Bheja Fry 2, directed by Sagar Bellary, is a disappointing and not-so-funny follow-up to the original 2007 comedy that starred Vinay Pathak as a bumbling tax inspector who inadvertently turns the tables on a man intending to make a laughing stock out of him. In the new film, Pathak reprises his role as Bharat Bhushan, but the lovably dimwitted man-child has turned into an annoying oaf this time round.

The action unfolds on a luxury cruise and a marooned island in Bheja Fry 2, and Kay Kay Menon stars as the fraudster businessman whose turn it is to be mentally battered by our eccentric protagonist. Yes, Bharat Bhushan is still a fan of the golden oldies and breaks into an evergreen track at the drop of a hat. But you have little patience for his idiosyncracies now, which have gotten stale.

Joining the cast is Amole Gupte who plays a mad photographer on the island, and Suresh Menon who takes the part of Bhushan’s colleague, an earnest tax inspector investigating Kay Kay Menon. The laughs are fewer, the jokes less funny, and the set-up entirely familiar. Vinay Pathak succeeds in delivering a few moments of genuine comedy, but for the most part good actors like Kay Kay Menon and Amole Gupte are wasted in this lazily-scripted mess.

I’m going with one-and-a-half out of five for Bheja Fry 2. The original film, although entirely plagiarized, had a charming innocence to complement its outrageous humor. This one is dead dull, and a total waste of two precious hours.

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3 Comments

  1. moviefreak

    June 19, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    totally agreed…. v disappointed wid d movie…!!

  2. Joel John

    June 19, 2011 at 9:08 pm

    need to get in touch wid you regarding a book.

    Thanks

  3. movie freak

    June 22, 2011 at 12:57 am

    yah….it was totally a pathetic movie…….i wonder y these directors dont think a proper story line before starting with the shooting of the movie…….i wasted my 200 bucks for this silly movie….

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