Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings Movie Review

Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
Review for the film " Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings"
Runtime: 2 Hours 34 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 09-12-2016
Genre: Romance, Drama, Sports
3.5 / 5.0



Chennai 600028 II: 2nd innings is a sequel of the 2007 flick Chennai 600028. Chennai 600028 was a surprise hit and was embraced by the youngsters; now let’s see whether its sequel, which is also a cricket-based comic frolic, lives up to its expectations.


The movie has retained some of the cast of Chennai 6000 028 and it shows that the others are settled in different places. The main highlight of this movie is that even in the sequel the friendship is maintained. This time around it’s a love element which also forms the core of the movie. The other friends try to help out one of their buddies in uniting with his lover. Will they succeed in their mission in this film which is set in the backdrop of cricket? Watch Chennai 600028: 2nd innings to know.

Star Performances

The movie has many artists from the prequel including Jai, Premji, Aravind Akash, Shiva and Nithin Sathya. The movie mainly scores on comedy, especially that of Premji’s. Vaibhav does a thoroughly convincing job. Siva does his comic role effortlessly. The rest of the cast too are good in their roles.


Chennai 600028 hit the screens in 2007 and explored love, enmity etc. in the backdrop of cricket. After ten years, the boys are back in the silver screen to entertain the audiences. And yes, this time around it is indeed convincing. The movie is helmed by Venkat Prabhu and he has excelled in comedy once again. The online reviewing is also spoken about by Venkat Prabhu.

What’s there?

  • The music of Yuvan Shankar Raja is commendable. His BGM is also rocking.
  • The elements of the earlier film had been used astutely without making the audience brood on the nostalgic feel.
  • The fashion in which cricket is interspersed in the movie is convincing.
  • The editing of K L Praveen is commendable.

What’s not there?

The love element seems to be lost in the backdrop of cricket.


The second innings will not leave you disappointed. Go for it!