Dream Girl 2 Review: The story of the film 'Dream Girl 2' fits in the same groove in which its predecessor film 'Dream Girl' was fitted with lots of spices.
The gist of the previous film is that Karamveer, the young son of a middle-aged funeral goods seller in Mathura, wanders here and there in search of a job and gets a job in one such call center.
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Director: Raj Shandilya
Author: Raj Shandilya and Naresh Kathuria
Artist: Ayushmann Khurrana, Manoj Joshi, Seema Pahwa, Vijay Raaz, Abhishek Banerjee, Manjot Singh AsraniAnanya Panday, Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor and Rajpal Yadav,
Creator: Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor
Karamveer takes on a female voice and becomes the fictitious character Pooja as the call center welcomes callers. Mahi is his girlfriend, and the film ends with Karamveer in Radha's outfit telling everyone to get out of their phones and have a real conversation.
Raaj Shaandilyaa quickly jumps to the basic story. Although it seems a little beyond logic to woo four men by becoming Karam's worship, you are entertained without paying much attention to logic in humorous and entertaining situations. Annu Kapoor, Asrani, Paresh Rawal, Vijayraj, Seema Pahwa and Rajpal Yadav are all comedy veterans in the film, whose help Raaj Shandilya creates amusing confusions.
He enjoys one-liners in everyday life, but some dialogues seem childish When it comes to music, Meet Brothers' Dil Ka Telephone 2.0 is a good song, but the other songs don't impress.
The film 'Dream Girl 2' rests entirely on the shoulders of actor Ayushmann Khurrana. He is the hero of the film and she is the heroine. Her dedication and hard work towards acting is evident in the roles of Karam Singh and Pooja.
Actress Ananya Pandey, who is getting films only because of her legacyher presence or absence on the screen, both do not have any special effect in the film. It is clear that his acting does not come to the fore under the pressure of memorizing the dialogues.
Neither does she understand the need of the scene nor the depth of her dialogues. audience really misses Nusrat Bharucha because of the previous film Dream Girl.