements that make a quintessential gangster film.
The only thing remarkable is some of the eagle eye shots at the beginning which remind you of that astonishing long take in I am Cuba (1964). Almost all the actors are newcomers and it shows. Varma could have well re-released Satya, this film is a completely pointless exercise.
Give this film a miss. Watch the original Satya again if you’re craving for a good underworld film.
Debutant Punit Singh Ratn tries, a bit too hard, to give Satya an intriguing touch. Apart from wearing an unkempt beard, leaving his hair ruffled and speaking in a gruff, he is unable to give much depth to the character. He could probably blame his lack of experience and his laidback director and an incoherent script for this flaw.
Remember the memorable acting, awesome camerawork, gritty frames, Bhiku Matre and all the stunning thrills like the movie theater bust out from the original Satya? Yeah, all that stuff is not in this sequel.
...is not at all a worthy sequel to Satya. At the box-office, it will fail to perform. It has taken a dull start and there are very bleak chances of box-office collections picking up anywhere.
... comes 15 years after Satya is one of the worst works from the stable of RGV ki Factory. The movie is clearly not a worthy successor of its predecessor.