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Fukrey Returns

Fukrey Returns

08 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 11 mins
144,028 votes
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Fukrey Returns' picks up a year later from where it ended. Having enjoyed the spoils of war they had so audaciously waged, the Fukras are now at crossroads with their past, which is about to decide their future. Bent upon a merciless payback, Bholi Punjaban is back and all set to take the Fukras on a deadly ride!

Even a city, as geographically varied as Delhi is not large enough for them to design a well-defined escape trajectory. Unaware of how they're being master minded by a certain head honcho, the Fukras are on the run again!!

Are the four Fukras going to play out their cards carefully? Will Choocha's God gifted power come to their rescue? In this furious yet hilarious cat and mouse chase, who will have the last laugh?!
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Verdict: Finally a Bollywood sequel that lives up to the expectations. Four years after the release of Fukrey and its success party, the four fukras have returned to the theaters and they promise a fun filled 2 hrs and 11 minutes long ride. Fukrey Returns has retained the exact same cast as the previous movie []... ...Read full review
Just as Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha (Varun Sharma), Lali (Manjot Singh) and Zafar (Ali Fazal) are reaping the fruits of their misadventures from one year back; they are pulled up by the dreaded don, Lali. She is back from prison early and wants to continue from where they left off. ...Read full review
Fukrey Returns, unlike most of the other sequels, carry forward the story where the gang left in the prequel. Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha) is in jail, the fukra gang consisting Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha (Varun Sharma), Lali (Manjot Singh) & Zafar (Ali Fazal) are happy living their lives selling Choochas dreams (As shown in the prequel). ...Read full review
Director Mrighdeep Lamba is back with `Fukrey Returns,` a sequel to the most surprising box-office hit of 2013, `Fukrey`. The coming-of-age comedy film dealt with the lives of four good-for-nothing college students who come together to earn easy money, but instead get into the trap of local lady goon, Bholi Punjaban. ...Read full review
Filmmaker Mrighdeep Singh Lamba is back with a rib-tickling comedy-drama Fukrey Returns. And the best part about this sequel happens to be the fact that even if you haven`t seen the first part, it`s perfectly okay. ...Read full review
The Fukrey boys - Hunny-the looker (Pulkit Samrat), Zafar-the thinker (Ali Fazal), Choocha-the dreamer (Varun Sharma) and Lali-the sidekick (Manjot Singh) - find a reason to spread chaos once again after Choocha`s newfound gift for clairvoyance, Deja Choo, triggers talk of treasure. ...Read full review
The cast, which was impeccable in the previous venture, is led down by a sluggish narrative this time around. More so, Richas Bholi Punjaban loses the spunk- partly because of her character detailing and partly because she tries too hard. While Chucha is the star character, Hunny, Zafar and Lali, too, deliver a decent performance. ...Read full review
Call it what you will - deja vu or deja choo - it is written all over every single frame of Fukrey Returns. The film is unable to shake off the effects of the law of diminishing returns. It`s more of the same but with markedly less impact. ...Read full review
Hunnny, Chuchcha, Zafar, Laali and Bholi Punjaban are back. They are as nutty as they were the first time we met them in 2013s sleeper hit Fukrey produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani. Back then, however, the refreshing naturalness with which Mrighdeep Singh Lamba portrayed them and the directors own evident understanding of middle-class Delhi were good enough reasons to forgive that thoroughly enjoyable film its slightness. ...Read full review
Fukrey, a 2013 film about a bunch of feckless Dilli fellows who fall afoul of a foul-mouthed female don, and some random layabouts, was an unexpected success. To want to run off a sequel is understandable. What doesnt make sense is to make this return such a slog. ...Read full review
Its a familiar set-up. Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadda) is out of the jail to make life difficult for the four boys who conned her in the original, Fukrey (2013). They are still in the lottery business, thanks to Chu Chas (Varun Sharma) prophecies and Honeys (Pulkit Samrat) unique calculation technique. ...Read full review
Fukrey Returns kickstarts with a musical recap of what unfolded in the predecessor and takes us a year later. You see Choocha indulging in some weird `naagin` dance in his dreams with Bhooli Punjaban`s `kaali naagin` (Richa Chadha). On the other side, there`s Hunny (Pulkit Samrat) who wants to do some French kissy-wissy with his flame Priya (Priya Anand). ...Read full review
Nobody is going to call Pankaj Tripathi a star, but when someone can carry a film all by and for himself, then what is he if not a star? Because if there is any reason to watch Fukrey Returns, it is him. ...Read full review