HIT 2 Movie Review: Fans have been waiting patiently for HIT: The Second Case ever since the first one came out two years ago. With the release of the trailer—which, let’s be honest, did a lot more than just get people’s attention—the film’s creators have finally given us something, and the anticipation is building.
As expected, the movie was released today, December 2, 2022. Let’s dig deeper and see if we really needed to wait for this.
KD (Adivi Sesh), a young police officer in Vizag, is famous for his ability to solve complex cases. But when he investigates Sanjana’s murder, he faces a challenging new obstacle. Find out if KD is successful in solving the case and apprehending the perpetrator in the subsequent chapters of the novel.
Cast & Crew
Nani and Prashanti Tipirneni directed the film. Dr. Sailesh Kolanu directed, and S. took the photographs for this. Adivi Sesh, Meenakshi, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Komalee Prasad, Srinath Maganti, and Srikanth Iyengar starred in the film Manikandan. MM Sree Lekha and Suresh Bobbili composed the soundtrack.
|Movie Name||Hit 2|
|Director||Dr. Sailesh Kolanu|
|Music Director||MM Sree Lekha, Suresh Bobbili|
|Producer||Prashanti Tipirneni, Nani|
|Cast||Adivi Sesh, Meenakshi, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Komalee Prasad, Srinath Maganti, Srikanth Iyengar|
There were a lot of viewers for HIT-The First Case because of its intriguing premise, but they were left feeling let down by the conclusion. HIT 2 gets out to a sluggish start while the KD universe and story are introduced. The first act drags a bit, but there are some exciting sequences that keep viewers engaged, and the climactic boom after intermission does a decent job of keeping their attention. When KD investigates “Sanjana’s murder,” the tempo fluctuates as he hunts for leads. You’ll feel immersed in HIT 2’s environment after hearing this.
The thrilling atmosphere keeps you on the edge of your seat even if there isn’t much emotional depth to the film. The slow pace is problematic, especially for a thriller, which typically has a fast-paced plot. The majority of the film is engaging, so you won’t mind the slow beginning too much.
Adivi Sesh does an admirable job as KD, but the character doesn’t provide him with much room to grow or develop, and Meenakshi isn’t given many opportunities to show what she’s made of as an actress. This is the film’s biggest flaw (despite having a good screen presence). Everybody gave it their all, including Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Komalee Prasad, Srikanth Iyengar, and Srinath Maganti.
Even though it was his first time behind the camera, Sailesh Kolanu wowed with his work on HIT: The First Case. Although the tale is familiar, he reworked it to include innovative new scenes that gave the film its distinctive flavor. He didn’t try anything new with the plot of HIT 2, but the fresh scenes and the story kept us intrigued and demonstrated the depth of his study. They stayed with him even though he was moving at a snail’s pace.
HIT 2 could have been better in terms of how it was put together, but S.Manikandan again impresses with his visuals (his framing, blocking, and lighting pull you into the movie and take you on a journey with the plot). Although Stewart Eduri successfully raised the stakes, the music by Sree Lekha and Suresh Bobbili falls short.
HIT 2 is a fantastic thriller that should not be missed.
- New Scenes
- Background Score
- Slow Narration
- Lack of Emotion