Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2: The Top Webs Reviews, Story And First Day Box-Office Collection

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Story

The film starts with an introduction of characters. Tarun is the one who is highly paid (Rs. 3 lakhs per month). And it is due to this reason that Siddharth and Anshul live their life kingsize (alongwith Tarun, of course) without having to worry much about finance. Right from buying the drinks to paying the monthly rent of the flat.

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Life of all the three is all about working hard and partying harder. They fall in love with Ruchika Khanna (Nushrat Bharucha), Supriya (Sonalli Sehgall) and Kusum (Ishita Raj). The three boys just cannot believe their luck with their respective partners. Life becomes one big party for the three couples until one day when the ‘money-minded’ Kusum speaks out her ‘concern’ towards Tarun spending his hard earned money to pay the dinner bill of his boys and their girlfriends. Anshul becoming Ruchika Khanna  multipurpose boyfriend who drives her and her gal pals around for their shopping, Siddharth becomes Kusum’s ‘ATM boyfriend’ from whom she just keeps taking money, while Tarun ends up becoming house help of sorts to Supriya’s parents.

All three boys are not happy with their girlfriend. So After a meeting , the all of them realise that befriending the girls was the biggest mistake of their lives and that they are being taken for a royal ride. Just when they are about to break up with their respective girlfriends, the girls start wooing their boys all over again in order to let bygones be bygones and give their relationship a fresh start.

First Day Total Box Office Collection of Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2
11.21 Cr.

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Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Movie Review | The Top Webs

CNN IBN
Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2, co-writer and director Luv Ranjan has essentially remade his own previous film. What’s interesting, however, is that it’s considerably funnier and slightly less misogynistic than 2011’s Pyaar Ka Punchnama. The new film makes the same point all over again – that women are often selfish, manipulative, and overbearing, and that they have men wrapped around their little finger – but for the most part, the script employs humor over venom to drive home the message.

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The Times Of India
The camaraderie between the boys rings true as does their claustrophobia around their women. The saving grace, in the not-so-sharp second half, is a seven-minute monologue done by Gogo, where he explains, no matter how hard you try, you can never please a woman! What’s sad is that the squabbles between the men and their girlfriends lose steam as they are grossly exaggerated, repititive and puerile. In all fairness, this film may resonate with some masochistic sorts who like taking a whipping in love. Or still others, who just enjoy a few laughs at the cinemas each week!

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NDTV
The camaraderie between the boys rings true as does their claustrophobia around their women. The saving grace, in the not-so-sharp second half, is a seven-minute monologue done by Gogo, where he explains, no matter how hard you try, you can never please a woman! What’s sad is that the squabbles between the men and their girlfriends lose steam as they are grossly exaggerated, repititive and puerile. In all fairness, this film may resonate with some masochistic sorts who like taking a whipping in love. Or still others, who just enjoy a few laughs at the cinemas each week!

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Indianexpress
As for the guys-who-are-forever-mamma’s boys, they are the victims of these devious females, who use their wiles, reel them in, and then string them along. Not one of them climbs out with any perspective or insight at all. What’s that? The first ​had some punch and​ was okay for a bunch of laughs. The sequel is flat and unfunny.

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Firstpost
If Ranjan’s intention with Pyaar ka Punchnama 2 was to make men turn their backs on women and contemplate homosexuality as the more emotionally sustainable option, then he’s hit the jackpot. A lot of women may well be turned off men too, despite the hunkiness of the heroes, because of the film’s inherent misogyny. For those who were hoping for a fun look at romance in modern India, the only thing Pyaar ka Punchnama 2 confirms is that this survey was right on the money when it listed “my friends hot mom” as one of the top search among Indian porn users.

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