Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Review-It is a thrilling and chilling film starring Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani, and Tabu

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Review: I’ve always believed that horror and comedy are two of the most difficult genres to produce, as it’s not easy to scare or amuse people. When you combine them, finding the appropriate balance becomes critical; otherwise, the outcome can go any way. In filmmaker Anees Bazmee’s Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, however, he has found the correct footing.

While the sequel to the franchise, starring Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani, and Tabu, manages to keep the thrills and chills of the first, the tale is completely different from the first – with the exception of Manjulika.

Ruhan Randhawa (Aaryan) and Reet Rathore (Advani) are strangers who meet in a snowy region and decide to spend some time at a music festival, which helps them avert a fatal accident. But fate brings them to an abandoned castle, where they will face more problems, one of which is Manjulika. While the first installment was a psychological thriller with horror aspects, this installment gives the primary enemy a face.

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Anees Bazmee is known for his comedic films like as the Welcome franchise, Singh Is Kinng, and No Entry, thus the humorous elements in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 aren’t surprising given the director’s expertise in the genre. The horror sequences in this sequel, on the other hand, stand out. He hasn’t employed jump scares, but rather a variety of aspects to make his scenes stand out. For example, there’s a puzzle segment that maintains faithful to the film’s title.

A good team of writers, such as Aakash Kaushik, who wrote the story and script in this case, can only help a director. While the tale has some small issues, particularly in the finale, which felt a little protracted, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 manages to keep your interest throughout. Farhad Samji and Aakash Kaushik’s dialogues are well-written, while DOP Manu Anand’s lens captures the proper emotions. Background music is another vital aspect of a horror-comedy, and Sandeep Shirodkar does an excellent job with it.

Of course, the original’s background music is used at several points during the film, giving it a nostalgic feel. Bunty Nagi’s editing has provided the film with a fluid flow, while art director Ajay Verekar and production designer Rajat Poddar aid enhance the film’s genre needs. Mukesh Chhabra has done an excellent job casting.

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Kartik, Kiara, and Tabu deliver strong performances, with the starring couple’s onscreen chemistry being particularly noteworthy. The supporting cast excels in their roles, making one question if Sanjay Mishra, Rajpal Yadav, Ashwini Kalsekar, Rajesh Sharma, and Govind Namdeo are capable of anything. Amar Upadhyay and Milind Gunaji give strong performances, although their roles are intrinsically limited. Potluck, played by Samarth Chauhan, is sure to win many hearts.

Overall, the picture has broad appeal and has the ability to reintroduce audiences to the theatres.

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