CAST & CREW
2 States is directed by Jacky S Kumar. the movie has “Sharanya R Nair,” Manu S Pillai “ Vijayaraghavan Vijayaraghavan is an Indian actor from Kerala, who >> Read More... ,” “ Indrans Indrans, who was born as K. Surendran, is a Malaya >> Read More... ,” “Mukesh,” Shammi Thilakan Son of the late actor Thilakan, Shammi Thilakan is >> Read More... and Premkumar in the cast
Harikrishnan, Vijayaraghavan are living in a village with their Appappan. Hari Krishnan Hari Krishnan, popularly called as Hari is an Indi >> Read More... doesn't have any job, but he likes to work. Vijayaraghavan doesn't want Harikrishnan to go for a job. Appappan runs a shop and he has a hobby of blocking the marriage proposals of the youngsters in their area. Sushi comes to their shop to fight with them, for they have stopped a marriage proposal. As Hari was there in the shop, she thought that Hari would have stopped her marriage proposal. Hari couldn’t take off his eyes from her and finally, both of them started loving each other. One day, they decide to escape from the town and get married. What happens next? Did Hari’s people stop him? What about Sushi’s family? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Manu Pillai makes his debut as a hero and has done a commendable job. His performance is quite natural. But during some emotional scenes, he could not emote impressively. Sharanya is excellent and she fits well in the role. Shammi Thilakan and Mukesh did a great job. Indrans and John Vijay John Vijay was born in 1976. John is a Tamil film >> Read More... play played well in the given roles.
The script is quite exciting and the screenplay is ok, except in a few places it gets skid. The stars did an excellent job and characterization is neat. The music composition by Jakes Bejoy Jakes Bejoy is a film score composer who was born >> Read More... is fantastic and similarly, the visuals are eye-catchy.
What's Not There?
There are a few scenes that are questioned by the viewers. But, overall, the movie is quite impressive. It gives good entertainment to the viewers this weekend. 2 States –watchable!
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