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It is hard to write reviews for movies. Seriously. How do you rate them, judge them, especially when you cannot relate one bit to them and have nothing to compare their narcissistic self to, except to their prequels. Upendra 2 is an interesting experiment, social experiment where a mass hero says, let me make a mockery of the art of filmmaking and see if my fans can take it. He justifies the narcissism with weird dialogues exhorting people not to think and live in the present. The movie is full of social experiments starting from The End card in the beginning and the name of the hero, Nuvvu, just for the sake of a few more laughs.
The heroine Kristina Akheeva, is there somewhere, filling in some bits, acting as eye candy, where needed. There are tons of scenes purely worshipping the protagonist. The climax is non-existent and there is a pretense of a story, some suspense, a will that twines the heroine along. But amidst all those entities is a movie that screams out the director and actor's indulgent histrionics. You wonder why, considering his fine performance very recently in S/O Satyamurthy. He is a man who can hold his own. He is a man with a cult following and yet here he is making a movie that is so inexplicably, bizzarely disconnected, you can hardly call it a full length movie, rather a series of patched up scenes that were shot based on the whims and fancies of the makers. Of course, he will be popular and of course, the heroine would chase him but what exactly was the purpose of this confusing senseless tale, I know not!