Actors of the film Hungama 2: Paresh Raval, Ashutosh Rana, Mizan Jafferi, Pranita, Shilpa Shetty, Rajpal Yadav, Chiku Talsania, Manoj Joshi
Hungama 2 movie director: Priyadarshan
Hungama Movie Rating 2: 1.5 stars
Hungama 2 is touted as Priyadarshan’s “return” to Hindi films after 8 years. As well as Shilpa Shetty“comeback” after 14 years. In neither case, for completely different reasons, this is good news. The film is stale wine in an old bottle, and the actress is receiving harsh attention for reasons that have nothing to do with the film.
Those who are familiar with PriyadarshanRussian broad comedies know that there is no limit to the loudness and obviousness with which vaguely familiar plots are shot. Everything screams about the scenery, whether it’s a country movie or something in the city. Decibels are set to high-high-high. In his best films, such as Virasat, colors are reminiscent of precious stones; in others, it can hurt to cheerfully abandon basic shades.
Hungama 2, a Malayalam remake of the original Minnaram game, gives us characters that continue to appear in Priyan’s universe. The patriarch (Ashutosh Rana) constantly barks at his son (Mizan), who is going to tie the knot, and he, in turn, must solve a difficult problem in the form of a young woman (Pranita) and a child. A cuckold wannabe (Paresh Raval) is very suspicious of his much younger and more attractive wife (Shilpa Shetty). A potential father-in-law (Manoj Joshi) appears, and a few random decent people enter and exit the storyline at will, without batting an eye either to them or to us, because this is a Priane comedy and no one is wasting. looking for meaning at any time.
If the action was limited to the colorless characters played by Mizan and Pranita, the film would not be the opening film; both compete for emptiness, and the former wins without difficulty.
Only a couple of people keep you from running. Ashutosh Rana perfectly copes with the role of a soldier, who, in turn, turns out to be strict and stupid, with a thick walrus mustache in the foreground. And Shilpa Shetty looks as surprisingly slim as before: her jatkas in Chura Ke Dil Mera are amazing, although in reality you will never buy her strange pair of jodi with Paresh Raval. The latter, a Priyan staple, feels just as comfortable here as it does in all of its performances, even though the films themselves are firmly built on a diminishing returns curve.