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Dhilluku Dhuddu 2 is written and directed by “ Rambala,” the director of Dhilluku Dhuddu. The film has the star cast including “ Santhanam,” Shritha Sivadas, “ Urvashi,” Naan Kadavul “ Rajendran,” TM Karthik, Deepti and Bipin. Dhilluku Dhuddu 2 music is by “ Sagaa” fame “ Shabir.” Santhanam produced the film under the banner Handmade Films. The cinematographer is Deepak Kumar Pathy and the editor is Madhavan Madhu.
Viji is an auto-rickshaw driver. He and his uncle are drunkards and they trouble their neighbors at night after drinking. One of his neighbors, named Karthik plans to control their atrocities. He comes to know about Maya and her mysterious background. So, he tries to connect Maya and Viji and plans him to send out of their area. As per his plan, Viji falls for Maya. He goes to Maya’s home in Kerala to meet her family and get the permission for their marriage. There, he gets stuck with the ghosts and how he comes out, forms the rest of the plot.
Santhanam had done his part well, as ever. His body language and counter dialogues are impressive. Rajendran has once again proved his worth. His chemistry with Santhanam is good. Urvashi’s presence is a good addition to the film.
Once again Santhanam joined Rambala for the horror comedy. This time, they had created a better output than their previous outing. As Santhanam said in the Press Meet, the film has better comedy counters than Dhilluku Dhuddu. The team had corrected a lot of mistakes they made in the previous film. But, Santhanam is not much comfort in the romance zone and he had a lot of slips in his attempt. Santhanam has a couple of fight sequences too. Although Santhanam and Rajendran have good chemistry, their comedy had impressed the audiences only in certain scenes. The art department had done a better job.
What’s Not There?
Although there are some good comedy scenes portrayed, Santhanam and team should have tried a better script. However, if you want to watch a horror comedy movie, then nothing harm in watching it!
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