‘Gangs of Wasseypur Part 2′ trailer: The revenge saga gets spicier!

Sat, July 7, 2012 11:29am UTC by 4 Comments
‘Gangs of Wasseypur Part 2′ trailer: The revenge saga gets spicier!

Brimming with interesting characters with quirky names such as Tangent, Perpendicular and Definite, Wasseypur’s second part looks absolutely delicious and simply irresistible

It was difficult to leave the theatre after watching the first part of Gangs of Wasseypur. Anurag Kashyap’s gritty tale of revenge was planned to be shown in two parts in India, considering the film’s five-hour running time. But so engaging is the drama and so realistic are the characters in the critically acclaimed film that the first part leaves you craving more. Though the director promises that the story will be continued in the second part, it becomes a task for an avid film buff to wait and anticipate how the story will be propelled forward. And now the wait is almost over; we offer you the trailer of Gangs of Wasseypur-Part 2.

Releasing on August 8, the second half of the film is all set to dish out more factions, complex relationships and rivalries in the troubled land of Wasseypur. Going by the trailer, you can expect Nawazuddin Siddiqui to carry the tale further single-handedly. Huma Qureshi and Richa Chaddha look equally promising in the second part as well. We are confident – it is going to be a big fat feast, yet again!

 

 

 

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  • shivam agarwal

    I will surely watch the first day first show…awesome trailer

  • toseef siddiqui

    nice movie n i’m waiting next part of this movie……!!!

  • sarvesh singh

    nice pichar. mast hai bhai manoj sar vary gud rol aap to aap ho sab ke baap ho

  • Samuel

    I raelly, raelly wanted to hate this game. It goes against everything I stand for as a gamer and I felt it was giving a bad name to the video game industry in general. And then I played it. And I\’m still playing it. Chances are, I\’ll be playing it forever on end. This is one great game, and if not for a rather forceful brother and a cheap $20 price tag, I may have never discovered this. No game has ever been as in-depth as this one has. You can do absolutely anything under the sun, whether it\’s exercise, eat and drink, play video games (within a video game), steal cars, shoot people, install hydraulics into low-riders, shoot more people, buy gang-colors, ride BMXs you get the point. All that can be done as an aside to the actual story of the game, which I have to say is pretty damn good. Without spoiling much, I\’ll say that the main character, Carl, has come back to his old neighborhood after the death of his mother, and finds himself the avenger of his mother\’s death. Along the way, he meets quite a few characters, and gets himself involved with most of the major gangs as well as some government agencies. Some of these meetings are beneficial to Carl, while others are purely life-threatening. What\’s great about the story is just how he ends up getting involved with these characters. At first, it seems strange that a gang-banger would affiliate himself with the CIA, but Carl does just that, eventually. Basically, you\’ll just have to play the game to believe some of this stuff. The game-play is damn fun too. Every separate element, whether it be cars or weapons, or the intangibles like respect and sex appeal, has a level that must be built in order for Carl to be able to do certain things. Obviously, driving skills as well as gun skills are important in a game such as this, but getting the respect from your fellow gang-bangers is important too. And then there is the idea of muscle building and atrophy. You have to keep Carl healthy, and that means constant exercise and eating right. And we can\’t forgot all the side missions, like tags and clams and jumps. Simply finding these are tasks, but getting every separate tag or jump or whatever actually feels good, and the benefits make it worth spending the time to do these things. In the end, after putting a fare amount of time into this game, I realized one thing: I\’m losing sleep. That\’s not bad, though, because I\’m having fun, and no game since Final Fantasy VII has ever done this to me. Though I still think some of what happens or can happen in this game is pointless and unneeded, those are my own personal beliefs and ones I won\’t use anymore as a reason for hating this game. Therefore, I highly recommend this game to any mature, sane minded adult. It\’s a gaming experience that is almost pure innovation from start to beginning. Now, if you\’ll excuse me, I have some tags to spray.


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