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Hungama 2 (2021) Movie Review: A Satisfactory Drama but Could Have Been Better

A key factor that determines the success of a movie is whether or not it has enough emotional intensity to keep the viewers interested till the end. “Hungama 2” is a drama directed by Priyadarshan and it falls in the category of movies which are good but could have been much better. 

    The movie touches on social issues which are important for today’s society. There were some scenes that were really intense and made me feel sad, frustrated, and angry. 

    This was mainly because I saw how easily some people would give up on their dreams even if they were so close to achieving them. This blog post will review Hungama 2 Movie and will also discuss its pros and cons with you.

    Here’s everything we know so far about Hungama 2 (2021) Hindi Movie: 

    Cast and characters:

    Paresh Rawal - Radheshyam Tiwari 

    Shilpa Shetty Kundra - Radha

    Meezaan Jafri - Vivaan

    Pranitha Subhash - Naina

    Rajpal Yadav - Raja

    Ashutosh Rana - Arrog (voice)

    Tiku Talsania - Maribel (voice)

    Directed By - Priyadarshan


    Genre - Comedy

    Language - Hindi

    Release Date - 23 July 2021

    Hungama 2 (2021) Film Review

    Venky Atluri's bilingual comedy film Hungama 2 (2021) starring Paresh Rawal, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Pranitha Subhash and Meezaan Jafri is an alright film, despite the quirkiness. 

    The film is quirky to say the least, and despite some laudable attempts by Priyadarshan, this film is not going to impress a lot of people. 

    Written by Shaad Ali and Priyadarshan, the film starts with Tiger Shroff's Badri, who plays the role of a music composer, is busy on a flight to Dubai, with his music video. 

    What follows is a series of events where he meets a dancing girl, played by Pranitha Subhash. He is captivated by her beauty and finds himself lusting for her. They then engage in a chat and it takes them time to get comfortable with each other.


    Hungama 2 is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Priyadarshan and jointly produced by Ratan Jain, Ganesh Jain, Priyadarshan and Umesh Bisht. The film is a sequel to Priyadarshan's 2013 comedy film, Hungama, and it features Pranitha Subhash and Meezaan Jafri in the lead roles. 

    The movie is set in Mumbai and it tells the story of the unconventional love story of Naina, played by Pranitha Subhash, and Vivaan, played by Meezaan Jafri. 

    Shilpa Shetty Kundra makes a comeback to acting after a long break with a brief but effective appearance in the film. Anurag Kashyap, who directed Vikram Batra biopic, Manmarziyan, makes a cameo appearance in the film.

    The Film's Plot

    Hungama 2 is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Priyadarshan and jointly produced by Ratan Jain, Ganesh Jain, and Mukesh Bhatt. It is a sequel to the blockbuster comedy film Hungama, which was released in 2000. 

    Meet Vivaan (Meezaan Jafri), a simple, nice guy and a lover of all kinds of music. And Jai (Isha Koppikar), a womanizer. Over the years, they are more-or-less strangers, but then get to know each other, and this begins a journey of love. 

    A highly stylized love story about two people, their friendships, love and music, who are drawn together by the mysteries of life and the power of music, yet their paths may not cross again. Music & BGM The song “Tada Ho Gaye Saathi” is directed by Jim Corbett.

    The Performances

    Besides Khan, the other performers are equally well suited. Apart from her, it is also heartening to see Sonakshi Sinha back in an out of favour role. Her presence elevates the feel good factor of the film. The supporting characters too stand out and are good. 

    Unfortunately, the film itself fails to fill the gaps in the story-telling. The Background Score Everything works in Hungama 2 and that includes the background score. In fact, the entire film feels like a tribute to ‘90s movies. 

    The songs of the film too work to an extent, but unfortunately, the background score falls flat. The Last Word Hungama 2 is an entertaining film that could have been much better. It is a fresh story with a social message but fails to satisfy.

    The Direction

    'Hungama' (Joy) is the film's central character. Played by Adil Hussain, he is an entertainer who takes his audience through his life, revealing various sides to him and making the audience fall in love with him. 

    'Hungama' has humour, romance and quite a few situational jokes along with a story which is amusing and humorous. There are times when a film-maker wants to tell his story but in a manner that the story will work on an emotional level and he doesn't want to make it a comedy. 

    That is what Priyadarshan has done in Hungama 2. We are only amused. There are scenes which seem like sitcoms with some 'surprise twists' which leave you a bit taken aback. The film has its heart at the right place but as a piece of entertainment, it fails to impress.

    The Composition and Background Music

    Every song in this movie has been well-composed and composed and an excellent job has been done in choosing the right tune. As mentioned before, the movie has a sense of humour. The songs and background music do not give the right mood for the feel-good movie. 

    However, none of them are in order to give the feel-good factor in this movie. The story of Hungama 2 is the core of this movie and the film revolves around the life of a small-time photojournalist named Preetam. 

    The plot has a familiar structure and we come to know Preetam from his childhood. Preetam has a father, who teaches him the values of life. When Preetam comes to know that he will die soon, he makes all attempts to have a luxurious life in his last days.

    The Cinematography

    Hungama 2 is beautifully shot and while the film is set in the suburbs of Mumbai, the attention to detail goes a long way in making the story come alive. The cinematography of the film is adequate and accentuates certain situations and visualizes certain characters in a certain way.

    Even the low key music of the film works well with the narrative. The film’s editing is good but fails to give that extra spark that a thriller needs. Also, the way the film is structured, there is no room for a climax which ultimately hampers the film. 

    It looks like it is written with a different purpose in mind and then it is recut and then edited just to fit the requirements.

    What I Liked

    The first thing I noticed about Hungama 2 is how it blends both the elements of romance and comedy at the same time. It is an effective mixture, but it could have been handled in a much better manner. The pace of the film is perfectly in sync with the tempo of the movie. 

    I like the direction of the narrative, which is straightforward but leaves room for the audience to finish the film in no time. Advertising Hungama 2 also has many takeaways, which are not even mentioned in the summary of the review. 

    It also offers a refreshing change of scenery, as it goes back to the rural part of India. The film also has an interesting tale that is narrated in a natural way. What I Didn't Like The film could have been better.

    What I Didn’t Like

    The film begins with a discussion of its title in the narrative and it is the high time that such farcical film titles are taken back and dumped. Not that I am knocking the idea of it but how such trite titles affect a film. 

    This starts with the subplot about her parting with her boyfriend and travels to her past relationships which get short shrift and are no longer part of the main plot. While this may be intentional, it is not so much of a problem because it does not ruin the film but it does add to the laugh factory.



    Hungama 2 is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Priyadarshan and jointly produced by Ratan Jain, Ganesh Jain, Onir, Priyadarshan and Jyoti Subramanium. 

    The film stars Paresh Rawal, Vijay Raaz, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Meezaan Jafri, Pranitha, Rajpal Yadav, Johnny Lever, Ashutosh Rana and Tiku Talsania in the lead roles. 

    The overall plot of the film is set in Varanasi. Raja (Rajpal Yadav) is a journalist with a leading daily newspaper and he decides to go to Varanasi, the holy city of Benares to write a story on an old man who once worked as a bodyguard to a politician. 

    There, he comes across a flamboyant brother-sister duo, Vivaan (Meezaan Jafri) and Naina (Pranitha), and he instantly falls in love with Mili.