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Hungama 2 is a 2021 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Priyadarshan and jointly produced by Ratan Jain, Ganesh Jain, Chetan Jain and Armaan Ventures. It is loosely based on director's own 1994 Malayalam film Minnaram with a different climax scene and is a spiritual successor to the 2003 film Hungama.It contains one scene remade from Priyadarshan's Vandhanam.The movie also has a thread of Jeetendra starer film Parichay (1972 film) , where 4 kids are scaring the wits of the then teacher prior to the arrival of Jeetendra as a replacement. The film stars Paresh Rawal, Shilpa Shetty, Meezaan Jaffrey and Pranitha Subhash. Hungama 2 marks the 2 comebacks of Priyadarshan and Shilpa Shetty to Bollywood after 8 years and 14 years respectively.
Hungama 2 premiered on 23 July 2021 on Disney+ Hotstar
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Paresh Rawal, Tiku Talsania, Manoj Joshi and Rajpal Yadav get back to the frantic, distraught world that Priyadarshan had evoked in Hungama in this spontaneous development to the 2003 satire. With a few new increments to the cast for organization, the previously mentioned entertainers and their chief endeavor to turn the clock back. They come a cropper.
Hungama 2, spilling on Disney+Hotstar, has come almost twenty years past the point of no return. Its wobbly plans have gone so stuffy that they deteriorate rapidly, abandoning a path of frivolities. Priyadarshan was once feted for the controlled lunacy of his comedies. Here, the lunacy is flawless. Control is obvious by its nonattendance.
The gags Hungama 2 weaves around a drill sergeant father who creeks straightforward, an envious spouse who makes a blockhead of himself and a young lady who shows up one fine morning with a kid searching for the child's supposed dad are deadened, slapdash and unfunny, aside from being absolutely out of sync with the occasions.
A lady with a child looking for a dad in a family ruled over by a hard disciplinarian is a such a last-thousand years plot gadget that the sorry exhibition of individuals going into a fit and going out of control because of the mother's cases is more funny than hilarious.
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Cast: Meezaan Jaffrey, Shilpa Shetty, Paresh Rawal, Tiku Talsania, Manoj Joshi, Rajpal Yadav, Ashutosh Rana, Pranitha Subhash
Rating: 1 star
Paresh Rawal, Tiku Talsania, Manoj Joshi and Rajpal Yadav get back to the frantic, distraught world that Priyadarshan had invoked in Hungama in this spontaneous development to the 2003 satire. With a few new increments to the cast for organization, the previously mentioned entertainers and their chief endeavor to turn the clock back. They come a cropper.
Hungama 2, spilling on Disney+Hotstar, has come almost twenty years past the point of no return. Its unstable details have gone so stuffy that they crumble rapidly, abandoning a path of frivolities. Priyadarshan was once feted for the controlled lunacy of his comedies. Here, the lunacy is unblemished. Control is obvious by its nonappearance.
The gags Hungama 2 weaves around a stickler father who streams straightforward, a desirous spouse who makes an idiot of himself and a young lady who shows up one fine morning with a kid searching for the child's supposed dad are deadened, slapdash and unfunny, aside from being thoroughly out of sync with the occasions.
A lady with a child looking for a dad in a family ruled over by a hard drill sergeant is a such a last-thousand years plot gadget that the sorry display of individuals going into a fit and going out of control because of the mother's cases is more funny than absurd.
Since this is a Priyadarshan parody, you half expect it be adjusted with a crazy pursue scene including every one of the key characters. Hungama 2 proffers just a mystery of what might have been a boisterous out of control situation of the sort that we saw that load of years prior in Hungama, Hulchul and Bhaagam Bhaag. It closes unexpectedly, leaving Rajpal Yadav hanging in mid-air in a freeze outline, prior to veering into a wedding where everything the situation doesn't exactly become ridiculous.
In the event that a hanging, unmoving comic entertainer doesn't summarize Hungama 2, nothing will. With the two its feet fixed immovably before, the film needs to be a snicker revolt. Furthermore, that turns out of the greatest joke.
Colonel Kapoor (Ashutosh Rana) is a resigned prison director who hasn't yet shed his jail superintendent persona. His more youthful child Akash (Meezaan Jaaferi) is good to go to wed the little girl of his dad's dearest companion Bajaj (Manoj Joshi). The arrangements for the wedding are tossed into disorder when a young lady named Vaani (Pranitha Subhash) arrives up at the cottage with a beautiful little girl and cases Akash is the dad of the kid.
That is the circle that Hungama 2 remaining parts caught in for its leftover two hours. Kapoor accepts the young lady and puts the onus on Akash to demonstrate that he didn't go the entire hoard with Vaani during their relationship in school. The dice is stacked against the person.
The film endeavors exceptionally difficult to sound contemporary - words and articulations like "aatankwaadi" (with regards to the naughty offspring of Kapoor's senior child), "ghuspaithi" (a reference to Vaani) and "baat infection ki tarah phail jayegi". On the most fundamental level, nonetheless, Hungama 2 is more quiet with its warm hug of the dull.
At the center of the messy satire is a thought that no longer holds water - when a film doesn't have substance, load it with foolish characters and peculiar sub-plots to liven things up. Nothing can be more regrettable information than a satire that is need of entertainment.
Hungama 2 banks basically on Paresh Rawal to infuse life into the procedures in the pretense of a legal advisor who presumes his better half Anjali (Shilpa Shetty, making a big-screen rebound following a 14-year break) of having an unsanctioned romance with a more youthful man.
Try not to ask how Anjali helps a living. It is proposed in passing that she is Akash Kapoor's own secretary however we have no chance of vouching for that in light of the fact that neither of them is at any point shown occupied with any sort of productive, conspicuous work.
Not that Radheshyam Tiwari the backer does anything either excepting putting a government agent camera at the passage of his home to watch out for Anjali's developments. His indignation isn't coordinated such a great amount at his appealing accomplice as at the men he suspects. He pursues them in and out of town on his bike. At the point when he thinks he has found the offender in the act, he sets off a chain of occasions that are clever for some unacceptable reasons.
For the key characters, nothing goes as arranged. The patriarch, a fanatic for structure, battles to conceal Vaani from Bajaj, Akash's eventual dad in-law. Akash attempts each stunt in the book - obviously, we are talking a book that lost its pertinence numerous years prior - to demonstrate that he isn't the dad of Vaani's youngster.
At the point when all else falls flat, Akash ropes in the family jack of all trades Nandan (Tiku Talsania) and a school bottle director Popat (Rajpal Yadav) to help him discover an exit from the wreck he is in. Be that as it may, all that he does explosions and grounds him in greater difficulty.
Isn't that what comedies are about - individuals mishandling and floundering as they try to get things all together? To that degree, Hungama 2 has every one of the essential pieces set up. Just, they are completely frayed at the edges and the jigsaw that they are a piece of is such an immature wreck that none of the cheerful shenanigans of Kapoor, Bajaj and Tiwari can rescue it.
Hungama 2 is the kind of film that render the exhibitions superfluous. This is notwithstanding the way that the cast has a few entertainers with demonstrated authority over comic planning. At the very least the actual film isn't coordinated right. Let us not anticipate the entertainers - who toss the whole caboodle in with the general mish-mash, from shameless nonsense and hamming toward one side to sentiment and feelings at the other - to transcend the material.
One feels frustrated about the youthful leads. Neither Meezan Jaffrey nor Pranitha Subhash are out of their profundity, however they are miserably tottered by a screenplay that gives them no help by any means.
A remix of the mid-1990s number Chura Ke Dil Mera Goriya Chali (including Shilpa Shetty, who additionally was in the first Main Khiladi Tu Anadi melody) isn't the lone return in Hungama 2. The film is tossed with different references to Bollywood motion pictures and lines of exchange of the past.
It organizes a routine intermission (performed by the two leads) that looks to repeat Sridevi's Kaate Nahi Katati Din Yeh Raat and Madhuri Dixit's Dil Dhak Karne Laga. It additionally makes space for an appearance for Hungama lead entertainer Akshaye Khanna. Obviously, the retro components are a finished waste, as inconsequential as the actual film.
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|Genre||Bollywood / Comedy|