Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 movie review: Kartik Aaryan show trapped in a weird comedy that is neither entertainment nor panic! (Latest Exclusive)

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 movie review: first bourbreja Released in 2007, the film is a supernatural-themed comedy psychological thriller that grapples with blind faith and superstition surrounding ghosts. Maybe it speaks of our time, its sequel, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, which not only replaced most of its cast and director, but also refused to be the fare of propaganda superstition.But the manufacturer prefers that I see Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 As a separate story, even if it keeps killing your nostalgic nerves for the original. So let me judge this “sequel” directed by Anees Bazmee and written by Farhad Samji (eyes rolled for the first time), and that’s it. And disappointed in an independent way, while I’ll show more eyeballs up front! Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani visit Gurudwara Bangla Sahib in Delhi ahead of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 release.

in a similar setup DDLJ (Second glance) Ruhan Randhawa (Kartik Aaryan) meets Reet Thakur (Kiara Advani) while both are on vacation somewhere near Manali. Ruhan told Reet to miss her bus to the village so they could attend last night’s party. Rhett, who was married to someone else, agreed. In a twist of fate, the bus they were supposed to be on crashed and all the residents were killed.

Reet’s family in Bhawanigarh, Rajasthan, believe she is dead. The third eye, because no one bothered to go to Manali to confirm her body. Reet drags Ruhan to her ancient palace to make sure her wedding is called off, when her family confronts Ruhan, he claims it was Reet’s ghost that brought him there, she wants everyone to move to their old house inside. The problem is that the mansion has been haunted by another ghost called Manjulica. So when Ruhan becomes the village’s Rubaba due to his deception and a little luck, the spirit explodes and seeks revenge for her imprisonment.

Watch the trailer:

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Not an exact sequel to the 2007 film, but more of a spiritual successor that retains the name – film and spiritual, Rajpal Yadav, the best song of the two earlier films (The title song itself is a copy of the K-pop song “O Pritam!”) doesn’t make the first movie the charm of a decent watch. It sounds ridiculous and has a script that requires any logic to make a huge toss like Manjulika did with the tables around the palace. And my eyes kept rolling so much that I feared that I would not be able to see my retinas for the rest of my life.

Look, I’m pretty foolish to expect some sense in a script that seeks humor in fat-shaming and sexist jokes (knock, knock! Who’s there? It’s 2022 and it wants you to grow up, po Hollywood!), or the fact that none of the characters showed any intelligence. These comedies have a fan base based on the on-screen laughter I watch, but I’m a die-hard fool who refuses to lower my sense of humor just because the producers want me. Call it a stubborn habit of watching better comedies in the past. Why, even Anees Bazmee’s early comedies feel like masterpieces compared to what he’s serving here.

walking down the path of memory, Manidara is one of the best Malayalam movies and still continues to be loved by audiences.No remake can reproduce the magic of the original, but bourbrejaThe director of Priyadarshan (who was the unit director in the original) made a decent remake despite this, though it places more emphasis on the comedy than the psychological horror aspect, and Akshay Kumar felt the cast was wrong compared to Mohanlal (but funny enough). still, bourbreja At least know what’s good for comedy and what’s not.

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Just don’t know where to draw that line.

The comedy is so hilarious that the troika of Rajpal Yadav, Sanjay Mishra and Ashwini Kalsekar anger them with their uninteresting antics. It’s all the more annoying when the comedy spills over into the horror scene, leaving behind this horror comedy of real horror, even in the so-called serious ending, Kartik’s full “Ami Je Tomar” in Arijit Singh’s voice. The ghost makeup feels like an homage to the Ramsay monster, which never helps, and isn’t a nice guy! Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2: Kartik Aaryan’s first look sparks hilarious meme as netizens compare it to Akshay Kumar’s original.

In this ridiculous frame, trapped some very charming actors, like their characters in a haunted house. At least, Kartik Aaryan seems happy with his role. The actor is channeling the spirit of a young Akshay Kumar, and the veteran star is now trying to pretend to be Aaryan’s age in some of his films. Kartik has charisma, charisma, and charisma, and he’s put considerable effort into infusing that charisma during the proceedings. If you love him like a star, then you can enjoy his antics. If not, then don’t bother!

Pretty Kiara Advani is amiable in her role, even though it’s more of a mushy part. The only part of her character that stands out is when Reet directs Manjulika (not a spoiler, since it’s in the trailer, like many of the movie’s other “twists”).

As for Taboo, I’m sure the two-time National Award winner loves to prank critics and admirers like me into reading while we write “The Taboo Deserves Better.”Or maybe she does like to do scary things, but then Hawa, Golmar again Now Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, can someone really show her a better script in the genre? The rest of the cast – Rajpal Yadav, Milind Gunaji, Sanjai Mishra, Amar Upadhyay, Ashwini Kalsekar and Rajesh Sharma – are either hollow or ham.

postscript: SPOILER ALERT ahead (but this is more for Malayalam audiences), but at the same time Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 may cast itself as a standalone sequel, which is actually very similar to Gitanjalifollow-up Manidara. Those unfortunate enough to watch the Malayalam sequel know that chasing dramas is a terrible inspiration. In fact, the main plot twist – borrowed from a 2007 Thai movie – also applies to Bollywood movies. Quite simply, if your movie has a mystery about identical twins, one of which is said to be dead, guess what?


– Kartik Aaryan

– many versions “Ami Jay Tomar(there are Shreya Ghoshal versions, Arijit Singh versions, Twins versions, Father versions…they just squeeze a lot out of their best, borrowed songs). The magic is still there. I keep humming this song when I While still annoyed by where it’s placed.

Do not!

– Comedy is OTT and ghosts are not scary at all

final thoughts

If you’re totally in love with Kartik Aaryan and can laugh at a scene where a ghost smashes Rajpal Yadav like the Hulk did with Loki the Avengersthen congratulations, you may be Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. For the rest, the film is a seemingly endless maze of absurdities and gimmicks that drive away any good humor and spooky thrills.

(The above story first appeared on 5/20/2022 12:24AM EST in The Latest News. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, check out our website nearest .com).

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