The first instalment of “Housefull” was a huge success due to the fun it provided. The second instalment which was supposed to be much superior to its predecessor somehow falls flat for the reason that the simple story has been complicated way too much that in the end it takes an amateurish climax to draw things to a close.

The movie begins on a series of confusions thereby introducing the pivotal characters one by one. As scenes move by the main crux of the storyline gets revealed wherein all that is going to happen is a fun ‘n frolic ride of who gets to marry the son of the richest business tycoon in UK who happens to be Jwala a.k.a Jolly (Ritesh Deshmukh) and the father of the prospective groom happens to be JD (Mithun Chakraborthy).

Sunny (Akshay Kumar) is in love with Heena (Asin), Max (John Abraham ) is in love with Booby (Jacqueline Fenandez), Jwala with JLo (Zarine Khan) and Jai (Shreyas Talpade) with Parul (Shazhan Padmasee). The fun begins when the brothers Chintu (Rishi Kapoor) and Daboo (Randhir Kapoor) plan to have their daughter married to JD’s son. There is so much comic scenes in the intermediate that makes the viewer forget that these scenes do not help much in terms of story but in the overall perspective it provides a good entertainment.

So much meaningless entertainment that by the end of first half, the viewer comes to a conclusion that not to expect too much in terms of a credible story but to grab a popcorn and enjoy the rest of the film. Overall the film does well to keep the viewers on a laughter roll but for the serious viewers, the film would be a huge disappointment. Director Sajid Khan has definitely managed to bring in good news on the box-office fortunes of the film and when the film rakes in the moolah who cares about other finer aspects of the film…

In terms of acting, all the actors have put in a decent performance which also includes Bomman Irani and Johnny Lever. The leading ladies provide ample skin show much to the delight of the front benchers. The “Anarkali Disco Chali” item number has Malaika Arora Khan sizzle and the film has a running time of 150 minutes.

“Housefull 2” is a thumbs up for people who are game on for some mindless comedy.

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