Fukrey 3 has been released in cinemas today. If you’re planning to watch this film for some laughs and entertainment, here’s what you should know first.

Fukrey 3 Movie Review

The story continues from Fukrey 2. The Fukra gang, led by Choocha, is involved in small ventures using Choocha’s dream-reading powers and making some money. Meanwhile, a naive Punjabi girl has entered politics. She needs to contest in elections and seeks the help of the Fukra gang to gather a crowd. However, Hunny Choocha suggests competing against the innocent girl. Following this, the gang is sent to South Africa by Bholi to participate in the elections. To find out what happens next, you’ll have to go to the theater.

Movie Experience

In simple words, this is a fun film that keeps you entertained in its own style. The first half is quite enjoyable, filled with funny dialogues that will make you laugh a lot. You won’t feel like leaving your seat during the first half. The second half is slightly weaker, with fewer jokes that hit compared to the first half. More emphasis is given to social messages in the second half, but overall, the film maintains its essence and respects its franchise, which Fukrey gang has been famous for, over the years.


Varun Sharma, known as Choocha, is the soul of the film and has done a fantastic job in his unique style. Seeing him on screen will surely make you laugh. He truly is the hero of the film, and there’s no doubt that Fukrey franchise owes much of its popularity to Varun. Pulkit Samrat fits perfectly in the role of Honey, as always. He is a significant part of this gang, and this is evident once again. Pankaj Tripathi has nailed the character of Pandit Ji. His role has been expanded, and this also adds to his growing stature in the industry. Manjot Singh shines in the role of Lali. Richa Chadda, playing Bholi Punjaban, has a limited role this time and her character seems a bit weaker.


Mrighdeep Singh Lamba has directed the film well, though in the second half, more attention could have been given to comic punches. The grip on the story is excellent in the first half. The second half feels a bit loose. Perhaps they could’ve balanced the social message with more comedy.


The first part had a superhit song like ‘Ambarsariya’, but there’s no such song here that you’ll remember. The music is average.

In conclusion, watch Fukrey for entertainment…if you haven’t seen 1 and 2, watch them as well. A recap is shown here for those who haven’t seen them.

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