So I finally watched the most awaited sequel of this year, DeadPool 2 and for the first time I went ahead and watched the Hindi Dubbed Version.
Btw Ranveer Singh was the only reason I decided to watch Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, ‘Deadpool 2’ in Hindi. The idea of him becoming the voice of Deadpool was enough to make me look forward to it. After all, I am an ardent Bollywood lover and will never miss the opportunity. Alas, the voice of Ranveer Singh didn’t quite work for me as it falls flat.
I really missed the original dubbing artist Mr Sanket Mhatre who is a professional voice actor who’s been in the business, for the past 11 years and has lend voice for all the super hero films including Deadpool 1. He had lend his voice for the first trailer cut of Deadpool 2 but was later removed as the makers insisted on ranveer Singh to do the needful ( Star Driven industry….-(-()
If you have followed both the Deadpool movies, you might be struck with a certain feeling of déjà vu. Haven’t you seen the character on screen before? Played by Ryan Reynolds? In another X-Men movie?
Yes, because the character Deadpool has appeared in [X-Men Origins: Wolverine] but not as Dead Pool but as Wade Wilson .
So Deadpool is back ….
The action sequences are undoubtedly better than any other superhero movie, by a wide margin. The fights are dirty, funny, and immensely creative, utilizing Deadpool’s kick ass character traits. everything is so perfectly choreographed, almost like a video game.
And this time around, the story is surprisingly poignant (sort of), while the action and one-liners flow smoothly, even if the jokes don’t always land.
Motor-mouthed mutant mercenary Wade Wilson (AKA. Deadpool), brings together a team of fellow mutant rogues Thge X Force to protect a young boy of supernatural abilities from the brutal, time-traveling mutant, Cable.
Frankly speaking, the movie is half as interesting as the the synospsis and lacks depth. The first 30 minutes you will struggle hard to comprehend the series of whacky events unfolding before your eyes…I guess, since it was in Hindi I was getting even more confused as somewhere down the line the real essence was missing and I struggled hard to gauge the connection and relation between few scenes.
The first installment entertained us in the most unexpected ways, so obviously, hopes are high for the second movie as well…but I was a little exasperated as I din quite understand the story.
The mighty villain ‘Cable’ seemed weak and less ferocious unlike that character ‘Thanos’ he had portrayed in the last Avengers.
Mayank Jain, the writer of the Hindi dialogues didn’t quite pack a punch as the translation seemed to be very lame and stupid in most of the parts. However, most of the dialogues are connected to Bollywood/ Pop Culture that gets repetitive and unfunny. It’s sad to see how the real essence of the script gets lost in our local transalation.
I am planning to watch the english version now and reconsider my opinions and views about this film…As I previously stated that the first trailer dubbed by Mr Sanket Mhatre was a lot better than the overallk flick… where the entire cast was changed.
Overall, the hindi dubbed version of DeadPool 2 falls flat for me…Try watching the english version this weekend.