This is the time to enjoy and have a shared laugh in theater. The madness and exuberance of Yamla Pagla Deewana is back again. It is a fun filled film with comedy being its genesis and a reasonably well written script woven around to give audience a good time in the cinema halls. The mayhem starts with the premise of a father -son duo (Bobby Deol, Dharmendra) who are experts con men and a morally upright Son (Sunny Deol) who is against the business of treachery and cheat for which his family is always game for. Rest of the drama in the film arises from this simplistic funda only. However at the same time, the area where YPD 2 scores is that the film sensibly aims at what it can achieve and sets out only to do that; to create a certain kind of comedy on a consistent basis.
The first half of the film starts on an entertaining note and a variety of characters come into the picture to keep the crazy momentum going. On a funny note, this seems like an array of characters trying to keep the entertainment meter always high in the film and manages to do that in its basic sense. Of course those who aspire to see a more defined work in the context of a more composed movie will find a lot of weakness. For example, actresses have got nothing to do with the movie and the apparent redundancy in their characters makes it a cosmetic piece of work. It is perfectly justified perception, but at the same time they ought to remind themselves that YPD 2 is a funfare and never strives to achieve more than that.