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Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
Uday Shetty and Majnu Bhai have left the underworld, and are now big businessmen. Two women, Chandni and Maharani, enter their life. Chandni is the new love in Uday Shetty and Majnu's life and both friends dream of tying the knot with her. However, Appa - Uday's father, plays spoilsport by bringing in his other daughter, Ranjana. He tells Uday Shetty to get her married to someone from a good family. Maharani puts a condition that only after her sister is married, will Chandni will marry one of them. Now, a search to find a suitable husband for Ranjana starts.Written by
I wasn't expecting much from the film from the beginning however unexpectedly it did provided some fun time though the film had weak direction and weak story. The first thing I must say is that there is not much difference to see in this film from the predecessor,similar situations and very similar plot (though the first part was way much better). Let's start with the pros first Anil Kapoor and Nana Patekar did a fine job in portraying the characters of Majnu and Udai just like before. The film is pretty funny in second half and few dialogs are pretty cleverly written and have many amazing and beautiful locations. However still they were not able to fill in for the cons which include bad songs and some very unfunny jokes along with bad visual effects which by the way felt unnecessary. I was pretty disappointed with performance of Shruti Hasan as she did not stood out much and also with Paresh Rawal not getting more screen time and John Abraham's performance which yet again did not left a mark. The film doesn't make much sense and has pretty brainless plot I won't recommend this film if if you want something which makes sense however you can watch if you leave brain at home.
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