Sequel to the espionage thriller released this week without any drama like its predecessor in 2013. The film starts as Wisam (Kamal Hasan) his wife Nirupama ( Pooja Kumar)and his compatriots land in Britain to deliver their dead friend’s body, and to debrief the superiors. The movie’s goes back and forth in time explaining how Wisam and Ashmitha(Andrea) were sent undercover . Back In Britain they go thru a series of attacks on them, they even manage to thwart a major nuclear incident and find out Omar’s(Rahul Bose) is heading to India. Does Wisam finally capture Omar is the rest of the story.
There is no doubt Kamal Hasan’s espionage thriller is single handedly carried till the end by none other than Ullaga Nayakan Kamal Hasan. At his age he has managed to pull of stunt scenes which dominates the film. Story continues to fill gaps which were left unanswered , but u can still find some chapters missing. Andrea has some allocated screen time specially for her and she does it effortlessly. Pooja Kumar still is a odd character in the film, which leaves the audience irritating in one corner. Story though is simple is clumsily put together and rushed towards the end. If u liked the first part you might get disappointed. I give Vishwaroopam 2 – 5/10 .
PS: do not worry if you are 5 mins late in getting into the theatre, the first five minutes is an political promo of Kamal Hasan which is an unnecessary inclusion.