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Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Movie Review

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Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Nushrat Bharucha, Omkar Kapoor, Ishita Raj, Sunny Singh, Sonnalli Seygall
Direction: Luv Ranjan
Genre: Comedy
Duration: 2 hours 36 minutes

Story: Roomies Anshul (Kartik), Tarun (Omkar) and Siddharth (Sunny) are additionally close mates. They discover love all the while with Ruchika (Nushrat), Kusum (Ishita) and Supriya (Sonnalli), separately. Nonetheless, they perils of being in a relationship someone enough.

Review: The producers of Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 (PKP2) ought to sue the CBFC for beeping out parts of punchy dialogs in light of the fact that the lines happened to be prefixed or suffixed with cuss words. Five minutes into the film, there are about six be…eps that go about as aggravations. Come on Censors, the film is certified ‘A’ , then why good police things further? That separated, there is very little contrast between Luv Ranjan’s PKP2 and its prequel. The same logic – women nag , which is the reason men want to sh*g – is flagellated. There are a several LOL minutes in the first half, when the roomies at first discover affection.

Siddharth/Chauka gets himself attracted in to Supriya at a wedding in Meerut. She downs her whisky with half pop and half water. In any case, before her guardians, she imagines that she’s a vestal virgin! Anshul/Gogo falls snare, line and sinker for Ruchika/Chiku. She’s a rich bimbette, a la Veronica from Archie funnies. In any case, this one cries and wails. Tarun/Thakur ends up loving a shrew called Kusum, who is ascertaining. So overstated is the petulant part of her character, it irritates.

What’s appreciated similarly as these bimbettes go is that they have jealous figures and they fill in as breathtaking beautiful sight. In any case, despite their hot bodies, hey lag way behind as actresses. Rather than being substance n-blood characters they wind up being lipstick-n-hotcake cartoons.

The fellowship between the young men seems to be valid as does their claustrophobia around their ladies. The redeeming quality, in the not really sharp second half, is a seven-minute monolog done by Gogo, where he clarifies, regardless of how hard you attempt, you can never satisfy a lady! What’s pitiful is that the quarrels between the men and their girlfriends lose steam as they are horribly misrepresented, repititive and immature. In all reasonableness, this film may reverberate with some masochistic sorts who like taking a whipping in affection. Or still others, who just enjoy a few laughs at the cinemas each week!

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