Judwa – 2 : Movie Review

Judwa 2 is a story of twin brothers, separated at birth when their father exposes a smuggling conspiracy. This is a remake of David Dhawan’s own film Judwa made in 1997 starring Salman Khan. Here his son, Varun Dhawan plays the twins.

We share some reviews from the newspapers and critics below:

CNN NEWS 18: Rajeev Masand – 2/5

Everything about Judwaa 2 – from the treatment to the one-liners – has a distinctly outdated feel to it. But it’s also true that some of the gags work. Much of that is because of the heavy lifting left to Varun Dhawan, who knows how to make a joke land…..Read More

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NDTV: Raja Sen – 1.5/5

There is a lunacy that makes a David Dhawan movie a David Dhawan movie. The nineties, a time when Hindi cinema was shrugging off melodrama and villains, let Dhawan’s madcap cinema flourish….Read More

The Times Of India: Meena Iyer – 3/5

When you enter the movie hall for this outing, remember to let your hair down and guffaw because from the opening scene itself you’re familiar with the tropes. David Dhawan who has made three dozen vacuous comedies, with an enviable success ratio…Read More

Indian Express: Shubhra Gupta – 2/5

For those who do not remember the original, here’s a little recap. Prem and Raj (Varun, doing a double) are twins separated at birth. One grows up as a Ganapati Bappa loving tapori, who always wins in a scrum; the other is a piano-playing, ‘chashma’-wearing ‘seedha-saadha’ type who can’t raise his fists even….Read More

Hindustan Times: Rohit Vats  – 2/5

Salman Khan’s Judwaa (1997) wasn’t a great film, but it has nostalgia attached to it. This is why most of us were keen on seeing how close Varun Dhawan gets to Salman Khan in Judwaa 2. He doesn’t disappoint. … Read More

India Today: Samruddhi Ghosh – 2/5

Somewhere in the first half of Judwaa 2, Raja (Varun Dhawan) calls out a bunch of rowdies for being “molesty” and proceeds to beat the living daylights out of them. The same Raja, who can’t stop himself from spanking the butt of any woman…Read More

Mumbai Mirror: Kunal Guha – 2.5/5

The 1997 film that inspired this sequel was one that worked for its foot-tapping numbers, comedy of errors and the fact that audiences got two Salman Khans for the price of one single screen ticket  … Read More

Mid-Day: Shaheen Parkar – 2.5/5

David Dhawan’s films have the same brief – give the audience’s brain some downtime. Anything is possible in his world. One of the supporting characters insists the music notes go, Sa Re Ga Ma Amitabh…. Read More

DNA India: Sarita Tanwar – 2/5

In the newer version, it’s Varun Dhawan who plays the dual roles of Prem and Raja – identical twins who are separated at birth. Years later, they bump into each other in London…. Read More

Film Companion: Anupama Chopra – 2/5

The 90s are back and it’s not pretty. Once again, heroes are macho, leering Casanovas who make show-stopping entries, heroines are cheerful bimbos who heave and thrust in all directions, villains are strapping bombs to bodies and we are hearing dialogues like – He will take your daughter for a ride. Mooh maar ke chod dega…. Read More

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KoiMoi: Satish Sunderesan – 2.5/5

Given the buzz surrounding the film and the curiosity to watch Varun Dhawan in a double role, the film definitely calls for a one time watch….Read More

The Quint: Stutee Ghosh – 2/5

Twenty years is a long time for an audience to evolve and crave something new. Judwaa 2 employs tropes, like a lisping sidekick or a villain who is struck by a sudden bout of amnesia, have been done to death… Read More

Feature Photo: Mid-day

Director: David Dhawan
Screenplay: Yunus Sajawal Dialogues: Farhad Samji
Producer: Sajid Nadiadwala
Cast: Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Tapsee Pannu.
Music: Sandip Shirodkar
Cinematography: Ayanaka Bose
Run Time: 2 hours and 25 Minutes

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