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  • ...one of the finest crime stories to come out of the Hindi film industry. Also, as a film, it lives up to the expectations that you may associate from a sequel of a smash hit. This one's bolder, more erotic and has a story that will astound and astonish you.

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  • There may be nothing original about the story, yet Murder 2 has enough to give the masses a mast time.

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  • It's one of those films where you come out with only the villain and what he is capable of. If you can handle creepy, sexual violence, go for it. It is sure to provide "that" kind of a thrill.

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  • ...the most watchable and engaging film to emerge from the Bhatt stable in recent times. It is nothing like the first film but merits a watch for its dark themes and interesting performances.

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  • ...good fare

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  • Director Anurag Basu set a benchmark with Murder, Mohit Suri tries with partial success to measure up to it with Murder 2.

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  • An intriguing plot supported by a superb performance by Prashant Narayan, make Murder 2 a 'killer' film.

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  • ...is a mirror of our amoral venomous times when no relationship is sacred anymore.

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  • ...is edgy, fast-paced and pretty punchy, but only in parts.

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  • ...works in parts. It is edgy and spine chilling in some parts but faulty in others.

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  • Director Mohit Suri makes the film soft-porn (brief love-making scenes) and also soft-horror (the crimes are that horrific).

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  • ...isn't an OMG! What a killer film, but it's gripping enough to let you kill some good time.

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  • ...isn't quite as bold as it makes itself out to be. There is kissing, but the sex is tame and wholly unnecessary to the plot. There is blood, but it'll hardly make you flinch.

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  • What makes the flick a tad less standard procedure is the taut first half, which doesn't let you move from the seat, followed by a muddled, too-long second.

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  • The Bhatts may very well have hit on their hands—people still remember Murder—but they have stooped really low this time, and the censors have to do their jobs better if they are to justify their existence.

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  • ...is flat, boring and not worth talking about.

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  • This one has no mohabbat, not surely a zaroorat and probably just an aadat for the Bhatts to come out with a movie now and then, with a staple fare of explicit sex scenes and graphic violence in the name of a thrilling movie.

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  • I know what most would prefer to know. Yeah. There's homo-erectus Hashmi, and his frisky heroine. That's what really made the first one a huge, hot hit. The leading couple make out. For no apparent reason.

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  • Sex, skin and gore: unfortunately, all it eventually adds up to is quite a big bore.

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  • Highly avoidable especially if you have a weak constitution.

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