The couple, Manu (R. Madhavan) and Tanu (Kangana Ranaut), have been married for four years and one and one can see cracks in their marriage.
Tanu now finds Manu too boring and he thinks she is too demanding. Tanu moves back to Kanpur from London and tries living her old bohemian life. In the meanwhile, Manu moves to Delhi and there he meets a Haryanvi athlete Kusum (Kangana Ranaut), who resembles the woman he once loved. Manu falls in love with her lookalike, Kusum.
In all of this, walks in Tanu’s former beau Raja (Jimmy Shergill), who once again adds spice to the already interesting plot.
What happens next forms, the later part of the film.
It goes without saying that Kangana Ranaut is excellent in both her roles that are dramatically opposite, R. Madhava is sweet and loving as ever and the rest of the cast it just perfect.
But the film, according to me belongs to Manu’s best friend Pappi (Deepak Dobriyal), who is first rate. He is one actor who generates the most laughter. He is endearing, loveable and cute. What’s commendable is that fact that even though he does not have an author backed role, he outshines and how.
Director Aanand L. Rai and his writer Himanshu Sharma have proved that they are a team to recon with.
While, Aanand has a command over emotions and relationships, Himanshu has written the film with a lot of heart.
The film has the right pace and not even once does one feel that the narrative has been stretched.
This one is a total delight that keeps you laughing, crying, and guessing throughout.
All in all, Tanu Weds Manu Returns is like a laughing gas as it will makes you laugh through and through.
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Tanu Weds Manu Returns takes off from where the original Tanu Weds Manu ended five years ago. The couple, Manu (R. Madhavan) and Tanu (Kangana Rana...4.0