Ponniyin Selvan: Part 2 Movie Watch free online : Vikram, Aishwarya Rai shine in Mani Ratnam's epic, emotional Ponniyin Selvan 2

Ponniyin Selvan: Part 2 Movie Review : Vikram, Aishwarya Rai shine in Mani Ratnam's epic, emotional Ponniyin Selvan 2

Ponniyin Selvan: Part 2 Movie Synopsis: There is a plan in motion to assassinate the monarch and the two Chola dynasty princes on the same day. Can the Pandiya rebels, who are being led by the furious Nandhini, withstand the fury of the Cholas?

Ponniyin Selvan: Part 2 Movie Review:With Ponniyin Selvan: Part 2, Mani Ratnam continues the story that was started in the first installment by focusing on the tragic relationship between Nandhini (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and crown prince Aaditha Karikalan (Vikram). The director of PS2 shows us the blossoming of love between a prince and an orphan girl, and the heartbreak it leaves in its wake after they are torn apart by forces beyond their control, without saying too much in the form of dialogue. PS2 opens with a prelude that captures the romance between these two characters when they were young.

IIn fact, up until the story's finale, this doomed relationship keeps the story's suspense high and propels the protagonists to take actions that have broad repercussions. Karikalan is unwilling to decline an invitation to the Kadambur palace, where his own chieftains intended to assassinate him, although realizing that doing so could be foolish. His sister, Princess Kundhavai (Trisha), is motivated by the intrigue surrounding Nandhini's ancestry. In the end, the Pandiya rebels, who have sworn an oath to avenge Karikalan, whose romance resulted in the assassination of their monarch, are repelled by the youthful prince Arulmozhi Varman (Jayam Ravi).

The film continues with the quick narration we got in the second half of the first movie up until the intermission, progressing more like a swashbuckler. We watch Vandhiyathevan's (Karthi) brave attempts to stop the murder of Arulmozhi, who is receiving medical treatment at a monastery. We witness a scorching love scene between Vandhiyathevan and Kundhavai, a beautiful reunion of the siblings, and an exciting pre-interval action scene that is a masterclass in how to shoot mayhem while maintaining spatial clarity.

The second half is primarily focused on Karikalan's fate, and Mani Ratnam makes the eagerly anticipated scene between Karikalan and Nandhini so terrifying and painful that we briefly lose track of the other characters. The performances by Vikram and Aishwarya in these scenes are excellent. Cinematographer Ravi Varman shot most of them in close-ups, which further emphasizes how vulnerable their characters are.

To be truthful, this emotional high has a significant impact on the climax since the events that occur after a major character dies fall short of the tension and drama the story had built up to that point. The proceedings also have a somewhat somber tone due to how serious they are, which is unusual for historical epics, especially in the post-Baahubali era. Mani Ratnam adheres more closely to the spirit of Kalki's novels, a fictionalized depiction of historical figures with a strong emphasis on interpersonal drama, than those movies, which were about superhuman, fictitious heroes. Although the action takes place in a palace, the grandeur is primarily created by the feelings of the people who inhabit it. Mani Ratnam appears to understand this as well. He chooses to include a war scene at the conclusion to give viewers an immediate rush of adrenaline, but this section lacks a strong emotional foundation (and dazzling visual effects) to genuinely leave us on a high.
The climax, however, is where everything fall flat the most. While the writers (Mani Ratnam, Jeyamohan, and Kumaravel) shrewdly give us a more agreeable twist, they fall short with the speech that Arulmozhi delivers in the end while making the ultimate sacrifice that makes him the titular hero of this sprawling epic. Even in Kalki's book, we get a rather low-key ending with one too many twists.

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