The sequel was being pegged as the best movie of the year and people were eagerly awaiting for the next part of the film. The second part in itself was good - but many critics thought that it was no match for the first part.
GANGS OF Wasseypur 2 (GOW 2) although loved by the majority of audience, going by their tweets, did not really get the adrenaline going as first installment did. However, there were a number of voices that said that the box office bonanza hit of the first part might not be achieved with the second part as the mood of the film changes from being subtle bubbling animosity (remember the kehke lunga dialogue) in the protagonist to complete bloodbath in the second part.
Contrary to the first film where everyone was joined in their opinion of how brilliant the film was, this time it is quite different as opinions are divided. Some remarked on Twitter
that 'GOW2 is twice as good as the first part' while some tweeted that it was too gory. Majority of those commenting, however, liked the 'different' Bollywood movie that recounts a family saga seeking revenge.
The second part also has an interesting romantic angle with Huma Qureshi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui playing the lovable couple. The girl, Huma Qureshi, with her loud makeup and 'parmission' dialogue, has made a place for herself in the hearts of the audience. Some of those who have seen the film said that it was a deserving end to a well-written and executed movie.