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Download Satyameva Jayate 2 2021 1080p, 720p & 480p – Full Hindi Movie
- Full Name: Satyameva Jayate 2
- Language: Hindi
- Release Year: 2021
- Size: 450MB, 1.1GB & 2.6GB
- Quality: 480p, 720p & 1080p
- Format: Mkv
- Director: Milap Zaveri
- Writer: Milap Zaveri
- Stars: John Abraham, Nora Fatehi, Divya Khosla Kumar
The film’s story revolves around Dadasaheb Balram Azad (John Abraham) and his two sons, also played by Abraham — one grows up to be a Home Minister (Satya) who wants his anti-corruption bill passed while the other plays a sassy cop (ACP Jay). There’s also Divya Khosla Kumar playing Satya’s wife Vidya, the politician from opposition, and Gautami Kapoor as the mother of the twins. Divya, perhaps, is the only character who doesn’t go loud with her dialogues but then it’s almost looks like she’s reading from the teleprompter without any expressions. For a moment, I was happy to see a woman having a slightly decent role in an otherwise male-dominant film, but Divya’s poor dialogue delivery and an average act doesn’t really make her stand out. There are also Harsh Chhaya, Anup Sonu and Sahil Vaid in supporting roles and they play their parts well in whatever little they had to do.
Showcasing the fight against injustice and misuse of power, Satyameva Jayate 2 serves us a montage of done-to-death scenes that give the film’s lead heroes — John Abraham and John Abraham — a chance to fulfil their pledge to root out corruption. From doctors at a government hospital sitting on a strike, kids dying due to food poisoning and lack of oxygen, to a flyover collapsing or a girl setting herself on fire after being raped by a politician’s son, Zaveri has copied and pasted cliched tropes from the 80s. That’s not what you call a tribute. And to assume that today’s audiences would enjoy this with equal zeal or have takers for this kind of cinema, is quite the brave thought.