‘Gangs of Wasseypur 2’ review: Anurag Kashyap ne kehke le liya

Ananya Bhattacharya

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Trust Anurag Kashyap to believe that dialogue from the core of his heart. The man doesn’t make films, he makes vendetta come alive on screen. With ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 1’, the director had set the stage for a classic; with its second part, he gave birth to a cult. 

‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ is not merely a film; it renders to shreds all sorts of stereotypes, while operating from within them. Kashyap’s characters are archetypes, and he has made sure that his magnum opus is one that will go down in the history of Indian cinema as one of the most realistic films ever made. A standing ovation and unfathomable adulation would fall short for the brains behind ‘Wasseypur’. Go on and take a bow!

The film recapitulates about five minutes of the end of the first part where Sardar Khan (Manoj Bajpayee) was assassinated, and ever since, doesn’t let viewers – even for a moment – divert their attention elsewhere. An ambience which otherwise, in some other film, would have been melodramatic is offered with generous dollops of comic relief, and Kashyap flushes all kinds of over-dramatisation down the gutter – leaving the audience with only what is necessary to go ahead with the film. Not for an extra moment does the camera linger on the corpse of Sardar Khan or his bereaved family, not for an extra second are viewers led on to believe that they can shed tears in front of the screen .

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