Julie 2

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Julie 2
Raai Laxmi's-Julie 2 poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byDeepak Shivdasani
Produced byVijay Nair
Deepak Shivdasani
Pahlaj Nihalani
Written byFaheem Chaudhry
Screenplay byDeepak Shivdasani
Story byDeepak Shivdasani
StarringRaai Laxmi
Music byViju Shah
Rooh Band
Atif Ali
CinematographySameer Reddy
Edited byAsif Ali Sheik's
Triumph Talkies
Distributed byPahlaj Nihalani
Release date
  • 24 November 2017 (2017-11-24)
Running time
159 minutes

Julie 2 is a Hindi thriller film written, co-produced and directed by Deepak Shivdasani and produced by Vijay Nair.[1] It features Raai Laxmi in the lead role which marks her debut in Hindi cinema.[2][3] This is the sequel to Shivdasani's earlier film Julie (2004).

Viju Shah composes the film's score and soundtrack while Sameer Reddy handles the cinematography. Principal photography commenced in September 2015. Filming locations include Mumbai, Hyderabad and Dubai. The film's first look poster was released on 14 February 2016 coinciding with Valentine's Day.

The film was released on 24 November 2017.[4]


A wannabe actress Julie (Raai) struggles through sleazy innuendos before caving in and getting embroiled in the shadowy world that purportedly finances the film industry. Her first love Mohit abandons her at the first sign of trouble while her second (Ravi Kisshen) uses her and moves on to his next conquest. The third one is Dubai Don Lala (Dev Gill) and her fourth a cricketer who thinks she won’t suit the sati savitri image his parents expect of his bride. So that leaves Julie in a huddle and egged on by her woman Friday, Annie (Rati Agnihotri) she chooses Jesus – only to be gunned down the day after her symbolic baptism. There’s talk about her having cleansed herself by accepting Jesus in her heart but the image that precedes it is one with her doing the wet number in a see through white shirt. So much for respecting religion.

The rest of the film has a ferocious looking ACP Dev Dutt (Aditya Srivastava) trying to arrive at a decent enough reason for her murder. Of course, the power broker with CM aspirations and a dead wife who looks like Julie’s doppelganger, may have something to do with it. But you wouldn’t be bothered because the intent is not to thrill you with suspense but to titillate with suggestive poses and a never-ending expanse of flesh.[5]



In July 2015, Raai Laxmi was signed by Deepak Shivdasani for the sequel to his film Julie (2004).[6] It was her first Hindi film, and 50th film as an actress.[7]

The first look was released on 14 February 2016.[8] In mid October 2016 Raai Laxmi in an interview said that the film will be released in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil languages .[9][10]


Track listing
1."Mala Seenha"Shabbir AhmedJaved MohsinMamta Sharma, Shabab Sabri, & Danish Sabri4:45
2."Oh Julie"SameerAtif Ali, Rooh (Band)Anupam Nair4:11
3."Kabhi Jhoota Lagta Hai"SameerAtif Ali, Rooh (Band)Mistu Bardhan5:45
4."Kharama Kharama"SameerViju ShahPavni Pandey4:47
5."Koi Hausla Toh Hoh"SameerAtif Ali, Rooh (Band)Anupam Nair4:20
Total length:23:08
Julie 2
Soundtrack album by
Viju Shah, Rooh Band, Atif Ali and Javed Mohsin
ReleasedNovember 10, 2017
GenreFeature film Soundtrack
LabelTriumph Talkies
Tamil tracklist
Telugu track list


  1. ^ "Julie 2 trailer: Pahlaj Nihalani presents India's first sanskari erotic thriller".
  2. ^ "'Julie 2' teaser: Southern siren Raai Laxmi's bold, beautiful and blessed Bollywood debut".
  3. ^ "Julie 2 teaser: Raai Laxmi is 'bold, beautiful and blessed' in her first Bollywood film. Watch video".
  4. ^ "BREAKING: Case against Julie 2 settled, film to release on November 24".
  5. ^ https://www.freepressjournal.in/entertainment/julie-2-review-cast-story-director/1176213
  6. ^ "JULIE, "ONCE MORE".
  7. ^ http://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/movies/raai-laxmi-heads-to-bollywood-with-julie-2/article20635781.ece
  8. ^ "Raai "Laxmi's bold poster of 'Julie 2' revealed".
  9. ^ "Bollywood "likes skinny heroines, down south plump is the rule: Laxmi Raai".
  10. ^ "Julie 2 to Hit Screens on August 12". The New Indian Express. 14 September 2015. Retrieved 14 February 2016.

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