Charlie Chaplin 2 movie review: Prabhudheva and Prabhu starrer disappoints Tamil comedy buffs!


The sequel of 2002 hit Tamil comedy Charlie Chaplin, Prabhudheva is back with a yet-another comedy-drama. Directed by Sakthi Chidambaram, Charlie Chaplin 2 is a hit comedy-drama starring the Wanted director.

The sequel is also helmed by Chidambaram and is based on the life of a man named, Thiru aka Prabhudheva who works at a matrimonial company. Produced by T. Siva, Charlie Chaplin 2 is a rom-com which is slightly off-beat.

As a matrimonial agent, Thiru has achieved heights in his career by arranging 99 marriages. However, his family is looking forward to Thiru's marriage. Meanwhile, Thiru meets Sara (Nikki Galrani) and yes, the inevitable happens. It is love at first sight for Thiru. Though initially there is a mix-up, later Sara also reciprocates.

Her doctor dad Ramakrishnan (Prabhu) also agrees and the marriage date is fixed. And right before a night of their marriage, Thiru sends drunk-texts to his to-be-wife, Sara.

As expected, Thiru transcends for rectifying his mistake and what follows next is the mindless comedy as a by-product of poorly written script by Sakthi. As expected, Prabhu excels in dancing and acting in the comedy drama.

Bollywood actress Adah Sharma is also a part of the Chidambaram directorial. However, it won't be wrong to say that audience won't remember her performance or her role in the movie.

Chidambaram has added a lot of body-shaming and overused jokes which is the real reason behind the sinking of Charlie Chaplin 2. In a nutshell, the movie is just another sequel-blunder which is happening quite-a-lot these days.

As per our final verdict, we will like to award 3 out of 10 awards for the Prabhudheva starrer. Please share your views in the comment's section below. And stay tuned for more entertainment related updates.

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