|Cast||:||Ajith Kumar, Parvathy Omanakuttan, Bruna Abdullah, Vidyut Jamwal, Sudhanshu Pandey, Manoj K. Jayan, Ilavarasu|
|Music||:||Yuvan Shankar Raja|
'Billa 2', a prequel to Ajith's earlier hit 'Billa' is a stylish flick that talks about how David Billa, the don emerged. 'Billa 2' is a heady mix of raw action, deadly chases and revenge knots. Ajith carries the burden on his shoulders to deliver goods. More a serious role with no tinge of humor, it is indeed a complex character ably handled by Ajith. He has very little to speak in the movie and lets his gun do all the talking. Director Chakri Toleti has tried to ensure that the brand Billa doesn't suffer anywhere and carefully woven a story with logic behind characterizations. The rise of a Lankan refugee into an international don is what the story is all about. The movie is technically rich thanks to R D Rajasekar's cinematography, Selva's art and visual effects. The movie predominantly occurs in three places - Rameswaram, Goa and Georgia. Rajasekar has captured these places in different colors providing the right feel. David Billa (Ajith) is a refugee from Lanka who seeks shelter at a camp in Rameswaram. An angry young man, David Billa raises voice against injustice meted out to the asylum-seekers by officials. Meanwhile a conspiracy is hatched and David Billa is forced to do a job for a businessman with a motive to get him in trouble. But he accomplishes the task with utmost ease and soon comes across the underworld. From here he starts climbing the ladder with his contacts after every assignment that he completes. He eventually meets Abbasi (Sudhanshu Pandey), an underworld don in Goa. Billa helps him out in a deal and wins his favor. For one of Abbasi's deals Billa goes to Georgia where he meets a ruthless international don Demitri (Vidyuth Jamwal). They get acquainted that creates a rift between Abbasi and Billa. A challenge is thrown by Billa to Abbasi and he starts building his own empire, which eventually results in Billa crossing swords with Demitri himself. The bloody battle begins in Goa and ends in Georgia.