2 September 2011 | Chrysanthepop
Puts Your Bheja To Sleep
Alright I have not seen 'Bheja Fry'. Now that's out of the way. 'Bheja Fry 2' is a disappointment. Sagar Ballary's movie is filled with inconsistencies, lack of direction, poor writing and editing and even forced humour in some parts. He should have focused less screen time on the sequences that take place before the businessman and income-tax officer get stranded. The most entertaining parts are the sequences between Kay Kay Menon and Vinay Pathak and this is primarily due to the two actors performances. Pathak has played similar characters in many films. Even in the more recent 'Chalo Dilli', his Manu Gupta has almost exactly the same personality as Bharat Bhushan. Menon is the one who stands out with his spontaneity (especially his reaction to Pathak's Bhushan's antics) and natural charm. They make the island sequence enjoyable up until the point of Amole Gupta's appearance. Gupta's character is out of place and his over-the-top acting only takes the film further down to the point of no redemption. Anyway, if it weren't for Menon and Pathak this would have been an entire waste.