Rao Ramesh counsels an affluent family led by Radhika Sarathkumar to make prayers to their ancestor god because they are experiencing a lot of difficulties. Near Vettaiya’s palace is the temple where they must offer prayers. To Radhika’s family, Basavaiah rents out that palace. The wicked ghost of Chandramukhi’s existence in the palace is unknown to them, nevertheless. The story’s plot is based on Radhika and her family’s experiences.

Although Oscar-winner Keeravani’s appearance sparked interest in the music, his compositions fell short of capturing the same grandeur. His background music frequently falls short of expectations, yet there are a few instances when it excels. Although Antony’s editing may use some work, it’s crucial to remember that the director’s attempts to include moments from the original movie eventually detract from the overall performance.


P. Vasu’s attempt to carry on the plot in search Chandramukhi 2 takes a familiar route reminiscent of the first Chandramukhi. The movie suffers from an excessive concentration on recreating scenes and moments from its predecessor. The entire cast and crew appear to be merely going through the motions, unable to portray the crucial emotions that should give the story life. A faltering screenplay with mediocre speech is the result of the lack of novelty in the story and direction.

Unquestionably, Raghava Lawrence’s commitment and persistent effort are evident on screen. In contrast, Kangana Ranaut, who is tasked with playing the crucial role of Chandramukhi, performs below par. On the plus side, Vadivelu expertly pulls off his comedic persona, adding humor to cliched and repetitive moments and occasionally tickling the audience’s funny bone. Rao Ramesh makes an excellent impression, and Lakshmi Menon makes her mark in a few memorable passages. In a great performance, Radhika Sarath Kumar embraces her part with ease. Other members of the supporting cast effectively and professionally carry out their assigned duties.

The cinematography by RD. Rajasekhar is adequate and meets the very basic requirements. The Lyca Productions-credited production values are respectable but unremarkable. In conclusion, search Chandramukhi 2 struggles to match the appeal of its predecessor because both the plot and direction lack a new angle and originality.

Rating: 1.5/5

Chandramukhi 2 is a miserable continuation. By attempting to build upon the ageless classic, P.Vasu and Raghava Lawrence made a risky leap. Despite having actors with brilliance like Kangana Ranaut and Keeravani, the movie fails on many levels. The picture ultimately falls flat due to its poor screenplay. Chandramukhi 2 is a disappointing cinematic experience since it falls short of expectations. This film has a 1.5 out of 5-star rating in light of these many flaws.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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