Satya Azad (Home) is the Minister of Home Affairs. Wants to get the state free from corruption. Want to bring Anti Corruption Bill. But his fellow party members in the House do not support him. Satya is disappointed as the bill does not get a majority in the House. It is also sad that his wife Vidya, who is in opposition, also does not support him. Meanwhile some murders take place in the city. ACP Jai Azad (John Abraham) is called. The killers have to be caught. Now if you are thinking that this story is about two brothers. If the brother is in the middle of a fight with his brother, then just wait, because there is more to come in this story.
The story of ‘Satyamev Jayate’ released in the year 2018 was based on corruption and hunger for power. In such a situation, the same theme became a necessity for ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’ as well. Writer-director Milap Zaveri and his team have left no stone unturned to preserve and maintain this theme. ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’ has been weaved like a mass film of the 80s. When you see on screen that John Abraham’s character has become an honest man to punish the guilty of killing innocent people, you are not surprised. You will not be surprised to know that there is no one but the truth to give death penalty to the guilty. Jai has just been brought in to investigate this honestly and get justice. Milap Zaveri does not hesitate in revealing that his film is a tribute to the films of the 80s. This is fully reflected in the dialogues and screenplay of the film. For example- Satya calls the ACP and says that he will punish the culprits, no matter what happens for it. Or the scene in Jai’s entry or the scene of Dadasaheb Azad (again John Abraham) as a farmer plowing the field with one hand in white clothes and both brothers in saffron and green clothes. There is also a scene in the film just before the climax, where both the brothers fight with each other. Overall, no stone has been left unturned in filling the masala according to the theme of the film. Milap Zaveri has tried to cover many issues in the film. There is corruption in this. There is an issue of farmer suicides. There is an issue of crime against women. There is also talk of Nirbhaya case. Lokpal Bill. It is a matter of religious harmony. Religious tolerance is also mentioned. Moreover, the writer-director has not missed to comment on the role of today’s media and social media. John Abraham’s comfort on screen in this tried-and-tested masala old-school film. Be it the character of twin brothers or their father. Despite the triple role, John Abraham has played it with great ease and calmness. If he shows a little restraint as Satya on screen, he doesn’t shy away from becoming the leader of farmers either as Jai or as Dadasaheb, an ordinary farmer fighting for the Lokpal Bill in the assembly. Divya Khosla Kumar is looking good. He also has a leading role in this male dominated film. Vidya’s character is such, which is with the right. She prefers to remain silent when she disagrees, but doesn’t mind opposing her husband Satya and minister father (Harsh Chhaya) over issues. Gautami Kapoor plays the role of Dadasaheb’s wife and mother of Satya and Jai in the film and looks fine. Apart from this, Harsh Chhaya, Anoop Soni, Zakir Hussain, Dayashankar Pandey and Sahil Vaid have played their part well. The songs of the film are soothing to the ears. Whether it is the wedding song ‘Tenu Lehenga’ or the song ‘Meri Zindagi Tu’ from Karva Chauth. Apart from this, Nora Fatehi’s banging item number ‘Kusu Kusu’ is also there. ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’ is a Hardcore Action Movie. John Abraham does not disappoint as an action hero. Whether it is lifting a motorcycle by hand or tearing the engine of an SUV in two and punching it into the ground. The film has a lot to offer for the action buffs. Although we understand that the film is a tribute to the cinema of the 80s, but still seeing the scene of three John Abrahams stopping a helicopter from flying together on the screen, it definitely seems that it has become a bit more. Overall if you like Mass Masala Movies. Three-three want to see John Abraham together on screen. If you want to dive into the films of the 80s, then you can watch ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’.