HUNGAMA 2 is the story of a man in trouble after his ex-flame arrives at his house and causes 'hungama'.Priyadarshan's story is promising and has all the ingredients of a solid, complex entertainer that he's famous for.But Yunus Sajawal's screenplay spoils the show. Manisha Korde and Anukalp Goswami's dialogues try their best to contribute humour and drama but it's not upto the desired level. Priyadarshan's direction is average. He's laced with a poor script and that further diminishes the impact.
HUNGAMA 2 begins on a dull and serious note.Meezaan Jafri is strictly okay. Pranitha Subhash puts up a confident act and leaves a mark. Shilpa Shetty looks ravishing and proves that she can still deliver a fine performance. Paresh Rawal's track is funny but the humour is weak. Ashutosh Rana has a lengthier and even stronger role. Tiku Talsania also gets his act right. anoj Joshi is alright. Rajpal Yadav has a small role but brings in big laughs. Johny Lever is good in the cameo. Akshaye Khanna is nothing great in the special appearance. Anu Malik's music is forgettable. Ronnie Raphael's background score is better and is in the Priyadarshan zone.Ekhambhram N K's cinematography is breath-taking. Selvakumar's production design is very superior. In fact, the film looks like a rich product. The costumes are glamorous, especially the ones worn by Shilpa Shetty. M S Aiyyapan Nair's editing could have been tighter. On the whole, HUNGAMA 2 is not as funny as one expects it to be. The film suffers due to the long length, insipid script, weak humour and lack of logic. A major disappointment.