Fukrey Returns Review
Fukrey worked majorly because of its simpicity and connect with the audience. Unfortunately when it comes to the sequel, its the poor writing which disappoints the most.
Pulkit Samrat plays it off well as the uber cool guy. On the flip side, Ali Fazal and Manjot Singh suffer from underwritten roles. Nevertheless, the boys put in best of their efforts.
The sequel lacks a heavy dose of 'Fukrapanti' but it's the lethal combo of Varun Sharma and Pankaj Tripathi that leaves you squealing with laughter...'Yeh hai paatake, kare dhaamake, Dekhe jo bhi mare taaliya'!
Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani with director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba have created a successful franchise, and there is ample scope to make a Fukrey 3, but this time, we hope it doesn't take them four years to do so.
The bromance between Honey and Chu Cha works initially and then turns out to be an irritating ritual. Between Fukrey and Fukrey Returns, Pulkit Samrat and his friends have lost their innocence and have become really dim-witted.
Fukrey Returns is a tedious 141-minute watch which is unfunny, unintelligent and repetitive.