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Prathinidhi 2 Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, May 10, 2024 • മലയാളം ]
Prathinidhi 2 Review
Nara Rohith
Murthy Devagupthapu
KumarRaza Bathula, Anjaneyulu Sri Thota, Kondakalla Rajender Reddy
Mahati Swara Sagar

Prathinidhi 2 Movie Review

Prathinidhi 2 centers on an honest journalist who relentlessly pursues the truth, regardless of the challenges. His uncompromising approach leads him to clash with the political establishment, resulting in dire consequences.


In Prathinidhi 2, Chai (played by Nara Rohit) serves as the CEO of NNC and is unwavering in his commitment to expose political corruption, regardless of the party involved. His relentless pursuit of the truth often puts him in jeopardy. When a shocking incident implicating Chief Minister Prajapati (Sachin Khedekar) occurs, Chai finds himself at the center of the storm, becoming the prime suspect. The narrative unfolds as Chai navigates the complexities of the situation, revealing the intricate web of connections involving key players like Prajapati's son, Viswa (Dinesh Tej), OSD Siri (Siri Lella), Finance Minister Gajendra (Ajay Ghosh), Narasimha (Prudhviraj), CBI officer Vikram Santosh (Jisshu Sen Gupta), Purushottam (Srikanth Iyengar), Political Strategist Prabhat Mishra (Ajay), and Opposition Leader Narmada Devi (Indraja). Their roles in the unfolding events shape the gripping narrative, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats.

Prathinidhi 2 Movie Review


Nara Rohit effortlessly embodies his role, aligning perfectly with his persona. His body language and mannerisms are well-suited to the character, and he effectively conveys emotions and delivers impactful dialogues that resonate with audiences. Siri Lella shines in her limited role as the female lead, exuding a cute and lovely presence on screen.

Sachin Khedekar impresses as the Chief Minister, portraying an honest leader dedicated to the welfare of the people. Dinesh Tej is convincing as the CM's son, leaving a notable impression. Ajay Ghosh and Prudhviraj excel in their roles as power-hungry politicians willing to go to any lengths for their gain.

Indraja's cameo and Jisshu Sen Gupta's portrayal of a tough CBI officer add depth to the narrative. Ajay's portrayal of a political strategist is commendable, while Tanikella Bharani and Raghu Babu deliver decent performances in their respective roles.

Popular journalist TV5 Murthy makes a promising debut as a director with "Prathinidhi 2." While the film's intention to serve as a hard-hitting political entertainer ahead of elections is evident, the story, for the most part, feels routine and predictable, reminiscent of older films in the genre.

Prathinidhi 2 Movie Review

The narrative begins intriguingly, with Nara Rohit's character presented in a fresh light to captivate the audience. The ensuing conflict between the journalist and politicians, involving by-elections and political strategizing, feels familiar until the interval twist injects new energy into the storyline.

Jisshu Sen Gupta's entry in the second half adds to the suspense, but the disappearance of Nara Rohit's character during this period raises curiosity. The interactions between Jisshu and Rohit enhance the anticipation, leading to a conclusion that hints at a sequel, "Prathinidhi 3," with an intriguing twist.

Despite its predictable elements, Murthy maintains a fast-paced screenplay and stays focused on the central theme. The dialogues, while effective, occasionally verge on being preachy. However, despite the hype, Prathinidhi 2 may fall short of delivering a truly impactful punch.

Mahati Swara Sagar's music is decent, with a couple of foot-tapping and massy songs, along with a romantic track. However, the songs disrupt the narrative flow. His background score effectively enhances the scenes. Nani Chamidisetty's cinematography captures visuals beautifully, while Raviteja Girijala's editing could have been tighter to maintain pace. Overall, the production values are commendable.

Prathinidhi 2 Movie Review


Prathinidhi 2 marked the debut of TV5 Murthy, who, alongside Nara Rohit, aimed to deliver a powerful message to society. Their efforts resonated with audiences, especially with the impactful call for citizens to either "vote or die," urging journalists to fearlessly question authority. The film's narrative, punctuated by intriguing twists and turns, ultimately concludes with the notion that all politicians are cut from the same cloth. The film's intriguing plot twists, culminating in the realization that all politicians are alike, added depth to the narrative. However, a bit of script refinement could have further amplified the impact of "Prathinidhi 2," elevating its message to greater heights.

Rating: 2 / 5.0

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