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Judwaa 2

Judwaa 2

29 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 30 mins
154,415 votes
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Raja and Prem - the iconic Jodi from Judwaa 2 are back after 20 years. Superstar Varun Dhawan, who is known for his comic timing, is set to entertain audiences through this rib-tickling comedy that promises to be an all-out family entertainer. Setting the temperatures soaring are two of the hottest actresses - Jacqueline Fernandes and Taapsee Pannu, in a never-seen-before avatar. The plotline of the film being directed by the master of comedies, David Dhawan, promises Double The Fun, Double The Entertainment. The laugh riot is set in Mumbai and in London and the twins create confusion in both these worlds only to save the day in the end. Presented by Fox Star Studios, Judwaa 2 is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and is set to release on September 29.
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Verdict: Avoid unfair comparisons and just have fun. Remakes of classics, especially comedy classics, can go either way - a great film to remember or straight up hazardously wrong. The remake of the Salman Khan starrer Judwaa (1997), Judwaa 2, is neither end of the extreme, which just goes to show that the movie has []... ...Read full review
When you enter the movie hall for this outing, remember to let your hair down and guffaw because from the opening scene itself you`re familiar with the tropes. David Dhawan who has made three dozen vacuous comedies, with an enviable success ratio. ...Read full review
Fun, fresh, light and easy on the senses, Judwaa 2 delivers on what it promises a massy entertainer. David Dhawan the king of the 90s blockbusters reinvents himself to appeal to the popular culture of 2017 and gets immense help from his son in making this Salman Khan film his own. ...Read full review
The film starts off with the age-old formula of twin children being separated at birth after their father (Sachin Khedekar) exposes a kingpin and his nefarious racket. The two children grow up to become Raja and Prem (both Varun Dhawan). ...Read full review
Since Judwaa was an unapologetically slapstick comedy of errors, and the goal of this new release is to cash in on the recall value of that brand, it could have been safely assumed without visiting a theatre today that director David Dhawan would not go all cerebral on us with Judwaa 2. ...Read full review
That Judwaa 2 is a reboot of the original Judwaa is well known. That Varun Dhawan has loud comic chops is also well established. The question was always going to be: is the new version the gag-a-minute laugh-out-loud comedy that it promises to be? ...Read full review
Watching Judwaa 2 is like taking a Salman Khan appreciation class. His presence looms large over every single frame of the remake - sometimes in anticipation of catching a lucky glimpse - a hankering that only grows as you witness Varun Dhawans dedicated impersonation of the star. ...Read full review
Judwaa 2 is a reboot of David Dhawan`s 1997 hit Judwaa. For those who are unfamiliar with the story, identical twins Raja and Prem were separated at birth, thanks to the bad guy, Charles. So while Prem grows up in London, Raja grows up in aamchi Mumbai. ...Read full review
Salman Khans Judwaa (1997) wasnt a great film, but it has nostalgia attached to it. This is why most of us were keen on seeing how close Varun Dhawan gets to Salman in Judwaa 2. He doesnt disappoint. The film also entertains without making a demand on your mental faculties. However, your ability to watch it twice or not will depend on your appetite for slapstick. ...Read full review
With his quirky antics and unstoppable charm, Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan never fails to impress moviegoers. But, this time with Judwaa 2, the 30-year-old hunk has big shoes to fill. However, while watching the movie, I also realised that it was a big litmus test for filmmaker David Dhawan too. So, is the movie worthy enough to lighten the wallet? Well, let`s find out! ...Read full review
Remakes and sequels invariably come with a big risk of ruining experiences of cinegoers. Fortunately, Judwaa 2 doesnt come across as one of those horrid remakes that just couldnt live up to the original and made people wonder why the filmmakers even bothered. Instead, this remake maintains the benchmark. ...Read full review
There is a lunacy that makes a David Dhawan movie a David Dhawan movie. The nineties, a time when Hindi cinema was shrugging off melodrama and villains, let Dhawan`s madcap cinema flourish. Dhawan, a trained editor, made harebrained farce with immediacy and economy; the reason we didn`t think about how little a David Dhawan movie made sense was because each successive scene tickled us enough not to care. ...Read full review
Judwaa 2 starring Varun Dhawan is a remake of the Salman Khan hit Judwaa from 1997, which itself was a remake of the Telugu film Hello Brother starring Nagarjuna from 1994, which incidentally, was inspired by the Jackie Chan film Twin Dragons from 1992. ...Read full review
You have to give it to Judwaa 2 for managing the unthinkable. Barely 10 minutes into the film and I was irritated, craving the original Judwa (1997), and thinking how good Salman Khan was, once upon a time... ...Read full review
The 90s are back and its not pretty. Once again, heroes are macho, leering Casanovas who make show-stopping entries, heroines are cheerful bimbos who heave and thrust in all directions, villains are strapping bombs to bodies and we are hearing dialogues like He will take your daughter for a ride. Mooh maar ke chod dega. ...Read full review
Talking about the performances, Varun has tried hard to fit into the shoes of Salman, however, the time fails him. He literally imitates Salman`s style in certain sequences, notably when he says `Prem Malhotra`. While Salman`s antics were funny then, the same comedy and body language make you roll your eyes now. ...Read full review
Remakes are almost certainly not as good as originals. Judwaa back in 1997 was pure guilty pleasure. The sequel (purportedly the remake) featuring Varun Dhawan, isn`t the gold standard in David Dhawan mayhem, but it is still a fun film. Packed with gags nineteen to the dozen, this film proves that the Judwaa concept and comedy or errors never get old. ...Read full review