The much hyped Sunny Leone porn starrer Jism 2 finally hits the screen. The film had generated tremendous curiosity amongst the cinegoers because of its obvious USPs- highly erotic posters, aesthetically picturised songs, and of course , a sizzling Sunny Leone. Jism2 has been heavily captioned as an ” Erotic thriller” by the Bhatts. Ironically, its neither erotic nor a thriller. The film miserably fails to engage its viewers, and turns out to be a damp squib, unlike its original “Jism”
The plot revolves around a porn cum prostitute Izna (Leone), who needs to use her libidinous”Jism” to take avengement against ex cop ( and ex lover!) turned assassin Kabir ( Hooda), and aiding her on this mission are the masterminds- IB officer Ayan( Arunday) and officer Saldanah ( Zakaria), their pivotal focus being to extract a secured data which is a threat to the national security.Izna seduces and fakes Kabir, to trump out the data , only to realise that she is trapped into a double jeopardy.
Jism2 radiates sensuality in bits and spurts,with an opening scene of a sizzling Leone, endowed in a red outfit,glistening shoes, erotic lingerie and liberal cleavage, seducing intelligence officer Singh to a hotel room bed and making love. She repeats this act generously with a brooding Hooda under the aesthetic locales of Ceylon. But the biggest letdown of the movie is the screenplay and the execution of the story, coupled with some lackluster performances. The movie gets mired into a tedious and prosaic platform, with dragging love making scenes and enervating drama, ultimately culminating into a not-so-unexpected climax. Director Pooja Bhatt seems got so interested in the locales, that she completely ignored to weave out a interesting story, which , she has been rather boldly boasting of an erotic thriller. Augmenting this boring experience are some platitudinous dialogues : “Us jaanwar ko apne dil mein paala tha usne, she knows him the best”, “apne jism ko bechkar apne desh ke liye bahut kuch kiya hain “, “Jo aadmi apne mulk se wafadari nahi kar saka, usne iske jism se wafadari kardi”- absolutely absurd.
On a positive affirmation, the film has been brilliantly shot, profoundly aesthetic and scintillating. The locales of Ceylon have been captured wonderfully, rendering the entire movie a lustrous canvas. Coupled with this, it weaves out a some tuneful melodies, with “Maula” and “Yeh Kasoor” being the standout tracks
Jism2 showcases the canadian porn star Sunny Leon debut capably, as a seductress with pivotal focus on her much talked about assets- eyes and bust- in generous measure, but she needs considerable effort when it comes to ameliorating her acting skills. Her unexpressive eyes and her inability to emote makes her performance completely ordinary, in sharp contrast to her erotic demeanor. Same applies to newbie Arunoday Singh, who renders a complete pedestrian performance. Arif Zakaria enacts well, though he looked shaky in the climax scenes. The biggest surprise is Randeep Hooda, who makes his brooding act watchable with excellent diction and a restrained performance.
Jism 2 could have lived up to its “erotic thriller“tag with a tighter screenplay and story, instead, it turns to be a damp squib and a complete dissapointment, especially after a rather interesting prequel to it. If you think the amorous posters and songs with a titillating leone promises a taut thriller, you are in for a honeytrap. 10 mins into the movie , and you are in for a “Big Yawn”
Watch it for: Excellently shot locales, and aesthetically choreographed songs. Otherwise, avoid it and get hold of Jism DVD at home .