Richa Chadha and Pankaj Tripathi star in a rambling humor that attempts to convey a social note.
Fukrey 3 Movie Review
Director of the movie
Mrighdeep Singh Lamba
The cast of the movie
Manjot Singh, Manu Rishi Chadha, Pankaj Tripathi, Pulkit Samrat, Richa Chadha, Varun Sharma
Where to watch
September 28, 2023
Much like the general elections, a new Fukrey movie usually appears every five years. They also have a history of misleading the public, much like politicians. Fukrey 3, a highly anticipated sequel, is an actual laughing riot. One can watch this without thinking much or attempting to find what is happening on the screen. Pankaj Tripathi’s presence on the location of a comedy movie makes it funnier!
Plot of the movie
The intriguing first movie had an easy hook. The ‘deja choo’ idea, which appeared in the second movie, expanded on this notion. Preternatural psychic abilities fit with physical skills in the third installment. Scatological insanity is standard. This movie is about perspiration, urination, and feces.
Story of the movie
The return of the Fukras appears from their gear. This time, Choocha (Varun Sharma), Hunny (Pulkit Sharma), Laali (Manjot Singh), and Pandit ji (Pankaj Tripathi) all share the same goal: to defeat Bholi Panjaban (Richa Chaddha) in the upcoming election. This humorous cat-and-mouse game of tricking and deceiving one another has several storylines. The jokes were a little forced in the second part, but they are better this time.
Review of the movie
The dialogue in “Fukrey 3” is razor-sharp, witty, and sarcastic lines. Most of the best scenes and sequences use the main characters, like Choocha and Bholi Punjaban. The franchise’s creator, Mrighdeep Singh Lamba, knows what the audience wants and gives it to them in spades.
But the second half of the movie hits some snags. The second half falls short after a solid and genuinely funny first half. None of the measures stand out, making the music a low point. The creators produce an amalgamation that is occasionally difficult to digest in their efforts to combine excess and include every joke possible.
Additionally, some of the uncooked reach in the cast’s performances is missing because of their maturity and advancing age. Choocha is the only performer and character who stays true to type, and Varun Sharma deserves praise for brilliantly bringing Choocha’s charm and his distinctive “Deja Chu” back.
Even though one knows what to anticipate from a humorous movie, the third installment in Mrighdeep Singh Lamba’s comedy series battles to capture the charm because the plot overloads excessive content into fewer scenes.
The film also briefly mentions day zero, when there will be no water, and speculates what that might mean for us. However, this topic is not further developed, which could have made for a fascinating angle.
Performances of the cast
In the 2 hours and 30 minutes of the movie, Varun Sharma effortlessly displays his perfect comic timing. In addition to him, Pankaj Tripathi excels in the part. As the most intelligent person in the group, Pulkit Samrat is adequate. Manjot Singh, the frustrated friend, and Richa Chadha, the don, both do a good job.
The movie will make you laugh, especially if you enjoy humorous comedies. But there is much to get desired about the convoluted plot and how the events play out. It’s still a good one-time watch.