The Fukras are back and don’t disappoint at all, in fact, it’s one of the better comedy movies we’ve had this year.
First of all, it’s not necessary for you to watch the first part in order to connect with the story of these fukras which begins exactly after a year of the last one, cause the makers have cleverly given a recap of the first movie in the starting credits (We do suggest you watch it cause you shouldn’t miss a good movie).
The Story begins with Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha) struggling in the jail, as she gets caught by the fukra gang’s trap, held in the first part of the film. To get an early release, she cracks a deal with an infamous politician Babulal Bhatia.
She gets out and in a mood for revenge from the Fukra gang consisting Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha (Varun Sharma), Lali (Manjot Singh) & Zafar (Ali Fazal), who are happy living their lives selling Choocha’s dreams (As shown in the prequel).
How she plans to get her revenge and how her plan goes haywire and leads every one of them in trouble is what the movie is about.
Adding to the story is Choocha’s gift which now has gone from dreaming to seeing things in the near future, or as they say it down west getting premonitions.
Varun Sharma aka Choocha, this time again is the star right from getting dreams to premonitions and thereafter he’s just amazing.
He and his unique antics and expressions deservedly have more screen space than others in the film. The director has banked on the asset which he was sure will bring fruitful returns.
Pulkit Samrat and Pankaj Tripathi are second in the line of having important roles in the movie. Both excel with their characters but what comes as a pleasant surprise is Pankaj Tripathi’s out of the world comic timing, which keeps on giving an amazing experience to the viewers.
Richa Chadha retains the swag and is as badass as she was in the first one. Her unconventional chemistry with Varun Sharma shines brighter in this one taking forward the dreamy pair of Choocha-Bholi.
Ali Fazal and Manjot Singh, unfortunately, have got a very little to showcase but they don’t disappoint with whatever they do. Vishakha Singh & Priya Anand have very less to offer in this one as compared to the first one.
Mrigdeep Singh Lamba as a director has done full justice to his role and the movie and also has packaged the story in the most entertaining way possible.
The Music and background score is also good and compliments the film very well.
Bringing a sequel to a hit comedy film is always difficult, but this one makes you laugh throughout the duration of the movie and surely achieves what other sequels fail to do.
All in all, Fukrey Returns is a good comedy film and with movies like Tera Intezaar and Firangi in the theatres this one surely becomes a must watch this weekend.
We give it 3.5 stars with a Kink. And Brownie Points for Pankaj Tripathi’s comic timing and Mrighdeep’s direction.
The Fukras are back and don't disappoint at all, in fact, it's one of the better comedy movies we've had this year. First of all, it's not nece...3.5