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JULIE 2 is the tale of a young lady who is compelled to bargain keeping in mind the end goal to climb the step of accomplishment in Bollywood. Julie (Raai Laxmi) is a fruitful film performer who has sacked the biopic of the late Sumitra Devi, the spouse of energy specialist Ashwini Asthana (Pankaj Tripathi). After four months, she changes over to Christianity on her 25th birthday and afterward educates everybody by tending to a question and answer session about it.
After the public interview, she goes to a gem retailer where four goons enter to plunder. They wind up gunning down Julie. Julie is quickly hospitalized. ACP Dev Dutt (Aditya Srivastava) is given the errand and he captures the four blamed in a couple of hours. Be that as it may, he neglects to comprehend why in the world they would endeavor to kill Julie when they have basically come to plunder the shop. He approaches Annie Aunty (Rati Agnihotri), make-up craftsman and tutor of Julie, and she describes to him how troublesome it was for Julie to become famous in the film business. What occurs next and how ACP Dev Dutt discovers reality shapes whatever is left of the film.
Execution astute, Raai Laxmi figures out how to put a decent show. She has oomph and furthermore acting astute, she is respectable. She is one of the significant reasons why the film is tolerable. Aditya Srivastava is pleasant yet offers just the same old thing new. He’s playing a similar character that he plays in the long-running wrongdoing TV indicate ‘CID’.
Rati Agnihotri is okay and hams at places. Ravi Kishen (Ravi Kumar) is fine as a southern hotshot. Pankaj Tripathi is the special case who has his influence with conviction. Nishikant Kamat (Mohit) does well yet is an odd decision for a sentimental saint. His track all of a sudden closures in the primary half and it appeared like the executive was frantic to come full circle his scenes with the goal that he can proceed onward to Julie’s next section. Sahil Salathia (Cricketer Vikram) leaves a stamp in a cameo.
All in all, JULIE 2 is a silly adventure and has not very many sizzling scenes. The buzz has as of now faded away and henceforth, the film has zero chance to exceed expectations in the cinematic world.