The quasi-movie begins with a dance performance set to music that resembles a devotional rendition of “Gangnam Style,” then Karam (Khurrana) mistakes his fiancée Pari (Ananya Pandey) for a lustful middle-aged woman backstage.

The protagonist is Karam, a popular voice actor who answers the phone by posing as a girl. But this time, his secret is revealed, and everything in his life transforms. He is ignored by his family and friends, loses his job, and is then compelled to rebuild his life.

Karam, however, is a stubborn individual. He fights back, this time being upfront about his individuality, to vindicate his record and start up a new life as a voice actor. The rest of the movie’s story is about how he deals with the repercussions of telling everyone, including society, his family, and his lover. The true circus of horrors then starts.


In terms of scenario, characters, and humor, the movie is a funny escapade that audiences will enjoy. The lengthy, over two-hour film opens with a jagrata sequence that introduces the spectator to Ayushmann Khurrana’s character Karam, who does his best to see the picture through to the end.

The film has several of its original cast members, including Ayushmann Khurrana, Annu Kapoor, Vijay Raaz, Abhishek Banerjee, and Manjot Singh, even though it is not a sequel. It also features newcomers Paresh Rawal, Seema Pahwa, Rajpal Yadav, Asrani, and Ananya Panday, who takes the position of Nushrratt Bharuccha.

Karam unwillingly decides to implement his best friend Smiley’s suggestion because he wants to improve his financial status and satisfy Jaipal Srivastava’s requirements. He assumes the identity of a lady and enters Saajan Tiwari’s (Vijay Raaz) nightclub as Pooja. Saajan Tiwari is also known as Sona Bhai.

Additionally, the plot quickly devolves into a comedy of errors because several love tales are taking place in one house. When Pari agrees to marry the man of her father’s choosing, the film’s long-dragged-out second half finally comes to a finish.

The audience can forgive the weakly written ending because of Khurrana’s amazing performance, in which Karam convinces Pari’s father to approve of their relationship with the help of a speech about love and acceptance.

Rating: 3.5/5

The dialogues penned by Raaj Shaandilya and Naresh Kathooria are Dream Girl 2’s greatest asset.

Artists like Annu Kapoor, Seema Pahwa, Vijay Raaz, Rajpal Yadav, and Paresh Rawal are an incredible treat to witness in the crazy world of chaos that surrounds Ayushmann Khurrana and Ananya Panday. Together with the leads, they increase the power of the one-liners, which may have been lost without the ensemble of these skilled actors and their perfect comic timing. So, The film deserves 3.5 out of 5 stars.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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