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Om Shastri, a recession victim comes to India to sell his ancestors property to clear is debt. On reaching he comes to know that selling the property will make his family homeless in India. Later he is kidnapped by goons thinking a rich NRI.
A conman Roy, gets dumped by his girl-friend. Then he finds out he has a fatal disease. On the verge of death, he resolves to do some good, by helping his apprentice Dittu hoodwink the mobster who hurt his (Dittu's) family.
In order to pursue his dream of becoming a singer, Income Tax Officer Bharat Bhushan, decides to compete in 'Aao Guess Kare", and dramatically not only wins Rs.25 Lakhs, but also a 3-day luxury cruise. Attracted to his hostess, Ranjini, he embarks well-prepared for any eventuality, and is introduced to a number of fellow passengers. Out of these Ajit Talwar, Kapoor and their group are displeased when they find out he works for the Income Tax Department and bug his room in order to find out what he is really up to. Ajit then attempts to kill him but instead falls overboard. Bharat unknowingly throws up a life-jacket, while Ajit's goon pushes him overboard. The next day the duo wake up on an isolated island and Bharat makes himself virtually at home, starts singing old Bollywood songs much to Ajit's chagrin who is desperate to get back home in order to attend a meeting. Waiting for a quick rescue, the duo will be in for quite a shock when they find they are not quite alone on this ...Written by
After watching Bheja fry 1 I had high expectations for the sequel.Although it was a copy of a French movie,still it was a good one.However Bheja Fry 2 is a downer .Be prepared to douse your expectations in cold water.Firstly,its not exactly funny in the stricter sense of the term,may be once or twice it did bring a laugh or two.Otherwise its content may keep you mildly interested for a while.On the acting front Vinay Pathak is great as the bumbling,good hearted tax inspector.He is the only silver lining to this lackluster venture.May a good way to go and watch this movie would be to have very low expectations.You might as well enjoy it a little then.Otherwise don't waste your time and money.
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