A comedy of errors wherein four men help each other to fool their prospective father-in-laws creating a cascade of confusion and mayhem.

Director:

Sajid Khan

Writers:

Tushar Hiranandani (screenplay), Sajid Khan (screenplay) | 5 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Akshay Kumar ... Sunny
John Abraham ... Max
Asin Thottumkal ... Henna (as Asin)
Jacqueline Fernandez ... Bobby
Riteish Deshmukh ... Jolly aka Jwala (as Ritesh Deshmukh)
Shreyas Talpade ... Jai
Zareen Khan ... JLo (as Zarine Khan)
Shazahn Padamsee ... Parul
Mithun Chakraborty ... JD aka Jagga Daaku
Rishi Kapoor ... Chintu Kapoor
Randhir Kapoor ... Daboo Kapoor
Boman Irani ... Batook Patel
Johnny Lever ... Vishwas Patil
Chunky Panday ... Aakhri Pasta (as Chunky Pandey)
Malaika Arora ... Bar Dancer / Anarkali / Sarla / Hetal
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Storyline

Housefull 2 is about the Kapoor family. Daboo and Chintu are brothers but they hate each other to the core. Even their wives and daughters hate each other. Both claim that they are going to get the richest son-in-law for their daughter. Aakhri Pasta, a marriage counselor, brings Jai's parents to Chintu, but Pasta says the wrong things and Chintu abuses Jai's father, who suffers a heart attack. Jai seeks revenge, which turns into a comedic disaster. Written by Housefull lover123

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The Dirty Dozen


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In the climax a duplicate Prince Charles is shown. See more »

Goofs

During the fight between Akshay and John, suddenly Akshay enters from some other side. See more »

Quotes

Jolly 1: Why are you tiring yourself?
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Crazy Credits

When the Nadiadwala Grandson logo appears, the song "Tu Na Jaane Aas Paas Hai Khuda" theme from the film Anjaana Anjaani (2010) is heard. See more »

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References Sholay (1975) See more »

Soundtracks

Anarkali Disco Chali
Written by Sameer
Produced by Sajid Aliand Wajid Ali
Performed by Mamta Sharma and Sukhwinder Singh
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Full of stars and flaws..
8 April 2012 | by eh5963-297-967354See all my reviews

I've always seen Sajid Khan shout out in interviews that he does not make movies for critics. I respect that. I feel every fimmaker should make a film that pleases them and the audience and not for reviews. However, that does not mean they should take their audience for granted. Sajid does just that in this flick. I wasn't a huge fan of Housefull but still I found it enjoyable. I walked in the theaters expecting just a normal entertainer and what I get from this film is a lot of unanswered question.

Why exactly do the Kapoors even hate eachtother? How is that Akki-John, Asin-Jaquelin become friends again that quick? How do people not know Mithun's past despite him being one of the riches people of the UK? And that too in this high technology wikipedia-google age? Why does John continue trying to con Randhir Kapoor if he wasn't the one they were suppose to con?

The story is intended to confuse the viewer. That is okay but it's very flawed.

Mithun all the sudden turning into a goon again is ridiculous! I mean, are we idiots?

I feel Sajid needs to go past these done to death identity confusion movies. David Dhawan and Priyadarshan have mastered this. I do feel Sajid is better than this. He showed that in his first film Heyy Babby.

Writing is weak. Music is alright. Papa toh band bajaye is good.

His direction is good but needs work on script. Dialogue is first rate, however. A lot of questions come and go unanswered. That is the writing at fault. Sajid needs to do films with a plot instead of this crap. Heyy Babby still remains his best film.

Akshay Kumar is good. Still, his comedy is just not the same anymore. John is good. Ritesh is alrite. Shreyas is okay.

Randhir, Rishi and Mithun are great actors and do their job but needed better roles.

Asin is wasted. Rest are okay.

Overall - A disappointment that is a decent pass time but still is the worst of Sajid's films.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

5 April 2012 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Casa plinã 2 See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

INR450,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$847,132, 8 April 2012

Gross USA:

$1,791,780

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$24,922,847
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