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Bheja Fry 2 (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 17 June 2011 (India)
A tax-evading businessman and an income-tax officer get stranded on an isolated island.


Sagar Ballary


Sagar Ballary (screenplay), Sharat Katariya (dialogue) | 1 more credit »


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Cast overview:
Vinay Pathak ... Bharat Bhushan
Kay Kay Menon ... Ajit Talwar
Minissha Lamba ... Ranjini
Rukhsar Rehman ... Naina A. Talwar (as Rukhsar)
Rahul Vohra Rahul Vohra ... Kapoor
Aditi Govitrikar ... Raveena Kapoor
Suresh Menon ... M.T. Shekharan
Kishwar Merchant ... Spanta Patel
Amit Behl ... Ravi Raj
Amole Gupte ... Raghu Burman
Virendra Saxena ... Viru Chacha (as Veerendra Saxena)
Rahul Singh ... Dharam Bharati
Mantra Mantra ... Mantra


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 rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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The heart-conquering simpleton

In my review of Anari, I had asserted that Bollywood's greatest showman, Raj Kapoor was most liked by the Indian audience in the role of the golden-hearted simpleton. Anari, Jaagte Raho, Teesri Kasam, Shri 420, Kanhaiya, Chhaliya, Deewaana; the list movies featuring him as a simpleton is quite long. And he conquered the hearts of the audience for good through them. Still these movies are considered as gold-plated, diamond-studded gems from the treasure of Bollywood cinema.

Times have changed. Now neither such quality movies are made in Bollywood, nor we have any Raj Kapoor with us. However, a few years back, one actor arrived on the scene of Indian cinema who is not only a versatile actor but also a perfect fit for the role of a clean-hearted, innocent simpleton. And he is Vinay Pathak. Vinay Pathak has, in fact, re-written some acting lessons through his natural and heart-winning performances.

In 2007, director Sagar Ballari presented a movie Bheja Fry featuring Vinay Pathak in the lead role of Mr. Bharat Bhushan, the straightforward (and fortunately for the income-tax payers, non-corrupt) income-tax inspector who's an amateur singer in his personal life and very fond of music. The story which mainly consisted of the witty and laugh-provoking interaction between Bharat Bhushan and the owner of a music company, Ranjeet Thadani (Rajat Kapoor) was a rip off from a french movie - Le Diner De Cons (1998) which means the dinner game. The amusing story which contained less laughters more ticklings, was applauded a lot with Vinay Pathak effortlessly winning the hearts of the audience.

Inspired by the success and admiration received by Bheja Fry, Mr. Ballari decided to make its sequel and it has come before the audience in the form of this movie. In this movie, Mr. Ballari, for a change, has not lifted the story from anywhere and used an original script instead. The novelty is that the movie has been shot on a cruise in the first half and on a desolate island in the second. And the change is that except Vinay Pathak, i.e., Mr. Bharat Bhushan, the hero, none of the characters of the prequel has been repeated in the sequel.

Actually, both the prequel and the sequel seem to be based on the concept of the collateral with two main characters of the story trying to outwit each other (or being helpful to each other). In the prequel, the clean-hearted income-tax inspector and music lover Bharat Bhushan was up against the oversmart music company owner - Ranjeet Thadani whereas in the sequel, he is crossing path with a cunning, tax-evading, womanizing and high-handed businessman - Ajeet Talwar (Kay Kay Menon). As a prize of winning the Aao Guess Karen contest hosted by a TV channel, he gets a paid holiday trip on a cruise and there he stumbles upon Ajeet Talwar who is already scared of the income-tax officials. In his bid to get rid of Bharat Bhushan by throwing him in the sea, he himself also falls into it alongwith Bharat Bhushan and both these gentlemen reach a desolated island to further interact and try to tickle the funny bone of the viewer. There comes a different track of Raghu Burman (Amol Gupte) too who listens to old songs on his antic radio and keeps on missing his separated sweetheart - Mahua. Bharat Bhushan stumbles upon his uncle (Virendra Saxena) too who has arrived the island to enjoy with a girl (being infidel to Bharat Bhushan's aunt). And the movie goes on aimlessly to fill its time-duration.

I have read several reviews of this movie, trying to prove as if the prequel was a masterpiece and the sequel, in comparison to that, is a disaster which is untrue. Neither the prequel was great, nor the sequel is a disaster. Its not at all a disappointment for the die-hard fans of Vinay Pathak who has infused life into the story (if we deem that some story is actually there) of the movie with his innocent mannerisms and he has been ably supported by Kay Kay Menon who is definitely an actor par excellence. The first half is thoroughly gripping and despite the dragging, the second half is also enjoyable at least for a few reels. Had the director reduced the time duration of the movie to around 100 minutes only by removing unnecessary tracks and characters, that shortened movie would have been a better one. It is entertaining, all the same.

Technical aspects, except editing, are OK. Background score is also OK. Songs are unnecessary and could have been done away with. It is more or less the show of the collaterals, i.e., Vinay Pathak and Kay Kay Menon who are just outstanding. The supporting actors have done well but there was nothing much to do for them. Characters like Rahul Singh, Rukhsaar and Aditi Govitrikar are no better than junior artists. And that again is the weakness of the director who failed in doing justice to many characters.

Still I recommend this movie to not only the fans of Vinay Pathak but also to the viewers who fall into the the category of the audience of clean-comedies. This neat and clean and overall entertaining comedy is manifold better than the crap made by David Dhawan or Anees Bazmee in the name of comedy as well as many over-hyped movies of Priyadarshan.

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