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"Gangs of Wasseypur 2 is fantastic but too long"
Gangs of Wasseypur is the soundtrack album, composed by Sneha Khanwalkar, to the 2012 Hindi film Gangs of Wasseypur-Part 2, directed by Anurag Kashyap, featuring an ensemble cast led by Nawazuddin Siddiqui.The film which is in two parts,has a whopping 25 songs...
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Gangs of Wasseypur 2

REVIEW:- Gangs of Wasseypur 2 is fantastic but too long

Film: Gangs of Wasseypur (GOW) II

Released Date:- August 8th

Budget:- 9.2 Crores

Director: Anurag Kashyap
Cast: Nawazuddin Siddique, HumaQureshi, Richa Chaddha, ZeishanQadri
Rating: ****
Gangs of Wasseypur II jumps the gun without much ado, taking off from where part I left.
Sardar Khan (Manoj Bajpayee) is dead, eldest son Danish Khan (Vineet Kumar) has gracefully stepped into his shoes, while No. 2Faizal Khan (Nawazuddin Siddique) is still the pot-head, unaffected, untouched.
GOW was information-heavy, yes, but Wasseypur II is as much a film in itself.
In Wasseypur, there are no natural deaths, no mourning and certainly no time for strategy or forgiveness. When Danish is killed by Sultan Khan,Faizal is prodded, rather blackmailed by mother Nagma Khatoon (who has aged, toughened even more by the killing of her husband and son Danish).
No Wasseypur mother teaches tolerance, or any brother the need for peace. While Nagma Khatoon (Richa Chaddha) threatens Faizal with cutting off her fingers if he doesn't become a revenge-cum-killing machine, Durga packs a gun in son Definite’s schoolbag, mischievously asking him to not get into fights. Wives support the madness of husbands, proudly sashaying around as they kill.
Director Anurag Kashyap takes his time again to establish the change in scenario. The men have turned to exploit businesses like auctioning of Railways' scrap iron, booth-capturing, election violence and overall scare tactics, wielding sophisticated weapons.
Kashyap, again, introduces many characters, sub-plots that add generously to the length (close to 3 hours). Come to think of it, it was a wise decision to go with the two Wasseypurs experiment.
As one movie, the reviews could have read completely different. Not to say individually they’re any tolerable lengthwise.
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As a character, Wasseypur is still wily, always on the boil and this time the deaths fly thick and fast. Reluctant gangster Faizal is at the helm of things, unable to figure who to trust. And when he can’t make up his mind he decapitates a close friend, packing off his neatly severed head in a polythene bag to his house. The humour gets darker, more unnerving.
His personal life is way rosier. Only once he’s shooed away for asking ‘Main tumhare saath sex karna chahta hoon (I want to have sex wityh you). His lover Mohsina (Huma Qureshi) is quite the beauty, insisting on permissions before any move. The sexual tension is evident and the chemistry is crackling for this unusual couple. He can kill outside, but withMohsina, Faizal can cry like a baby regretting the violence he got sucked into. She in turn sings Wrongwa right karo’, which is her way of pumping strength into the man weakened by family expectations and ganja.
Durga’s son Definite (Zeishan Qadri) shines in Wasseypur II, as the scheming, ambitious half-brother spurred on by his mother. PoliticianRamadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia) is still the biggest enemy of the Khan Brothers. By the end of it, the equation is going to change vastly. So much scope for another Wasseypur.
Some of the best-shot (and stretched) chases take up a lot of WasseypurII’s time. A mentionable one is where Rajkumar Yadav chases Definite through the narrow gullies of a very crowded area.
It reminded me of Shaitan, where, coincidentally, Yadav is being chased with the apt Pintya Gela Rey playing in the background. Peculiar characters (Definite, Perpendicular, Tangent), quirky songs (Kaala Rey, Electric Piya, Chi Cha Ledar) and overall eeriness add character to Wasseypur II.
Guns speak where abusive language fails. Patience and a real kaleja will see you through this fast-paced, exhilarating blood fest. Kashyap makes sure the gore is beyond redemption. If you’re turned off by it, not his fault.

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Gangs of Wasseypur 2 Review 

In DetaiL:-
Trust Anurag Kashyap to believe that dialogue from the core of his heart. The man doesn’t make films, he makes vendetta come alive on screen. With ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 1’, the director had set the stage for a classic; with its second part, he gave birth to a cult.

‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ is not merely a film; it renders to shreds all sorts of stereotypes, while operating from within them. Kashyap’s characters are archetypes, and he has made sure that his magnum opus is one that will go down in the history of Indian cinema as one of the most realistic films ever made. A standing ovation and unfathomable adulation would fall short for the brains behind ‘Wasseypur’. Go on and take a bow!

The film recapitulates about five minutes of the end of the first part where Sardar Khan (Manoj Bajpayee) was assassinated, and ever since, doesn’t let viewers – even for a moment – divert their attention elsewhere. An ambience which otherwise, in some other film, would have been melodramatic is offered with generous dollops of comic relief, and Kashyap flushes all kinds of over-dramatisation down the gutter – leaving the audience with only what is necessary to go ahead with the film. Not for an extra moment does the camera linger on the corpse of Sardar Khan or his bereaved family, not for an extra second are viewers led on to believe that they can shed tears in front of the screen.

The story progresses unhindered and characters can’t forget carnal pleasures even in the midst of trauma. Grief is short-lived and Sardar Khan’s family bounces back to extract vengeance from Ramadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia). People are killed left, right and centre and respect is established at gunpoint. Through dark mazes of warring clans to lighter moments of Faizal Khan (Nawazuddin)-Mohsina (Huma Qureshi) courtship, the film saunters into a balanced pace.

Wasseypur is not your average small town; it is one where vengeance is respected above all. A mother doesn’t hesitate to threaten her son with chopping off his fingers when he doesn’t take up a gun to avenge the death of his family members, thereby pushing him into the bottomless abyss of gunfights and bloodbaths. Another mother raises a son who is Shrewdness Incarnate. Friends, brothers, family members – all are sucked into the saga of violence.

Cinematographic brilliance is a terrain where Anurag Kashyap is the uncrowned king. His canvas is all-encompassing, and his keen eye for details doesn’t leave anything out. The characters Perpendicular and Definite (Scriptwriter Zeeshan Quadri) find special mention, and the latter delivers a punch which nobody can think of – with his story, his character and his performance. Incorporating colloquialism into mainstream cinema and capturing the very essence of Dhanbad is something that ‘Wasseypur’ has done marvellously.

Nawazuddin penetrates deep into the skin of Faizal Khan and makes his viewers believe that they are watching reality, that they too are a part of the trials and tribulations of his life in Wasseypur. Huma Qureshi is a slap on the face of demure, conformist heroines. With the role of Mohsina and with her own self, she breaks down a stereotype too many. Richa Chaddha shines unfalteringly through the film and plays a Nagma who unflinchingly pushes her son to kill people in cold blood.

Sneha Khanwalkar’s music is a journey through the very history of Indian music. It leaves out nothing. A befitting competition to Kashyap’s direction, Khanwalkar’s music lingers on in your mind till long after you leave the theatre, certain glimpses of the film in tow.

Trust Kashyap to be untrustworthy. Just when you think you can breathe for a while, you are hit where it hurts the most. And despite praying all through the movie for something that you don’t want to happen, you are caught off your guard right when you heave a sigh of relief and think that your prayer has been answered.

Faizal says in the film, “Jaan hain – ya toh allah legi, ya muhallah legi”. While watching ‘Wasseypur’, the entire film takes your life away! ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 2’ is a film, which, with its predecessor, is one that is here to stay, to break conceptions, to demolish structures. With the history of Wasseypur, ‘Wasseypur’ has created another history.

Rating: Four cheers for the bloody saga of Wasseypur!
Part two was released on Aug 08, 2012 across India.

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