The trio reunites in the UK and they fall in love, become involved with a nightclub, and have to face up to the challenge of a local don.

Director:

Sangeeth Sivan

Writers:

Jasvinder Bath (screenplay and dialogue), Lynda Deol (story)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dharmendra ... Dharam Singh Dhillon / Dharam Oberoi / Yamla Baba
Sunny Deol ... Paramveer Singh Dhillon
Bobby Deol ... Gajodhar Singh Dhillon / Prem Oberoi / Q. Oberoi
Neha Sharma ... Suman Khanna
Kristina Akheeva ... Reet Khanna
Annu Kapoor ... Sir Yograj Khanna
Johnny Lever ... Bunty
Sucheta Khanna Sucheta Khanna ... Babli
Aidan Cook ... Einstein
Anupam Kher ... Joginder Armstrong / Dude G
Brian Woodward ... Man in Black
Mukul Dev ... Gyani
Gurbachan Singh ... Akhtar Miha (as Gurbachchan Singh)
Manjit Singh Manjit Singh ... Ajay Singh
Amit Bathija Amit Bathija ... Harry Johal

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Storyline

The trio of Dharam (Dharmendra), Paramveer (Sunny Deol) and Gajodhar (Bobby Deol) reunite, this time in the UK. Paramveer opens up the "Yamla Pagla Deewana" club and crosses paths with with Dharam and Gajodhar after their last visit to Canada. Now, the trio are back with double the fun, double the action, with the presence of a fool (Johnny Lever), and double the romance, with Suman (Neha Sharma) and Paramveer's love Reet (Kristina Akheeva). Written by Soumitra

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80% of the movie shoot was completed in England during 2012. In January 2013 the remaining 20% of filming was due to be shot in Banaras & Varanasi in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Director Sangeeth Sivan became fascinated with the beauty of Mandav and Maheshwar in the state of Madhya Pradesh, so the location was changed to this part of India. The first movie had also been shot in the same state. See more »

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When Bunty and Babli go to attack the shop keepers. Babli dressed in a black cat suite has nail extensions on her hands which she uses to scratch one of the shop keepers. When they report back to Joginder 'Dude G' Armstrong, Her long nails are no longer visible. See more »

Alternate Versions

UK TV Premiere shown on the Rishtey channel cut some of the fight sequences from the Television version. Paramveer beating up the Men in Black sequence was cut heavily. This was due to the fact the film was shown early on in the day. See more »

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Follows Crazy Mad Lover (2011) See more »

Soundtracks

Sadi Daru Da Pani
Performed by Toshi Sabri & Sucheta Bhattacharya
Rap by Rahul Seth
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Its Upto you To Judge What Went Wrong...Poor Writing or Bad Direction Or BOTH !!!
8 June 2013 | by jaydeep-subhashisSee all my reviews

When you have a hit movie and you want to make a sequel to it, I think the responsibility even gets bigger as you are drawing more anticipation and attention than the previous one. And that to when its comedy then it becomes even tougher to match up to the standard which the production team had set and the audience had liked about. The last installment of the Hangover series failed miserably from critical point of view due to this reason and I strongly feel Certain films should not run behind the rage of making sequels to a successful prequel. The sequel to the 2011 hit YPD, this Papa-Sons triple combo this time tries too hard to please the audience. Apart from a handful of humorous scenes rest of the film suffers from over the top writing, flawed screenplay and inclusion of some unnecessary characters and props (the orangutan). Due to the lacklustre screenplay the movie even feels too long. Actingwise Papa dharmendra's comic timing is good but again his amazing persona is trapped in a blemished screenplay resulting an undignified portrayal of a superstar and legend.Total fault of the writer and the director. Hands Down... Sunny Deol did what he could do and succeeds in certain scenes. But the disappointing element was of Bobby who hardly impresses with his acting or comic timing. A versatile actor like Bobby who is already trapped in a string of flops had nothing to do and such careless is the writing and unfunny the dialogues are I thought the character was never meant for bobby deol.

The two girls shows some promise particularly Neha Sharma and Kristina Akheeva looks breathtakingly beautiful but needs to brush up her acting skills.

Anupam Kher is the biggest mistake of the movie and he is there to give you a migraine. Sir, Are you running out of movies?? Why did you say yes to a role which never holds the stance of your name or even image.

Perhaps the only saving grace of the movie is its music which has already hit the chartbusters. Deols must thank the Music directors for keeping the chances of the movie at the box office alive despite so many faults and flaws visible all over it.

To wrap up my view I would say If you are a die hard fan of the deols and love the melody of YPD2, then go for it. Otherwise You can wait for the World Television Premier which I don't think will take much longer.


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