Shareek 2 Movie Review: A Fierce Tale Of Shareekebaazi That Began From Daddy Issues And Leveled Up By A Girl

StarcastJimmy Shergill, Dev Kharoud, Sharan Kaur, Jugraj Singh,
Mukul Dev and more
DirectorNavaniat Singh
Kiddaan Rating

After getting postponed multiple times, the long awaited sequel Shareek 2 is finally released in cinemas on July 8, 2022. If you are planning to visit the theaters to watch the full on action drama of Two SHAREEKs, here’s our Shareek 2 movie review to guide you to the utmost level of Shareekebazi.

The standalone sequel to the 2015 released super hit Punjabi movie Shareek is directed by Navaniat Singh. It stars two mammoths of Punjabi cinema Jimmy Shergill and Dev Kharoud as the SHAREEKs. The cast of the movie also includes Sharan Kaur, Jugraj Singh, Mukul Dev,, Aman Sutdhar, Amar Noorie & Sunita Dhir. Here’s a spoiler free insight of the movie that will focus on the bright & dull side of it.


As the title suggests, this is another tale of two brothers turned bloody rivals. The trailer already made us clear about the plot of the movie, Shareek 2 is a story of two step brothers who hate each other because of the differences in Father’s parenting. Jassa (Jimmy Shergill) and Gurbaaz (Dev Kharoud), both are filled with unfathomable hatred for one another. As this was not enough in the Shareekebazi, a girl enters in the story and worsen the rivalry. Both the Randhawa Step-Brothers try every trick from their dictionary to wound one another. But are they the Kings of this bloody game or someone else using them as pawns for his revenge? Who lives- who dies, who is hero- who is villain and Who actually wins this game of Shareekebazi, this movie is a roller coaster ride for all these questions.

Now if we talk about the story, it is not something unique that we haven’t heard or can’t predict but the style and intensity with which it is depicted on the screen is something commendable. The fans who have watched the trailer will go with other theories in mind but the movie takes many twists and turns that actually is something appreciable for a punjabi movie. Some might dislike the climax but this was one of the most sorted climaxes of a Punjabi movie ever. 

Acting & Performance

Jimmy Shergill in the movie? No need to explain much about acting. He is such a perfectionist, whatever he does- no one can dislike. His expressions, dialogue delivery & The Royal Body Language in the movie, deserves many compliments but one word Outstanding. He once again lived his character of Jassa and made all the fans to wow him. No doubt why fans were eagerly waiting for this acting maestro to return on Punjabi Screens.

Dev Kharoud who played the Role of Gurbaaz Singh Randhawa. We have already seen his intense acting- depth in movies like Dakuaan Da Munda & DSP Dev, and didn’t fail to leave an impact this time too. He gave his very best in the role of Baaz. However, sometimes he seems to be overacting, for example there’s an emotional hospital scene, where he failed to dive deep into the emotions. But overall, he portrayed his character beautifully and made sure that the audience doesn’t blink a second while he’s on screen.

Talked much about the Two Shareeks now it’s time for the Lady who made the rivalry fierce. Rupi Kaur played by gorgeous Sharan Kaur, is the love interest of Baaz in the movie but she marries Jassw, why? For this you have to watch the movie but for now, we can assure you that Sharan has completely nailed her role, and there’s not even a single scene in the movie where she misses the character. From a lover with enormous Nakhra to a helpless wife, she nailed her role completely.

Mukul Dev, the familiar face from the prequel Shareek, is playing the role of alcoholic uncle Narinder Singh Randhawa. He was magnificent in his role of a Shakuni type uncle, who injects hatred in the bloods of Baaz & Jassa. The beast of Punjabi cinema Jugraj Singh has portrayed the role of Daddy Randhawa, Bhupinder Singh Randhawa. He was too good in his small but effective role.

Other supporting cast such as Aman Sutdhar, Amar Noorie & Sunita Dhir were brilliant in their respective roles. They supported the lead actors in the perfect way as the supporting cast should.


Experienced Punjabi director, Navaniat Singh, who has directed the original Shareek back in 2015, has directed Shareek 2 as well. He has done a brilliant job in providing the best for the Punjabi Audience. However, the only aspect he failed to focus on is the emotional segments of the movie. If he would have added more salt in the emotional scenes, this would have been an absolute delight for the Punjabi audience. Else wise he has done a commendable job in giving a classic touch to a modern day punjabi movie.


Music is the soul of a drama movie, and the music of Shareek 2 has tried hard to complement the scenes but sometimes failed to do so. The songs were not very groovy but acceptable with reference to the screenplay. One song that enhanced the charm of the movie throughout was Mere Saiyaan by Yasir Hussain. 


However, based on the same ideology, Shareek 2 was completely a different story from its prequel and deserves an applause from fans for showing us the content that we actually waited for. Kiddaan rates Shareek 2, 4 stars out 5 for the classic representation of Punjab’s common issue. This is definitely a must watch movie as it doesn’t disappoint you in any aspect.

If you are a fan of Jimmy or Dev Kharoud or not, if you just want to see some good stuff, get your tickets and visit the theater nearby. Haven’t watched the Shareek 2 trailer yet, here it is: 

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