Hungama 2 Movie Review: Those who said kicking the painful ball that least saw this Priyadarshan movie

Priyadarshan’s messed up comedy with Mizan, Shilpa Sheti, Paresh Rawal and Pranita Subhash interfering. The film will premiere on Disney + Hotstar.

Insight into the plot

Director Priyadarshan, known for his love of sizzling comedy, missed the mark with Hungama 2. Despite its chilling moments, the film is overshadowed by a wet cry at the end.

Not only were the revelations hastily suppressed into the final act, but they had also entered a field that was entirely at odds with anything found in the previous scene.

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Hungama 2 begins with Vaani (Pranitha Subhash) landing at Kapoor’s doorstep with a small child, claiming that this is the child of her beloved Akash (Meezaan).

Akash swears his innocence and enlists the help of his friend and partner, Anjali (Shilpa Sheti). However, Anjali’s husband, Radeshyam (Paresh Raval), misunderstands the situation and accepts that he has a relationship with Akash.

In adapting the script for Priyadarshan’s 1994 film Minnaram to Malayalam:

Yunus Sajaval had better update it for a generation. It’s 2021, the year of futuristic smartphones, and Akash tries to catch Vaani with a tape recorder. Even abusive attitudes towards marital rape have no place in the #MeToo world.

Hungama 2‘s wild divergence requires more than the desired end of suspicion. How strong is the love between Meezaan and Pranitha’s characters? Flashbacks show that the puppy is in love.

And at one point in the current chronology. He says that it wasn’t “Ghalib Wala gehra ishq (deep love written in verse)” but a bit of “gutargoo”. He hated them to the end, but that changed mysteriously.

As a strict discipline who vacillates between fear and stupidity, Ashutosh Rana is the star of Hungama 2. Meezaan and Pranitha Subhash are pretty good, and while Shilpa Sheti looks stunning and brings a lot of deduction in Chura Ke Dil Mera. She can’t achieve any effect otherwise . Paresh Rawal and Rajpal Yadav are Priyadarshan’s frequent collaborators.

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Hungama 2 is an unattractive combination of ancient tropes that mislead not only Shilpa Shetty, who returns to acting after more than a decade, but also Priyadarshan, who returns to Hindi cinema after eight years.

Talking about the starcast and crew performance

Ashutosh Rana is one of the only actors in the entire group who seems to have come straight from Priyan’s “Retro Movies”. Everyone lives in a movie that’s too funny to exist.

This one Meezaan Jaffery is Ranbir Kapoor if he can err. From the seemingly redundant dialogue presentation to the prolonged presence on the screen, Meezaan is not yet a good comedy.

Throwing out Paresh Rawal & Rajpal Yadav hurts more than how bad the film is. None of them gets a line or sequence that can justify their undisputed value in the film.

Manoj Joshi has put on his best performance in many Priyadarshan films before, but this is by no means the worst. Pranita Subhash doesn’t add anything significant to her half-baked character.

The music of the movie:

I wouldn’t think twice about calling this Priyadarshan’s worst attempt to make us laugh. His old films have a high repeat value, and I took at least three breaks from this one to finish it the first time—PM for about 150 minutes.

You stop worrying about the first 100 minutes and want it to end. The weak story and script clearly shows. That this is a rushed project that is not well planned.

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Like the dialogues, I don’t even remember the melodies of Anu Malik’s songs. What’s worse is that I don’t even want to hear them anymore. The delicate strings of trusting BGM Ronnie Rafael and his well-deserved effort to make us reminisce are overshadowed by the collective disillusionment about everything else.