Sequel of super duper hit movie Kick is released in theaters today (August 21st) with the name Kick 2. The action and the concept of Kick movie thrilled and kicked the box office with huge collections. Kick has come up with quite a known story but the way it was picturised was really awesome. So, the best ever combination Ravi Teja and Surender Reddy are again ready to treat the cine lovers with their mind blowing cine script. Just watch the movie and have a louder laugh…..
In the previous part, Klayan (Ravi Teja) will resign the police job and get settles in America. Kalyan Krishna (Kick Shya) who played the role opposite to Ravi Teja in first part will reach America to meet Ravi Teja. Ravi Teja is very much fond of Kick in first part whereas his son will always find a comfort zone in this part.
Robin Hood (Ravi Teja) is a doctor who values comfort. Robin returns to India who wants to build hospital by selling his grandfather’s (Shiyaji Shinde) assets. But, he comes to know that the property was captured by a don DD (Ashish Vidhyarthi). Meanwhile he stays at Pandit Ravi Teja’s (Brahmanandam) home as a tenant. As usual every hero does, he also falls in love with Chaitra (Rakul Preet Singh). On the other hand, Rakul will be kidnapped by some strangers. Robin reaches Chaitra’s home town by searching her, where he will face some unexpected shock. On the other side, people of Vilaspur who were being tortured by the mining businessman Salman Singh Takur (Ravikishan) were in a need of a person to clear all their problems. Here comes the twist…What happens at Chitra’s village? Why the Vilaspuri’s are tortured? How is Robin hood related to Salman Singh Takur? This dilemma gonna reveal in theaters…..
Ravi Teja sense of humour and Brahmanandam comedy essence will rock the movie.
Minus Points :
Compared to Kick, fails to entertain the folks with extra Kick. Look wise Ravi Teja failed to break his follower’s heart.
Finally, a good entertainer but not as much as Kick. People can watch once to enjoy the rocking combination of Ravi Teja and Brahmanandam