Bheja Fry 2 (2011)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy
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Total Reviews: 21
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Review Summary: Am often asked about sequels... Do sequels ensure success?

Average Critic Rating: (2.17)
Cast: Vinay Pathak , Minissha Lamba , Amole Gupte , Kay Kay Menon , Suresh Menon , Rahul Vohra , Aditi Govitrikar , Virendra Saxena , Rahul Singh , Rukhsar
Director: Sagar Ballary
Release Date: 17 Jun 2011
Est. Box Office Collection: 10.3 CR

Plot: Ajit Talwar ( Kay Kay Menon ) is a business tycoon. The movie starts with an interview of Ajit Talwar in a News Channel. Ajit Talwar has a broad business unit. Ajit Talwar is married to Naina Talwar ( Rukshar ) but still Ajit Talwar is a womanizer who has Read more

Bheja Fry 2 - Top Reviews

Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
Am often asked about sequels... Do sequels ensure success?
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Cast:Vinay Pathak, Kay Kay Menon, Aditi Govitrikar, Amole Gupte, Minissha LambaDirector:Sagar Ballary'Bheja Fry 2', directed by Sagar Bellary, is a disappointing and not-so-funny follow-up to the original 2007 comedy that starred Vinay Pathak as a bumblin
Rajeev Masand, IBN 
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
When they say sequels don't work, they should use Bheja Fry 2 as a shining example. In spite of accusations of the original Bheja Fry being lifted from a French movie, the fact is it has raised a few chuckles
Bharat Bhushan (Vinay Pathak) the nerd of Bheja Fry 1 returns with all his irritating quirks. This time he has won himself a free trip on a luxury cruise and is determined to rock the boat for most of the revelers specially the tax evader tycoon Kay Kay M
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India

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Bheja Fry 2 - All Reviews

On the ship, after a string of oddball occurrences owing to a mistaken identity, Ajit Talwar and Bharat Bhushan wind up stranded on a deserted island. It is on the island that Ajit realises what a pain Bharat Bhushan is. His stupidity drives Ajit up the w
Bhavikk Sangghvi, Planet Bollywood
2010 was the ‘intelligent-small-film’ for Bollywood. We saw movies like Yeh Saali Zindagi create a buzz with the audience, and even Saat Khoon Maaf, which was written off by the masses created a niche for itself. 2010 and 2011 are also the sequel years, w
Roy Daniel D'Silva, Movie Zadda
Bheja Fry 2 has blemishes galore. It is nothing like its predecessor. It doesn't even evoke a faint smile.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
While the makers would want to believe they have an intelligent product centring on bizarre and daft protagonists', it ironically lands their film being inadvertently resembling the very same people -- brainless bummers.
Ankur Pathak, Rediff 
Bheja Fry 2 is not at all a worthy sequel to Bheja Fry. Since the film, designed as a comedy, does not create too much laughter, it will fail to make its mark at the box-office.
Bheja Fry 2 Movie Review Once again narrates the tale of the sweet, down to earth but kind of gulli...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
My character is the absolute anti-thesis of that of Bharat Bhushan and is totally irritated by him in the movie
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Sagar Ballary  Ishq Bector, Sneha Khanwalkar, Sagar Desai  Shree D, Sonny Ravan, Shakeel Azmi  Vinay Pathak, Minissha Lamba, Amole Gupte, Kay Kay Menon, Suresh Menon, Rahul Vohra and Aditi GovitrikarBheja Fry 2 Movie
Pankaj Sabnani, Glam Sham
You can safely give this one a miss. Watch this only if you want to get your Bheja fried.
Prateeksha Khot, Bolly Spice
 Crazy but enjoyable, recommended
Bharat Student
those off beat movie trails and trends. The movie has truly lived up to its name "Bheja Fry". A rib tickling comedy and yet another insight in the upper crest family turmoil.Rumors comment that movie is inspired by a French movie, yet Sagar Bellary to be
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Koel Purie Rinchet, India Today
ighly avoidable.
Kaveree Bamzai, India Today
You could skip it!
Komal Nahta, Koi Moi
First things first 'Bheja Fry 2' comes with high expectations but just about manages to pass muster when it comes to igniting the humour quotient. So while the film turns out to be an easy and comfortable watch, it isn't memorable on any count. Yes, there is a smile on for most part of this two hour story and there are three-four moments where you end up laughing uproariously. However, the entertainment here falls short with full throated laughter being intermittent.
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