Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Zee Cinema to Presents World Television Premiere of ‘Commando 2’ on 20th May

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 17th May:- A recent survey by Transparency International (TI), an anti-corruption global civil society organization, states that India has the highest bribery rate among the 16 Asia Pacific countries surveyed. Nearly seven in 10 people in India have indulged in corruption. In a mission to curb black money laundering, in November 2016, the governmental decision of demonetization took the nation by storm overnight creating havoc in the lives of black-money hoarders. Even as the Indian government works towards eradicating this menace, Zee Cinema- World’s Largest Movie Theatre For Hindi Movies, brings one such story of the ultimate fight against black money laundering with World Television Premiere of Commando 2 on Saturday, 20th May at 9 PM. Starring the martial-arts fighter and action hero, Vidyut Jammwal, along with the charming Adah Sharma, Esha Gupta and Freddy Daruwala, Commando 2 boasts of high octane action and edge-of-the-seat drama.
Directional movie debut of the famous theatre director and actor Deven Bhojani, the film is the second installment of the Commando franchise. Commando 2 marks the return of death-defying stunts (all done by Vidyut Jammwal without any stunt doubles or harnesses) as Commando Karanveer Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jammwal), continues from ‘One Man Army’ to a key international mission of bringing laundered black money back to India.
Ahead of the premiere of the film, Vidyut Jammwal said that his mother, like any other person in India, waits for movies to come on television to watch it. Television is a medium that reaches to a wider set of audience. His previous films have done extremely well on television and he expects the same from Commando 2 on Zee Cinema. He hopes people shower the same love for him as they have been doing all this while.
A ‘hawala’ racketeer Vicky operates from the Malaysia-Thailand border and is responsible for siphoning off black money of corrupt Indians. The Indian government, under the leadership of home minister Leela (Shefali Shah), has handpicked a team of specialists to track down the culprits. Headed by Commando Karanveer Singh Dogra (Vidyut Jammwal), along with ACP Bakhtawar Khan (Freddy Daruwala), Inspector Bhavna Reddy (Adah Sharma), they embark on a mission to nab an infamous black money launderer. But with their every movie predictable, they soon find themselves caught in a game of deceit.

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