PLOT : Prem and Raja are twin brothers who are seperated at birth but are uniquely connected to eachother via their reflexes. They reunite as adults and set out to take down their enemies.
MOVIE REVIEW : David Dhawan and Sajid Nadiadwala have teamed up after 20 years for the remake of 1997 comedy Hit Judwa starring Salman Khan which made Judwaa 2 as one of the most hyped films of the year.
David Dhawan has kept the original plot of the movie with a few changes and characters from Judwaa have been played by new ones but the story doesn’t have anything new to offer.
After the success of Badrinath Ki Dulhania Varun is back, this time he reprises the roles of Raja and Prem played by Salman impressively. Taapsee and Jacqueline in place of Karisma and Rambha both looked glamorous but they are average in their part as there’s not much more to be done in this script.
Supporting cast have done justice to their roles especially punches from Anupam Kher and Atul Parchure were funny. It was a delight to watch Rajpal yadav again but Nandu role played by Shakti Kapoor in the original one was better.
Johnny Lever as Pappu Passport, Pavan Malhotra, Prachee Shah and Ali Asgar are wasted here.
Upasana Singh and Sachin Khedekar were average. Vivan Bhatena as a Villian who suffers from memory loss looks convincing.
The comic timing and punches are good in the first half of the film and it will keep the audience engaged till the twin meets each other whereas the second half of the film is dragged to the known climax in a cliché way.
There was a WOW moment for the viewers when the original Judwaa Salman Khan meet the Judwaa 2 Varun Dhawan on the screen, Salman Khan’s cameo in the remake is a whistle moment for the fans.
All the songs are good dancing number Aa Toh Sahi, Suno Ganpati Bappa and recreated versions of the chartbusters Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12 and Oonchi Hai Building already loved by the audience.
Overall HityaFlop Rating : 3.3 out of 5