Vidyut Jamwal, the man with a ripped torso and sinewy arms is widely considered as one of the most vibrant figures in Bollywood, but this vibrancy is not enough to save a sinking ship like "Commando 2: The Black Money Trail" which was released on March 03, 2017, in the United States.

The film had a limited release in the United States. Some of the noted theaters in which the film is getting screened are Edwards Westpark 8 Irvine, Pollack Tempe Cinemas Arizona, and Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas Farmingdale New York.

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The movie is directed by Devan Bhojani, and apart from Vidyut, this film also stars Esha Gupta, Adah Sharma, Freddy Daruwala, Thakur Anup Singh and Adil Hussain in other prominent roles. A hammy script supported by mediocre performances by the actors except Vidyut makes this sequel of "Commando" a forgettable experience.

Determined to demolish corruption

In "Commando 2", Vidyut Jamwal will be once again seen as Captain Karanvir Singh, the daring warrior who is determined to fight against the odds in the society.

Now, he is in charge to bring back a the kingpin of a black money mafia from Malaysia to India. In this journey, Karanvir faces so many difficulties, and sometimes he breaks the law to achieve the mission.

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Vidyut Jamwal's impeccable style and charisma

The only saving grace of the movie is Vidyut's terrific performance as the valiant soldier. It is a real delight to see Vidyut smashing baddies with his tremendous body strength.

Public review

The film is full of unwanted melodrama, and the dialogues delivery of the main baddies makes us believe that they are participating in a reality show. Adah Sharma and Esha Gupta looked ravishing, but they had nothing much to do in a script which completely revolves around the character played by Vidyut.

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Box-office collections

The opening day domestic collection (India) for the movie is was Rs 3.5 crores. By the end of this weekend, "Commando 2: The Black Money Trail" may collect nearly 14 Crores. Stay tuned for more collection details.

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