Writer: Venkat Prabhu, K. Chandru, Ezhilarasu Gunasekaran
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Premji Amaren, Bhavatharini
Cinematography: Rajesh Yadav
Editor: Praveen K. L.
Producer: S. P. B. Charan, V. Rajalakshmi, Venkat Prabhu
Director: Venkat Prabhu
The Chennai Sharks XI group goes to Theni for marriage of their group mate Ragu, and get into a tiff with a nearby group that becomes a risk to marriage.
Recall the sensation when you capture old buddies after an extended time? It is such appreciation for the past that the awkwardly-titled Chennai 6000028 II: Second Innings brings up to provide us with a jolly fun. The guys have returned and they are men now. When the video reveals, we find that a few of them are wedded, some have transferred to different places for work, and there is no here we are at cricket and chilling out. But there is wishing for the excellent past. And then comes information of their group mate Ragu’s (Jai) marriage, to be kept in Theni, giving them an probability to get together at last. And cricket, too, returns to their boring lifestyles when they issue with Marudhupandi (Vaibhav), any regional who is excited about cricket (or rather successful at all cost), and uncle Ganeshan (Abhinay Vaddi), who privately wants to get married to Anu (Sana Althaf), Ragu’s lover-fiancée.
The achievements of Chennai 6000028 II: Second Innings depends on how wisely Venkat Prabhu patterns in the components that we liked in the first movie even though the establishing and the impressive position of this movie is different. Venkat Prabhu maintains the styles that created the previous movie a modern-day conspiracy traditional — our obsessions with cricket and relationships — and also details his characters’ issues as grownups, which viewers that has viewed the first movie in their being raised decades can associate to very well now — how do you hang on to the very factors that have described your daily life even after marriage? Here, we see the wedded men — Karthik (Shiva, whose one-liners are amazing sixers), Pazhani (Nitinsathyaa), Gopi (Vijay Vasanth) and Ezhumalai (Ajay Raj) incapable of act as accountable grownups while wishing to be their happy-go-lucky young selves. That they are also mostly henpecked spouses (much like the buddies in Panchathanthiram) creates their situation miserable. Only the issue including Ragu’s marriage seems general.
As with Chennai 600028, the film making seems unpolished, and the cricket suits are taken and modified in a scrappy way which creates the video relatable in a way Venkat Prabhu’s past big-budget movies did not make us experience. Whenever a minimal assisting personality from that movie — from Shanmugasundaram to Gopi’s bat — creates a look here, you really experience like rooting for them. And the cricket coordinate that pushes the second 50 percent — against a rival who has been the Sharks’ scourge — has enough stressed minutes to excitement us. That the levels are greater now only causes it to be even more nail-bitingly interesting.
Watch Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings Tamil Movie Online
Watch Chennai 600028 II: Second Innings Tamil Movie Trailer
Source 1 Video Online (Full Movie)