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Judwaa 2 Review by Taran Adarsh, Rajeev Masand & KRK: IMDb, Indiaglitz Judwaa 2 Rating & Review

Raja (Varun) and Prem (Varun, again) are conjoined twins, who have similar reflexes. They are separated at birth by a smuggler, Charles (Zakir Hussain), who kidnaps Raja. The geek Prem grows up in the lap of luxury in London with his parents, the Malhotras; loud Raja finds shelter in a Mumbai’s fisherman’s colony. Of course when the twins’ paths cross, there’s too much fun.

The film is a remake of Salman Khan starrer Judwaa which had released in 1997. The Puja holidays and the emotions of watching the remake version of a ’90s film have worked well for Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu and Jacqueline Fernandez. The film is expected to earn as much as Rs 15 crore or above on an opening day. With the extended holiday on Monday, it wouldn’t be a complete shocker if the film crosses the Rs 50 crore mark within its first extended weekend.


When you enter the movie hall for this outing, remember to let your hair down and guffaw because from the opening scene itself you’re familiar with the tropes. David Dhawan who has made three dozen vacuous comedies, with an enviable success ratio. He was even crowned the undisputed king of comedy once. Here, he gives you a rebooted version of his 1997 comic-caper of the same name. The earlier one had Salman Khan, this one has Varun.

Varun Dhawan, who is often called the new-age substitute of Salman Khan and Govinda of the 90s, does not disappoint. His energy and comic timing is on point, but it is the outdated script that drags him down. It is the two Varun Dhawans that save the day, when many of the supporting cast are strictly average. Jacqueline Fernandez plays her usual bubbly girl, nothing we haven’t already seen before. Ho-hum. Taapsee Pannu glams it up for Judwaa 2 and is not half bad.

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Updated: September 29, 2017 — 3:08 pm

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