Manmadhudu 2 Movie Review


King Nagarjuna needs a massive hit to stand in the race in Telugu cinema. After a series of debacles, he is testing his luck with Manmadhudu 2 which is directed by Rahul Ravindran. Rakul Preet Singh is the leading lady and Lakshmi, Rao Ramesh and Vennela Kishore played other crucial roles. Manmadhudu 2 is extensively shot in Portugal and Hyderabad. Bankrolled by Manam Enterprises and Anandi Arts, Manmadhudu 2 is hitting the screens today. Here is the complete review of the film:


Manmadhudu 2 is the story of Sambasiva Rao / Sam (Nagarjuna) who resides in Portugal. After a love failure, Sam turns a playboy and a womanizer. He turns strictly against marriage but his family keeps forcing him to get married and settle in life. It is then he rents a girlfriend Avanthika (Rakul Preet Singh). The rest of Manmadhudu 2 is all about what happens next. Watch the film to know about the unrevealed twists in this romantic drama.

Production Values
Vennela Kishore
Entertainment in parts


Story and Direction
No Emotional Connect
Poorly penned characters
Second Half
Adult comedy


Nagarjuna looks charming like ever and his screen presence is one of the major highlights of Manmadhudu 2. The actor stuns with his performance in this badly written character. Rakul Preet Singh looks extremely glamorous and gorgeous in the role of Avanthika. She looks perfect in the role and impresses the audience. Vennela Kishore and Rao Ramesh are the major strength of Manmadhudu 2 and their episodes came out really well. Lakshmi and Jhansi supported well. All the other actors have been good.

Manmadhudu 2 lacks an interesting script and narration. The characters are loosely penned and the emotional connect goes missing in the film. The music, background score and cinematography are the only saviors of Manmadhudu 2. The production values are grand and the visuals are fantastic. Rahul Ravindran fails badly in all the available ways in churning out Manmadhudu 2 into an impressive flick.


Manmadhudu 2 is a huge misfire and can be given a skip. Vennela Kishore’s comedy and music are the only saviors.

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