Jai is in need of some money, and hence decides to sell his ancestral property in Kaasi. However, he is yet to find out about the property as he is doesn't know how it looks like or where it is situated. He anyways goes to Kaasi and seeks the help of Jiiva a lodge owner and Nikki Galrani the local tahsildar, with whom he falls in love with at first sight.
After many struggles Jiiva prepares for his sister's marriage to Sathish. And falls in love with Catherine Tresa who is Sathish's sister. In this situation, Nikki Galrani finds out that Jiiva's lodge is Jai's ancestral property. But, on Jiiva's request she keeps it between them both until Jiiva's sister's wedding gets over. Unfortunately, Sathish suddenly refuses to get married, which jeopardises both his relationship with Catherine and his sister's life.
In this situation, Jai and Jiiva find out that Shiva owes some money to them both, as he had manipulated and cheated them under various circumstances. So, they befriend him and force him to repay them back. The rest of the plot revolves around the commotion they all get themselves into by chasing behind each other for money, and how they succeed in their love life.
Both Jai and Jiiva have delivered a neat performance. Though they could have been used in a different way to bring out their fun side on screen. However, Shiva steals the spotlight as his comic deliveries are on spot. The way he pulls off his character is really enjoyable.
Nikki Galrani and Catherine Tresa have very little to perform other than being the heros' love interests and for glamour purposes. Yogi Babu's performance deserves a special mention. Robo Shankar, Sathish, VTV Ganesh, Singam Puli, and Vaiyapuri have done justice in delivering their comic parts neatly.
Though Kalakalappu 2 is said to be a sequel to the 2012 release laugh riot Kalakalappu, the new film has no connections between the two. Sundar C once again delivers a neat film which runs high on humour, even though many loose ends are evident. The wafer-thin story has nothing new to offer but has all the elements one expects from a true commercial movie.
However, he could have paid more attention to the screenplay, as it lacked punch and a flow in most of the places. The second half of the film was more hilarious than the first half. Also, the comedy could have been a little better as the usual double entendres and innuendos might test the audiences' patience.
Hiphop Tamizha Adhi has handled the music department and his scores justify the movie's genre. Yet, his music could have been different as it seemed a mix of tunes from his previous films. While, UK Senthil Kumar cranks the camera and has made the movie very colourful. NB Srikanth has provided the cuts and it could have been more sharper.
In short, Kalakalappu 2, is a mindless laugh riot.