Three RAW agents are killed in China. One of them is Inspector Yashâ€™s (John Abraham) best friend, Harish. But before dying, Harish leaves inspector Yash a clue indicating that something bigger has been set in motion.
Inspector Yash then updates RAW, and together with agent KK (Sonakshi Sinha), they discover that Shiv Sharma (Tahir Raj Bhasin), a low-level employee of the Indian Embassy of Budapest, is handing out details of undercover RAW agents like pamphlets on a street corner.
The thing that works in Force 2â€™s favour is pacing. In spite of a familiar story, the action sequences are timed perfectly and executed stylishly; there are no songs except for a recreation of Kaante Nahi Kat-te, which moves the story along. Most of the climax sequence is shot like a first-person shooter game which is a refreshing experiment.