Dream Girl 2 Movie Review: The much-awaited comedy, romantic, and drama film is a sequel to 2019’s Dream Girl. Along with the past star casts, the makers replace Nushrat Bharucha with Ananya Panday and also team up with the versatile Paresh Rawal. It was helmed by the same director, Raaj Shaandilyaa. Let’s check out the Dream Girl 2 review.
About Dream Girl 2
Venture Type: Theatrical Movie
Released Date: August 25, 2023
CBFC Certificate: “U/A”
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Genres: Comedy/ Romantic/ Drama
Directed by: Raaj Shaandilyaa
Written by: Raaj Shaandilyaa, and Naresh Kathooria
Produced by: Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor
Cinematography by: C. K. Muraleedharan, and Jitan Harmeet Singh
Production House: Balaji Motion Pictures
Distributed by: Pen Marudhar Entertainment
Duration: 133 Minutes (2 Hours 13 Minutes)
Dream Girl 2 Plot
The film unfolds the story of Karamveer Singh, AKA Karam (Ayushmann Khurrana), who loves Pari (Ananya Panday), and when their love comes to marriage, Pari’s father, Jaypal (Manoj Joshi), raises aultimatum to Karan, and he has to earn a huge amount of money only in 6 months.
To fulfil the aultimatum, Karam thinks about easy ways to earn money; for that, he uses his feminine voice, and he also dresses up like a woman, turning into Pooja. Karam, a.k.a. Pooja, got offers of 50 lacs from Shahrukh’s family, but for that, he has to marry Shahrukh (Abhishek Banerjee). After marring Shahrukh, we will see what kind of challenges Karam, a.k.a. Pooja, will face.
Dream Girl 2 Movie Review
The first point of the film is an amazing star cast like Annu Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Seema Pahwa, Vijay Raaz, and Rajpal Yadav, who have delivered impactful acting with their amazing comic timing. On the other hand, Raaj Shaandilyaa’s and Naresh Kathooria’s dialogue writing was praiseworthy.
Director Raaj Shaandilyaa this time not only brings back the voice but also presents a hilariously hot look at Pooja. They also show Ayushmann Khurrana’s never-before-seen look, and the fans also experience another side of his versatile acting. If we talk about the music, Hitesh Sonik‘s score does not match expectations, and especially the iconic song from the franchise “Dil Ka Telephone 2.0” totally falls flat.
Baap of Movies Review
Overall, if you have high ambitions for the sequel to Dream Girl, this movie will disappoint you. The main humour of the film is missing; Ayushmann tried hard to bring it back but was unable to offer us the same entertainment as we experienced in Dream Girl. Especially in the second half, it doesn’t have that essence that engages the audience with the story, but may the film make profit at the box office based on the franchise value.