CAST & CREW
The Tere Bin Laden crew is back but with Manish Paul Manish Paul is an Indian television actor, host an >> Read More... this time as the lead actor instead of Ali Zafar Ali Zafar is a multifaceted personality, though he >> Read More... . Rest of the whole cast remains unchanged.
Plot: The film shows that all the things that happened in the first film was not true and was just a part of a picture which was directed by Manish Paul. Due to this movie success, Ali Zafar becomes a superstar and decides to make a sequel to the film by replacing Manish Paul with Karan Johar Karan Johar is one among the top ten celebrities i >> Read More... as the director. This decision by Ali Zafar makes Manish Paul angry, and he decides to go against the board and make the sequel himself and decides to fire Ali Zafar from the project. This eventually puts him in trouble as he is sandwiched between the Government of the United States and an arms dealer ‘Khalili’. Both assign him different tasks.
The U.S government asks him to craft a hoax video that portrays Osama Bin Laden as dead whereas Khalili has a similar idea and works to assemble his hoax video proving Bin Laden is alive, to further Khalili’s terrorist ambitions. The reason for U.S government to kill Osama because Obama believes that only this way can he be re-elected.
Analysis: The film is surely made on a larger scale as compared to the prequel. There is certainly more packed into the script this time, and Manish Paul certainly adds more pace and energy to the film. The problem tends to be of repetition. The same Osama jokes are repeated and you might giggle on them first few times but then eventually they start to bore you. The chemistry between Manish Paul and Pradhuman Singh Pradhuman Singh, is a Hindi actor who portrayed t >> Read More... is not able to match the chemistry between Ali Zafar and Pradhuman Singh, which was seen in the film.
• The film has some good jokes.
• Manish Paul fans will like this film because he really does full justice to his character and tries to be as funny as he can.
• Ali Zafar in his cameo is just amazing.
What’s Not there?
• The film does not have a good direction or narration.
• Even though the film is made on a bigger scale, the locations still are very dull.
• Songs are not very good. • Repetition of the jokes makes the effort of the actor look very go in vain.
• There is just not enough of Ali Zafar.
Verdict: If you have nothing good to do on this weekend and are eager to watch just any film. Go and leave your brain behind and watch this. Don’t expect much from the movie and you might just leave the hall with a smile on your face.
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