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‘Force 2’: Audience’s response leaves villain Tahir Raj Bhasin ‘ecstatic’

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India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [Published on:25 Nov 2016, 7:59:20]

Ever since John Abraham-Sonakshi Sinha starrer ‘Force 2’ has hit the screens, the audience has been all praises about the movie.

However, this is not because the lead pair, but because of the antagonist of the movie  - Shiv.

The role was played by actor Tahir Raj Bhasin who has managed to steal the show from John and Sonakshi.

Indeed, Bhasin is over the moon over the resonse he has been receiving from the audience and the critics.

However, he did admit that there was a little pressure on him for living up to the expectations of the people because of his previous movie ‘Mardaani’.

"It is amazing. This film 'Force 2' took year in the making. There was a little bit of pressure because there was an expectation based on my first film, but I really have been ecstatic with all the critical and audience's feedback that has been coming in," Tahir told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

Tahir made his debut with 2014 release ‘Mardaani’ and was seen in a negative role. While he won the audience’s hearts with his villainous performance, he was cited as the new age handsome villain.

Well, despite ‘Force 2’ being Tahir’s second movie, the actor has cleary lived upto the mark of every expectation the audience was having with him.

Directed by Abhinay Deo, ‘Force 2’ is based on the intention of one man who wants to kill agents of India's intelligence agency - the Research and Analysis Wing.

The movie is a sequel to John Abraham’s 2011 releae ‘Force’.

‘Force 2’ was released on November 18, 2016.

 

(With IANS Inputs)

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‘Force 2’: Audience’s response leaves villain Tahir Raj Bhasin ‘ecstatic’