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Fukrey Returns (2017)

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Just out of jail, a don is ready to get back at the four friends who conned her.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Pulkit Samrat ... Hunny
Manjot Singh ... Lali
Ali Fazal ... Zafar
Varun Sharma ... Choocha
Priya Anand ... Priya
Vishakha Singh ... Neetu Singh
Pankaj Tripathi ... Pandit (as Pankaj Tripathy)
Richa Chadha ... Bholi Punjaban
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pallavi Batra Pallavi Batra ... Receptionist at Hotel
Purnendu Bhattacharya ... Brijmohan
Monsoon Boruah Monsoon Boruah ... Tibetian Daughter
Aman Chaudhry ... Lawyer
Vijay Kumar Dogra Vijay Kumar Dogra ... Bank Executive
Mahesh Gahlot Mahesh Gahlot ... Priya's Father
Mayank Gola Mayank Gola ... Student In College
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Storyline

After sending Bholi Punjaban in jail Fukrey Boys Hunny,Choocha,Zafar and Lali are doing well their success in life still depends on Choocha's dreams.A frustrated Bholi is in jail since a year and cant arrange for her bail as her criminal activities have stopped and there is no source of income.Bholi contacts minister Babulal Bhatia to bail her out in returns Babulal tells her that she should pay him 10 Crore within 10 days of her release or else on 11th day she will be back in jail.Bholi tracks Hunny,Choocha,Zafar and Lali and tells them as they were responsible for her arrest they should arrange the bail amount by opening a fraud finance company which will benefit them as well as the people.But Babulal plays a part and puts the company into losses.Fukrey Boys now are on the run to save their lives from Bholi as well as the people who have invested in the company. Written by alex.mjacko

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Hindi

Release Date:

8 December 2017 (India) See more »

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Fukrey Returns is a slog and dumb movie.....
8 December 2017 | by fillerruthSee all my reviews

To want to run off a sequel is understandable. What doesn't make sense is to make this return such a slog. The actors are (more or less) the same. But the situations are so tired and contrived, and so relentlessly juvenile that there's nothing that even such capable hands as Richa Chaddha and Pankaj Tripathi can do, to retain our interest. In the original, there was at least an attempt at creating a somewhat realistic Dilli 'clony', with its grinning local louts, and lover- boys making eyes at neighbourhood heartthrobs across cramped balconies, 'nonk-jhonk' happening on terraces, and guys going by the name of Choocha (Sharma) and Hunny, not, please note, Honey(Samrat), Lalli (Singh) and Zafar (Fazal), who speak the street lingo with conviction, and who try pulling off small cons while waiting for something better. And a lovely, lilting song, which was so much better than the movie: I don't think you can hear "Ambarsariya" without wanting to join in. The other thing that kept the Fukrey boys from sinking was that they were endearing despite being all too familiar. There was an innocence about them even when they were being annoying. We liked them, and wished them well, especially when they fell into the clutches of the fearsome Bholi Punjaban (Chaddha), who had a motor- mouth full of abuse, and schemes to rip off the 'aam aadmi.'

This time around, Bholi has a lot more screen time. This gives Chadda loads of opportunities to slink around wearing leopard skin leotards and deep pink hoodies. Our four fellows are up against Bholi again, but this time she has troubles of her own in the shape of a greedy neta (Gupta), who, like a good Dilliwala, has his eyes on land and cash. If not madly original, this sequel could have been some amount of fun, and you can see it in tiny bits when Chaddha and Tripathi are vamping it up. But it starts to pall right from the start. And the crassness begins to get tiresome: bare butts are bitten by snakes, a guy peeing is both seen and heard, and everyone roams around, for some inexplicable reason, in the Delhi zoo, without a clue as to what to they are doing, patting tiger cubs (yes, that's right), and listening to the big cats snarl. If they could, the tigers should have sued.


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