Jism 2 /5 2025
Posted: 08/03/2012 07:08 PM IST   |   Updated: 08/16/2012 05:40 PM IST

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  • Film : Jism 2
  • Producer : Dino Morea, Pooja Bhatt
  • Director : Pooja Bhatt
  • Star Cast : Sunny Leone, Randeep Hooda, Arunoday Singh...
  • Music Director : Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Vicckey Goswami
Rating: 2.5/5

Before going into the details of Jism 2, for all those who complain TL;DR (Too Long Didn't Read) yes go watch the flick, at least for the skin show from Sunny Leone. This erotica has a gonzo for a plot but well, for a movie with lots of hot action, you don't really care, do you? Sensual Sunny Leone has been her best to say the least but watch out for the poorest of performances from Arunoday Singh where the expressions seemed to be completely lacking. In other words the movie is quite an effective three hour 'booby' trap that is worth falling into.

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The plot is not really sound and as revealed earlier. The Indo-Canadian pornstar turned actress' character doesn't go far away from her real life. At least the porn star bit. Izna (Sunny Leone) is a pornstar and also the ex-girlfriend of Kabir (Randeep Hooda). Randeep who was once an Intelligence Agency officer who worked with Ayaan (Arunoday Singh) but goes rogue and falls in his quest of cleaning the world by slaying the ministers and officers.

The sharp turn in the movie is that the Intelligence want to gain access to some of the files in Kabir's laptop and not just terminate him. For this Ayaan recruits Izna to associate herself with him and sneak the information in the laptop to the intelligence for which Izna accepts. She goes along with Ayaan who pretends to be her fiancee and lives along with Kabir in Sri Lanka, next to his place. Though Kabir initially fails to identify his ex-girlfriend he later falls into her trap despite suspecting her. He also asks her to marry him. Izna agrees since she loves Kabir even after their break up and also because she fails in retrieving the information from Kabir.

What else has not been described under the story section is what you actually want to see first hand rather than the drab reading that you do here. Sit back and enjoy would not fit in too good in this situation but you know what to do.

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As far as the plot of the movie is concerned, there are glaringly big holes though it has all the proper ingredients to keep the suspense and thrill you. Instead Pooja Bhatt has tried only to tailor the scenes to Sunny's performance. Obviously, he knows what people expect from a porn star on a big screen.

What kind of an Intelligence agency hires a porn star though she is an ex-girlfriend to steal data from a laptop and not any hacker. Ethical hacker Ankit Fadia would have gladly agreed for a nominal sum which would definitely be way cheaper than Rs 10 crore. The first 20 minutes itself are a blunder when Kabir kills several people and there is none to investigate the case? Where does the friend-cum-guard go right when Ayaan sneaks into his home. The dialogues are just ok, at least nothing that is worth pointing out. An oil-massage scene, one near a pool and a semi-strip are what you pay for so that seals the deal.

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Ayaan's performance that lacks emotion that is apt to the scenes though unintentional, and it is not tolerable on the screen. A few sentimental scenes show him with funny expressions where you would be confused whether to concentrate on the emotional situation or laugh at his stupid expressions. Sunny Leone's lack of the capability to act is not unpredictable but she compensates for the lack of skill with her buxom curves. You would not be tired of the same repetitive gasping-like action to emphasize bosom in the scenes either in concern for Kabir or some sensual scene. Randeep Hooda does a decent job playing Kabir. Arif Zakaria as Arunoday's superior? This is definitely Pooja Bhatt's way of a practical joke.

Pooja Bhatt himself has succeeded in making a good job with a 'nothing special' storyline. He delivers what you expect, at least considering that you wanted skin show. The music is the best part of the whole movie. Vicky Goswami, Arko Pravo Mukherjee and Mithun Sharmav did a good job. Nigam Bomzan’s cinematography is what brings the movie to life and your senses aroused.

Final Word:Prepare yourself for Sunny Leone and only her before you are going to the movie. Expect nothing from the plot and you would be thrilled with the curvy lady showing just enough of skin along with great music. All in all you won't be disappointed with the movie.


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