Truly lives up to its name. Bheja Fry 2 will fry your brains and make you cringe in pain. A loud applause for director Sagar Ballary for unearthing a revolutionary way to export torture techniques to our enemies across the border. Bheja Fry (2007) was genuine, fun, and unpretentious. It’s predecessor, however, fails miserably and leaves its loyal fans extremely disappointed. In all the excitement of creating a sequel packed with comic splendor, somehow somewhere the storyline, plot and even the punch lines eventually got lost.

Vinay Pathak returns as the irritating income tax officer Bharat Bhushan. With a vintage song for every conceivable situation & his obsession with being always prepared, Bhushan irks the corporate fraudster Abhay Talwar (Kay Kay)( and later even the audience). It’s a cat and mouse game that could have really brought some laughs. IT officer and self obsessed singer Bhushan wins a cruise from a game show. Lecherous Talwar evading IT officials lands on the same cruise as Bhushan and hatches a plan to get rid of Bhushan. Talwar is also after Minissha who’s aboard the ship and assists Bhushan. Meanwhile, Bhushan also has a crush on Minissha.  Interestingly, in this entire mish-mash Bhushan seems to be enjoying himself thoroughly and the first half of the movie is enjoyable courtesy Mr. Bhushan and Talwar’s comic capers.

Unfortunately, the entire episode takes a steep downhill path after the break. Bhushan & Talwar are stranded on an island and somehow Bhushan’s capers get so irksome, annoying and repetitive on this deserted island that it will have you yawn in protest and wonder when you too can escape this. 

Suresh Menon plays Bhushan’s friend (and is the smarter IT officer of the two) & they share a few good low brow comic scenes including one in which they have a North-South verbal showdown. Minissha Lamba, although looking quite voluptuous as the hot executive, is stiff and uncomfortable. Amole Gupte enters at the point when you just can’t stand Pathak anymore and only adds to your agony.  

The music is average. The story, dialogues and comic relief all get lost on the island. So unless you’re into torturing yourself, avoid this mindless Bheja Fry!

[Rating: 1.5]

Avneet Ghai

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  1. Saurabh

    June 18, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    Well, the only thing which is perfect about this movie is its name…They could not name it better than this..This is one of the worst films I have seen in my life…The film gives you sooooo many reasons to think that y r u watching this???and to think that u have so many important things to do, or that u could utilize that money on many things..I wont tell u the story because I dont think there was any story..But one by one I would give u the description of all the masalas which make an indian movie…First of all, the script..Truly speaking the storyline really needs a super ordinary brain..There was nothing in the story and the movie kept on flowing like captain crook namak..Dialogues were so ordinary and pathetic that it feels they have been stolen by a kindergarten.. Acting is still ok barring Viany Pathak who has crossed lines of over acting..The story moves without any plot like a comedy movie but the difference is that there is no comedy here..Vinay Pathak gives u the worst headache of ur life and makes u feel that after a week of torture at office the worst was still to come..The supposedly comedy war of words between Vinay and his friend Suresh Menon is straight from a primary school..In the whole movie Vinay keeps singing like a lunatic owl, he is so disgusting and boring that u feel like punching him if u get a chance to go inside the screen..The only respite is kay kay just because u can relate him with urself as he is the one getting tortured to death..As if all this torture of not enough, the director shots at u one more weapon of disgust..I forgot the name of this guy but he is the ‘masterji of Stanley ka dabba’…He plays the role of a loner who loves jungle life and is the lone resident of the island in which these guys are stuck..He gives a strong competition to Vinay and u really can’t give any of them a second spot..They both will torture the shit out of u and u suddenly feels that even the most boring person u cant stand in ur life is so very much interesting…Guys, this movie can make u bald and that too with ur own hands…Pls dont watch this movie and show ur protest towards such boring movies..I really think such movies should be banned from releasing or the cencor board should tag a warning note with it ‘ Watch at ur own risk’ or ‘It is suicidal for ur brain’ ..

  2. Puneet Kejriwal

    June 20, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    absolutely pathetic.. another one of the bad sequels without any proper storyline just trying to promote the whole movie on vinay pathaks acting rather an also having a complimenting storyline to do justice to his talent.. unlike the first part, the movies story is quite boring and doesnt live up to its title. the first part was hilarious with the movie actually frying the brains of the actors with the audiences laughing their guts out, the second part seriously manages to fry the brains of the audiences leave aside being funny.. the movie just goes on in a tempo that leaves audiences expecting that now the movies humour will pick up and create interest, but that expectation never gets fulfilled.. instead, it just gets more boring and dissapointing in the second half..

  3. nimesh keyal

    June 20, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    you are really right…please dont watch this movie…Its very very booring…..

  4. Deepa

    June 20, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    It was really difficult to bear the movie’s torture. Vinay Pathak – you ruined your career BIG time.

    Viewers should seriously think about this –

    Make a mindless zero-budget film and you get the same ticket booty as a blockbuster. THIS IS A SCAM. Something should be done about it.

    Lets talk to BABA RAMDEV. He might agree for another ANSHAN (hunger strike) to salvage people who still havent seen the mess.

  5. naman

    July 8, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    i came out of the hall before interval

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