Not to forget the out and out comedy, Houseful has created a year ago… right from the first frame of the film till the end credentials, the entire film was a treat for all those comedy lovers. Keeping the success of the film in mind, the sequel has made and released… did the sequel has managed to support the original version or not?
The first half of the movie takes the major role in creating the needed impact of a thriller. The narration has been quite gripping and the script is the undisputed hero of the movie. The most sensible point has been handled in a simple and flawless manner. On the whole the complete first half of Talvar has elements that will be remembered well. The second half of the movie slows down after the interval episode. However the interest has been maintained throughout and the pre interval episodes catch pace and the audience will be kept engaging on the edge of their seats till the end. On the whole the complete second half is outstanding which has many highlights
The first half of the movie is hilarious and is a laugh riot all through. The action sequences have been decent and Akshay – Amy episodes have been highly entertaining. On the whole the complete first half has been quite impressive. The second half of the film is a huge spoiler as the movie misses logic. The film travels from Punjab to Goa and then to South Africa and next to Romania. The villain’s character which is quite important has not been written well. The second half of the movie is stretched enough which makes the movie fall flat
The first half of the movie takes off with some interesting narration about the girls who are in process of becoming models. The movie takes a dip because of the funny episodes that miss the reality. Some of the scenes have been shot well and explain about the struggles of the models. On the whole the first half of the film ends on a dull and disappointing note. The second half of the movie too carries the same theme. The movies dips badly during the narration as the movie lacks proper content. The characters have been completely senseless and they have not been related well. The director completely tried to portray the celebrity’s obsession on social media which was not convincing. On the whole the complete second half is a huge downfall.
Maddy (Imran Khan) breaks up with Payal (Kangana Ranaut), due to a few of the ego clashes between the duo. Maddy, who was unable to take this, tries to commit suicide, by drinking phenyl. But upon his friends and sister suggesting that, it is better to leave Payal, Maddy stops for the time being. However, his love on Payal does not end there. One fine day, Maddy comes to know that, Payal is getting married to someone else and it was then, he decides to travel to Payal’s hometown in Delhi, to gain her back. Did he succeed in getting back? And what was the reason for their breakup forms the rest.
The first half of the movie has been decent except some flaws with the love story and the chemistry between the lead actors taking the major role. The narration has been completely old fashioned and on the whole the complete first half has been ok. The second half of the movie is a complete downfall and is the major drawback of the movie. The movie has been dragged completely and the major plot has been shot exactly like the original film which is the main drawback. If the director has done some changes, the movie should have been far better. On the whole the complete second half of the movie is a downfall
The first half of the movie lacks proper content however it has been managed by the entertainment which doesn’t irritate the audience completely. The romantic episodes have been shown in a hurry which do not bring the feel. On the whole the first half of the movie is ok but not great. The second half of the movie lacks everything and the film dips completely. The screenplay and the narration of the movie have been completely below the line which make the film horrible. The entire star cast has been completely wasted and the second half of the movie is the major drawback of Welcome Back