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The second entry in the Murder film series, Murder 2 is a 2011 Bollywood psychological drama. Emraan Hashmi, Jacqueline Fernandez, Prashant Narayanan, and Sulagna Panigrahi play key roles in this Murder sequel, which also includes Shekhar Shukla, Bikramjeet Kanwarpal, and Shweta Kawatra in supporting parts. Produced by Mukesh Bhatt, it is directed by Mohit Suri.
Arjun Bhagwat, a thieving ex-cop who is involved in crime, is the centre of the story. He frequents the church as an atheist to give money to the orphans. He has an affair with a model named Priya who has affections for Arjun, but he is only able to have this interaction on a no-strings-attached basis.
To investigate the issue surrounding the mysterious disappearance of his prostitutes, Arjun strikes a deal with the thug and pimp Sameer. Arjun discovers a phone number connected to the missing girls while doing his research. He instructs Sameer to dial that number and send a prostitute. Reshma, a recent college graduate who has chosen this job to support her family but maintains this a secret from them, is the person Sameer decides to send. Reshma is dispatched to the residence of Dheeraj Pandey, a psychopathic killer who was responsible for the torture and death of the missing hookers. In an effort to torture Reshma to death, he dumps her down a pitch-black well.
Arjun contacts the police after learning that Dheeraj committed the crime. The commissioner consults a psychiatrist while Dheeraj is being detained in order to coax a confession from him. Dheeraj explains to the physician why he kills women: in his opinion, they take the benefit of males. Finally, Dheeraj gets freed because to Nirmala Pandit's influence. Reshma breaks free from the well and makes her way across the woods in the meantime.
When Arjun meets Dheeraj's family, they admit that he once beat his wife. He then encounters Sonia, a private dancer who was also subjected to torture by Dheeraj but was able to flee. Later, Arjun runs upon a former employee who used to create idols for Dheeraj. He is informed by the creator that Dheeraj used to create idols of demons rather than gods and murdered the factory owner who attempted to stop him. Dheeraj is free, Inspector Sadaa tells Arjun, and the police work to find him as soon as they can.
In the same temple where Reshma is hiding, Nirmala and Dheeraj walk in. Dheeraj kills Nirmala and the priest, both of whom had no idea of his actual nature, but not before the priest makes Reshma's presence known. Reshma, who is frightened at witnessing Dheeraj, wets her pants. Following Reshma's terrible murder, Dheeraj flees shortly before Arjun and the police arrive. When Arjun discovers Reshma's body, he sobs and feels guilty for her demise.
Next, Priya is the focus of Dheeraj's attacks. He arranges a picture session for her and begins to torment her, but Arjun intervenes to save her, fighting Dheeraj as the police arrive. They ask Arjun to refrain from killing Dheeraj. The recording that Dheeraj made while tormenting Reshma is then played. Arjun, who is haunted by Reshma's murder and blames himself for it, viciously stabs Dheeraj until inspector Sadaa stops him. However, after seeing Dheeraj's bestiality in the guise of Reshma's cries, Sadaa inevitably murders him, putting an end to his reign of terror. The movie concludes with Arjun and Priya visiting a church, suggesting that he believed in God and that Priya's near-death experience has made him realise how much he loves her.
Murder 2 was a critical and commercial hit, with it being one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of 2011. Critics praised its storyline and direction, calling it one of the best crime thriller Bollywood movies. Emraan Hashmi and Prashant Narayanan's performance was also praised by critics and audiences alike.
|08 Jul 2011
|Mumbai and Goa
|Country of Origin