Dream Girl 2 (2023)

Dream Girl 2, the follow-up to the 2019 hit by Raaj Shaandilyaa, is back on the scene. Remember the quirky conflict where Ayushman Khurana changed his voice to sound like a woman and navigated through a bunch of crazy situations? Well, get ready for more of that hilarity, but this time with a twist!

In this sequel, Ayushman is at it again, and it seems like the gang’s all here with most of the actors reprising their roles. The result? Ayushman’s life gets turned upside down once more. If you thought the voice-changing bit was funny, wait till you see him transform into a full-fledged woman!

It’s like the filmmakers thought, “Hey, the first one was a hit, so why fix what ain’t broken?” The dialogue is comedy-packed, reminiscent of the good ol’ Comedy Circus days. But, let’s be honest, who needs a strong story when you’ve got tons of laughs, right? If you’ve ever fantasized about a longer version of the Kapil Sharma show making its way to the big screen, Dream Girl 2 might just be your dream come true.

So, here’s the deal in this sequel: Karam and his dad are knee-deep in debt, and to top it off, Karam’s head over heels for Pari, a lawyer. When Pari’s dad drops by to discuss marriage, he discovers Karam’s financial mess and gives him an ultimatum – make a boatload of money if he wants to marry Pari. What ensues are Karam’s wild and wacky attempts to make the moolah.

But let’s get real, as a comedy franchise, Dream Girl 2 goes all-out on the crazy scale, sometimes giving Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 a run for its money in terms of absurdity. You’ll notice a bunch of jokes from the first movie recycled: Annu Kapoor’s hilarious impersonations and Karam luring unsuspecting dudes over the phone. Sure, some jokes stick the landing, usually at the expense of someone’s age, body, or mental state.

But here’s the thing – amidst the comedy, the film doesn’t hold back on throwing in a disclaimer upfront about LGBTQIA+ representation. Yet, it doesn’t particularly single out any specific group; instead, its arch-enemies are logic, good taste, and the art of comedy itself.

Dream Girl 2 has an ensemble cast of fine actors – from seasoned pros to those trying a bit too hard. Ayushman totally nails his dual role as “Karam” and “Pooja.” Manjot brings the laughs, while Abhishek barely gets any screen time to make an impact. Paresh Rawal, Seema Pahwa, and Annu Kapoor back Ayushmann up with their acting chops. Quick shout-out to Vijay Raaz and Rajpal Yadav – it’s high time they got more interesting roles! Same goes for Asrani – he is wasted. Ananya’s character could’ve been so much more, but she ends up as a mix of small-town charm and city coolness.

When it comes to the tunes, the remix version of “Dil Ka Telephone” is the highlight. Chereography ? Decent, but nothing that’ll blow your mind.

In a nutshell, Dream Girl 2 sticks to its tried-and-true formula, occasionally straying into downright goofy territory. Despite some solid performances and hilarious moments, it falls a short in capturing the quirky magic of the first movie.

Had there been no cinema, then this SharmaJiKaLadka would have died long ago. Out of food, sex and cinema this guy would always choose Cinema even if he would die virgin due to starvation.
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