The completion of a multi-generational crime dynasty story which leaves room for more believe it or not but leaves everything in a satisfactory place. A little lighter than the first film it still shows that history repeats itself and legacies and vendettas continue in some shape or form. Plus the shootout at the end was pretty good.
Personally feel it's a better film than Part I - and craftwise, the peak in Kashyap's career till date. But it earns its irony too easily, and inspite of being pretty entertaining, really doesn't hit home. Kashyap's shirking away from a moral/emotional ground ensures that it'll be a guilty pleasure to return to, only because it's too goddamned well-made.
Strong and a very entertaining follow-up to the first part. It's only problem is it can't decide whether to choose style over substance. Result is it ends up being neither the ultra-violent Kill Bill Vol.1 it often aims to be nor does it end up being as conceptually strong Part 1. Leaves a little hollow feeling after it's over.