Fukrey 3 Movie Review: The Fukrey gang is returning to the big screens and making the comeback with a bang. It was released on 27 September and entertained the audience. Fukrey 3 brings Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha (Varun Sharma), Lali (Manjot Singh), Pandit (Pankaj Tripathi), and Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha) with a new and intriguing story this time.
Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha (Varun Sharma), Lali (Manjot Singh), and Pandit (Pankaj Tripathi) have returned, but they haven’t won the jackpot thanks to Choocha’s ‘Deja Chu’ power; instead, they’re performing odd jobs while neglecting Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha), who is preparing to enter politics.
But, because it’s a sequel, they can’t keep neglecting the story’s main woman, so she makes them work for her. Choocha obtained greater public support than her single competitor in the election as a result of this method. In the midst of all of this, a coal-mine diamond quest takes place, which includes Shunda Singh Ahluwalia (Manu Rishi Chadha), and, fitting for the film, it finishes before getting on the nerves. But it’s all about their new superpower and how they avoid the Bholi-web throughout.
The makers stayed true to the hype, keeping Varun Sharma’s Choocha the focal point of this threequel, since he has always been a fan favourite. With this choice, some things work and some don’t, but Varun’s seamless performance saves the day.
Pankaj Tripathi is the champion and deserves to be the centre of attention in Fukrey 4. I had secretly hoped that the producers would do so this time, but it was Choocha’s picture. Pandit’s engagement has grown with each role, which is also due to how Tripathi sir has progressed as an actor over the previous decade. Pulkit Samrat’s Hunny and Manjot Singh’s Lali have taken over the humorous roles of Choocha and Pandit. It’s not so much a matter of screen time as it is of the division and fatigue of excellent humour. Richa Chadha almost loses concentration as Bholi loses her characteristic touch as the tale introduces another pointless villain in Amit Dhawan’s Dhingra.
Fukrey 3 continues to own and flaunt the story’s daring character, bragging about something that has become more difficult to discover – innocent joy. The film is a full entertainer and will surely give a wonderful and memorable theatrical experience to the audience.