Force 2 is a Bollywood movie, directed by AbhinayDeo and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah. It is the sequel of Vipul Amrutlal Shah's 2011 successful action franchise film Force. This movie features John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha and Tahir Raj Bhasin in lead roles. The movie is an action thriller film. The principal photography of the film commenced on 15th August 2015 and the movie released worldwide on 18th November 2016. In the movie, John Abraham will be portraying the role of ACP Yashvardhan, Sonakshi Sinha plays the role of Kamaljit Kaur aka KK, Tahir Raj Bhasin will be portraying the role of Shiv. Apart from them the movie will also be featuring Paras Arora and Narendra Jha. Gnelia D’Souza in the movie will be featuring in a special appearance as Maya.
In the movie, ACP Yashvardhan teams up RAW Agent KK to bring down the master mind terrorist, Shiv. Force was the remake of Tamil movie Kaakha Kaakha and Force 2 will have an original script. Shah, who has had a good run at the box office with Commando, Force and Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty, is looking forward to reuniting with John and giving the audience a power packed sequel. In this sequel John Abraham has signed to play the lead actor. Earlier, Katrina Kaif's name was heared as the lead opposite John, but Sonakshi Sinha will be playing the female lead. This will be the first time for John and Sonakshi to be paired together. Tahir Raj Bhasin who essayed negative role in Mardaani, will again be seen playing a character with shades of grey. The poster from the movie Force 2 has been released, which featured John in a rugged look. A new still of the movie stars John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha standing on the rooftops. The trailer of the film is promising and has amazing action scenes.
The actors of the movie have been promoting the movie in many places as well on the social media as well. Force 2 music is composed by multiple artists and are mostly fast-paced tracks that go with the thriller genre, including a remixed number from Mr. India. However, the album is far from making it into your heart. The album has just four tracks. This should suit the movie and keep the action-thriller tight. The tracks, however, leave a lot to be desired as none of the tracks have the potential to make it to your playlists. Rang Laal opens with a ridiculous voice over that you will definitely not want to hear every time you play the song. The guitar interludes are good, but Bollywood needs to get over its infatuation with Rap as it only make the songs unbearable. O Janiya is a remix of Kate Nahi Katate Yeh Din Yeh Raat from Mr. India and not that great. Ishaara by Armaan Malik is the only song that you can hear through to the end. However, this one too is not a song that will catch your attention or make you sit up and take notice. Catch Me If You Can is a more of a background song for the movie.