Jolly LLB 2 quick review: Not one dull moment in Akshay Kumar's film
Members of the industry and Twitterati have called Jolly LLB 2 a winner, with a gripping storyline and a great sense of humour.
Akshay Kumar's latest film, Subhash Kapoor's Jolly LLB 2 releases today, aka 10 February, and you can read the Firstpost review by Anna Vetticad here.
Meanwhile, Twitter is already abuzz with verdicts and opinions.
The courtroom comedy-drama revolves around a struggling lawyer who wants to pursue his dream of becoming a big and famous lawyer. Kumar told IANS about his role in Jolly LLB 2, "I don’t prepare myself for any role. I think my directors prepare more than me. I believe that I would not be able to compete with my director’s preparation because he is doing one film a year while I am doing more. Therefore, my common sense says that I only follow his preparation of the role for me. I don’t act smart in front of my director."
Kumar has held screenings for members of the film fraternity all of this week. It started with Hrithik Roshan, who had only lovely things to say about the film.
This man is on a roll! Thoroughly enjoyed this jolly. Congrats to the team that pulled this off in 33 days! Fantastic! https://t.co/LyQyDA4M2k
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) February 6, 2017
Thank you buddy, you are forever generous with your words 🙏🏻🙏🏻 Was great to catch up 😁 And all credit goes to good planning by the team! https://t.co/a4hfau21lP — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 6, 2017
He also held a screening for the original Jolly, Arshad Warsi:
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 9, 2017
Here's what members of the industry and Twitter is saying about the film:
— Ashvini Yardi (@AshviniYardi) February 10, 2017
— Don Bosco (@DonSajin) February 9, 2017
— Amit Gupta (@The_Amit_Gupta) February 10, 2017
— rohit jaiswal (@rohitjswl01) February 10, 2017
— HaithamBaloch (@HaithamBaloch96) February 9, 2017
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