[P]yaar Ka Punchnama 2 repeats its history of pure fun and entertainment!
Filmy Digest -> The first part of the movie was a sleeper hit, achieved unexpected success, so naturally now without a thought the second part will attract attention.
But the question here was whether it will recreate the fun of its prequel or not.
The answer is, it not only recreated but in fact doubled up the fun dose, its not funny, its funnier.
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FilmyPluses -> High entertainment dose, Good performances, A film that makes you laugh in the whole 136 minutes trip that even established star cast and makers of comedy films aren’t able to provide! [/EXPAND]
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FilmyMinuses -> Basically a youth film so might not be liked by all [/EXPAND]
Filmy Full Review
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The makers remain the same, directed by Luv Ranjan and produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Panorama Studios Production, and so does the movie feel.
The makers made sure that entertainment touches a higher level this time.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The amount of entertainment wasn’t quite sure from the trailers because everything seemed similar to the first part, girl bashing, the epic problem speech, relationship fuss and formulas.
It seemed somewhere that the movie will have nothing new. But as they say, conclusion based on assumptions is a bad thing. This movie proves that.
The story is commonplace and predictable carrying the same funda as its prequel, that love kills. It’s the script that takes the movie to the next level, reassuring that it’s the screenplay that matters the most in the film.
One knows whats going to happen but still the movie doesn’t lets you out of its grip. This zone is created with spontaneous and ultimately wonderfully written dialogues by the director himself, with connectivity of situations, with striking a chord with the audience where they can relate situations from their real life, with energetic and lively feel to the film, with the actors performances and last but not the least the epic 8minute long problem speech.
Where Kartik Aaryan and Nushrat Bharucha from the prequel increase the movie interest and involvement, the fresh actors were a must to add newness to the film and every actor has his or her role in making this film completely worthwhile.
Kartik Aaryan is back with his problem speech and this time its over the top ultimate. Hats off to the actor for his performance, expressions and for making every dialogue so enjoyable.
Sunny Singh as Chauka is such a surprise, in some scenes he completely steals the show from the other two boys. It was a complete treat to watch him perform so naturally and freely. Omkar Kapoor as Thakur is good, a little stiff in body language but a dude for sure who acts decently as well.
Sonalli Sehgall as Supriya is decent in her role. Ishita Raj as Kusum is nice and effortless. Nushrat Bharucha is lovely with her cheesy girl act and totally pulls of her role with her expressions and dialect of an lovey dovey irritating chick. If this girl irritates you, then she certainly did her part well (wink).
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The music is peppy and songs nicely placed in the film. The popular song from the first part, Kutta makes for an ultimate background score.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
When a movie offers out and out entertainment, even when its seen before sorts, its predicable and its common, that one film doesn’t needs any words from us to make you go watch it.
Just get up and go! [/EXPAND]
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