Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha) has entered politics and is poised to win the Delhi elections one year after the events of the second Fukrey film. The four buddies decided to oppose Choocha (Varun Sharma) against Bholi in the election because their collective victory would turn the city into a haven for illegal activity. However, when Choocha’s fantasy comes true and his pee turns into gunpowder, he obtains a new power.

The plot gradually introduces components that flawlessly combine intelligent, witty phrases and comical situations with the performances by the incredibly gifted cast. The funny parts of the movie are still there, and the punch lines are fantastic, but the humor seems to have worn out after a while. The first half features a lot of funny conversation; however, the second half focuses more on the social message and occasionally seems to drag. A comedy film shouldn’t be more than two hours and thirty minutes.


The first scene of the movie is a popular song that summarises the first two Fukrey movies. The music plays in the background as Fukrey 3’s opening credits roll out, which is a great touch. The main characters return with their now-recognized traits. To stay faithful to the spirit of Fukrey, director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba focused on amusingly showcasing the Fukras’ quirky, wacky, and humorous qualities.

The focus changes to serious issues that afflict Delhi’s common people in the second half, which has a lot less humor. There is a rising issue in the nation’s capital, as evidenced by some intense scenes and a panicked crowd rushing the water park where an alligator lives. Despite these emotional situations, Fukrey maintains its comedic tone and frequently uses scatological humor.

In the 2 hours and 30 minutes of the movie, Varun Sharma effortlessly exhibits his perfect comic timing and Pankaj Tripathi is fantastic in the role. As the smartest person in the group, Pulkit Samrat is adequate. Manjot Singh as the frustrated friend and Richa Chadha as the don both do a good job. The eccentric music by Tanishk Bagchi and Abhishek Nailwal is cool and goes nicely with the humorous events.

Ratings: 2.5/5

The Fukra gang, consisting of Varun Sharma, Pulkit Samrat, Manjot Singh, and Pankaj Tripathi, once again makes people laugh with their humorous and powerful punches. Chucha is the owner of Fukrey 3 and, like his incredible abilities, manages to be both endearing and irritating. There are several good reasons for the movie to be hailed as a superhit entertainer with special writing. The film gets a rating of 2.5 out of 5 stars.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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