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Movie Review: Judwaa 2 | Judwaa 2 movie review – Bollywood News in Hindi

Even though the audience’s preferences have evolved to a great extent over the years, most of the audiences still don’t mind watching irrational but entertaining masala comic films. Judwaa 2, too, is one such film which is definitely a kind of advocacy cinema to ‘leave your mind behind’. So will this film succeed in laughing, or will it fail in its endeavor, let’s review.

Judwaa 2 is the story of the fun adventures of two twin brothers who are separated at birth. Rajiv Malhotra (Sachin Khedekar) meets the wicked Charles (Zakir Hussain) on a flight and helps the authorities get him arrested. And just then, Rajiv’s wife Ankita (Prachi Shah Pandya) gives birth to twins. Charles is arrested at the hospital, where Ankita gives birth to his twins and he picks up one of the twins and runs away. Rajeev and Ankita realize that due to some circumstances one of their children has died and they move to London with their other son. And this son becomes Prem (Varun Dhawan) who grows up to be a very shy and humble person.

which can be easily disturbed. On the other hand his brother Raja (Varun Dhawan) grows up in Mumbai’s Versova area and he is quite the opposite of Prem – bold, flamboyant and impossible to harass. However, Raja is in trouble when he fights with Alex (Viven Bhatna) and badly injures him. Alex is incidentally the son of Charles and he is also quite evil. As a result, Raja and his uncle Nandu (Rajpal Yadav) flee to London to escape. On the flight, he meets Alishka (Jacqueline Fernandez) and the two fall in love with each other. On the other hand, Prem starts dating Samaira (Taapsee Pannu), who learns music from him. But as soon as they reach London, strange things start to happen to Prem and Raja. Twins suffer from a strange problem – if one feels pain the other feels the same pain and both repeat each other’s actions depending on the distance. And then funny and interesting incidents happen one after the other. What happens next, and how this madness unfolds, will be known only after watching the rest of the film.

Judwaa 2 is the reboot of the original Judwaa and those who have watched the original will know what to expect. However, the makers have twisted some parts and moreover, set the story in London to give a fresh and grand touch to the film. The opening part tells how these twins separate and how Raja saves him from the oncoming train, quite nicely.

Filmed from. Raja’s entry is whistleblower and his actions add to the humor in the film. The entry of Samaira and Alishka also takes the film to a different level. Though the film looks a bit sexy and has many butt-slapping scenes and Prem forcing Samaira to kiss, some viewers will find it silly. Not only this, Prem smooching his future mother-in-law (Upasana Singh) turns out to be a funny scene but again it creates mixed reactions. The positive side of the film is – the film also has a lot of laughing scenes which can take the house on its head. And that scene is Pappu Passport (Johnny Lever) creating a scene at the London airport, Prem’s multiple meetings with Dr Lulla (Ali Asghar), the bathtub scene etc. Raja uses his methodology to narrate a sad story. After that, his phone ringing isn’t devoid of logic but sounds interesting despite being repetitive. But there are some scenes which do not work. Post-interval, misidentification results in it becoming tedious to understand Prem and Raja. But thankfully, the film picks up its pace again in the climax.

The story of the film is simple but still works for the intended audience. Yunus Sajwal’s screenplay is effective and entertaining. But in some places it could have been better, more imaginative, especially in the second half. Farhad-Sajid’s dialogues are one of the high points. these are both very good

Well known for playing with words and has made many films powerful. Judwaa 2 is also one of them.

David Dhawan’s direction is simple and simple, despite handling the plot related to mistaken identity. However at some places, he makes some mistakes and does not make any effort to rectify that mistake. The original Judwaa was better in many ways and more logical in many places. But, Judwaa 2 is completely irrational in many places, and falters. Also, in the end he strays to see the way Charles and Inspector Dhillon (Pavan Raj Malhotra) handle the characters.

As expected, Varun Dhawan delivers a strong performance. Varun seems to be in top form, the way he stirs up the entertainment with his witty style and dance moves is a sight to behold. He is reminiscent of Salman Khan and Govinda of the 90s, the madness they did. In today’s time, Varun Dhawan is the only actor who is doing such roles on screen and this is a huge plus point for him and for the film as well. Jacqueline Fernandez looks very hot and beautiful and when it comes to performance, she suits her role. While Taapsee Pannu suits her look a little less. She doesn’t look glamorous and moreover, she appears in Pink film mode, and talks like her character. Vivan Bhatna looks very attractive and plays a supporting role

do a good job. Sachin Khedekar and Prachi Shah Pandya are good Rajpal Yadav is funny and in some scenes, he seems to be showing tantrums. Upasana Singh does not suit. Ali Asghar is also a little more visible but it works for his character. Pawan Raj Malhotra has an interesting character, but after a while he is not used well. Anupam seems to be a number one but Atul Parchure is just fine. Manoj Pahwa (Sharfat Ali) fails to get the laughs, but Johnny Lever looks like a lot of fun. Rajat Ravel and Farhad (jewellery shop salesmen) are fine, while Vikas Verma (Rocky) doesn’t get much screen space. Salman Khan looks great in his cameo. Though the writer should have tried to be a little more imaginative for his cameo scenes.

The music of the film is good but not great. The songs of the original Judwaa are even better – ‘Chalti Hai Kya Nau Se Barah’ and ‘Oonchi Hai Building’. In the new songs, ‘Suno Ganpati Bappa Morya’ works to an extent while ‘Aao To Sahi’ is forgettable. Sandeep Shirodkar’s background score is very entertaining though. The vicious tunes used in Charles’ scenes will surely linger in the mind for some time.

The choreography of Ganesh Acharya and Bosco Martis is quite captivating and one of the highlights of the film. Ayanaka Bose’s cinematography is satisfactory. ANL Arasu’s action is very strong

And not the bloody ones that work for a film like this. Ritesh Soni’s editing is simple and Rajat Poddar’s production design is very grand and rich giving a good look to the film. The dress of the film is also quite attractive, especially the one worn by Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu.

Overall, Judwaa 2 turns out to be a good paisa vasool entertaining film despite all the pitfalls, shortcomings and stereotypes. At the box office, the film has the power to please the cine-lovers as it is a strong film. The audience has been deprived of a good film for a long time, now this film will make up for its lack.



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