Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 movie review: Tabu towers over everyone in this Kartik Aaryan-Kiara Advani retread

The cast of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Kartik Aryan, Tabu, Kiara Advani, Rajpal Yadav, Sanjay Mishra, Ashwini Kalsekar
Director of Bhol Bahlia 2: Anis Bazmy
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 movie rating: 2 stars

There is a maze in Bhol Bahlei 2, which is never satisfactorily resolved. How do the many, many people who inhabit it, young and old, and those whose age is not determined out of courtesy, relate to one another? Even Monjulika, the ghost, who’s back 15 years from the reel—really picking up where he left off, skipping lost through a brutal, dimly lit haveli—might struggle to sort this puzzle out.

This is not the exit Anis Bazmy He wants you to strain your mind too much. The patriarch, chacha, bhatija, bhabhi, behen, etc. are really there to kill some Rajasthani utterers and an impressive amount of Bengali among them – when they are not being terrorized by the Monjulika themselves.

Tabu is the centerpiece of the family, an impressive centerpiece to make, and they royally stand out from the crowd and are versatile. Even the blood-soaked confrontation with the ghost does not prevent her from appearing in another pure sari. The heat of Rajasthan does not seem to affect many velvet options.

You ask where is Kartik Aryan and Kiara Advani feature? Since I asked, well, aka Roohan is the kind of son of a Delhi-educated businessman who, without a job, takes off to fly kites in Gujarat and eats paan in Benaras as fancy takes him. Such a carelessness one day brings him to her, aka Rhett. She’s the kind of rich girl who would rebel against her traditional family to study medicine, and then never think of “four years of hard work.”

Rohan and Rhett meet at a snow-covered tourist spot, and after a brief tour of a music festival populated almost exclusively by white men and women, they become such good friends that when she decides to play the dead – the man chosen for her as her fiancé would marry her sister instead. plays along. Rohan, in fact, not only reaches the large Haveli, inhabited by Mongolica in Riet, secretly withdrawing her because she is officially “dead”, but also deals not only with Mongolica but also the souls of all the dead villagers. The reason was that the villagers would undoubtedly fall for his lie that he was a medium with extraordinary sensory abilities.

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Don’t go expecting any light touches, or any pretentious music like the first part. Aside from Monjulika’s white-faced, tall, taut look, and black dress, there are frequent jokes at the expense of an overweight and hard-to-hear deceiver child, casual disrespect towards an old woman who has just died, gross abuse of ass, and Rohan’s heterosexual sexism.

The comedic parts only offer temporary relief, especially since the jokes are always the same as the unfortunate four, who seem to exist just for that purpose. And it’s only funny because some of the good actors play some of their worst roles here.

Despite this, Kartik Aryan, who appears to have just walked off the set of one of his previous films, has his hair never combed, and vanity unbridled. the film. On the other hand, Kiara Advani doesn’t have much to do except show up now and then.

The biggest laughs come from the kind of subtle swipes you wouldn’t expect in a Bazmee movie. naive calling customers “achche din aane wale hain”; And then, while running up and down the haveli in one of the hunts for headless chickens, he throws: “Hum leke rahenge.” It stops there, but everyone gets the joke. If the movie only got it: Less is more.

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