Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Review
Ruhan Randhawa (Aaryan) and Reet Rathore (Advani) are strangers who meet in a snowy region and decide to spend some time at a music festival, which helps them avert a fatal accident. But fate brings them to an abandoned haveli, where they will face more problems, one of which is Manjulika. While the first instalment was a psychological thriller with horror aspects, this instalment gives the primary enemy a face.
Filmmaker Anees Bazmee is known for his comedy films, thus the inclusion of comic aspects in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 isn’t surprising given the director’s expertise in the genre. The horror sequences in this sequel, on the other hand, stand out. He hasn’t employed jump scares, but rather a variety of aspects to make his scenes stand out.
A good team of writers, such as Aakash Kaushik, who wrote the story and script in this case, helped the direction even better While the tale has some small issues, particularly in the climax, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 manages to keep your interest throughout. Farhad Samji and Aakash Kaushik’s dialogues are well-written, while DOP Manu Anand’s lens captures the proper emotions. Another key aspect of a horror comedy is the background music, which Sandeep Shirodkar excels at.
Bunty Nagi’s editing has provided the film a fluid flow, while art director Ajay Verekar and production designer Rajat Poddar aid enhance the film’s genre needs. Mukesh Chhabra has done an excellent job in casting.
Kartik Aaryan is in top form when it comes to performances. He has a unique style of portraying humour that works wonderfully. Kiara Advani is beautiful and gives an excellent performance. She plays an important role and does it well. Tabu is a pleasant surprise and gives one of her most impressive performances. Rajesh Sharma and Samarth Chauhan (Potlu) both leave an impression. Sanjay Mishra and Rajpal Yadav are hilarious.
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