Allu Arjun’s latest crap show Arya 2 has received unflattering reviews from movie critics.
Here’s a sample of reviews for Arya 2:
Arya 2 is not really a sequel to that trendsetter, Arya. Neither is the movie entertaining like the original nor does it have any interesting moments. In fact, it is big disappointment. Illogical plotline, silly scenes and confusing second half makes the film a tedious watch.
….The basic problem is its unnatural script, where the heroâ€™s characterization is marred by negative shades. As a matter of fact, those who would reach the theatres with expectation that Arya-2 is really a sequel to the blockbuster Arya, they would sure find themselves in a soup. On the whole, director Sukumar fails both as a writer and director as his plotline is confusing.
Arya 2 was being much talked of as the sequel to Arya, the successful Telugu film by Sukumar starring Allu Arjun a few years back.
Well, the sequel has the same hero-director combo but the magic is missing somehow. The sequel begins well but gets mired down the line due to the routine formulaic pattern, slightly confused plot and a not-so-proper characterisation of the hero.
Arya 2, unleashed by a confederacy of dunces, is an apocalyptic nightmare of biblical proportions.Handicapped by a bizarrely asinine story, infested with a gaggle of buffoons and endowed with an entertainment quotient of Minus Infinity, Arya 2 plunges the knife into the guts of the unsuspecting audience, repeatedly twists the knife scooping up their entrails, one long, painful intestinal strand at a time.
And the central villain of this hideous monstrosity is none other than the anencephalic director Sukumar, the accursed architect of the original and misbegotten Arya too.
Sure, some of the critics may have a positive thing or two to say about this piece of trash.
But their bottom line is that Arya 2 is disappointing.
Folks, Arya 2 is a piece of garbage unworthy of your time or money.