Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 2022
When strangers Reet and Ruhan cross paths, their journey leads to an abandoned mansion and a dreaded spirit who has been trapped for 18 years.
When U.S.-based Siddharth visits his Indian home town with his new wife, he insists they stay at the ancestral home, laughing off family members’ warnings of ghostly goings-on in the mansion. But events soon make him reconsider his beliefs. As unexplained and terrifying occurrences arise, Siddharth calls on his doctor friend to help solve the mystery. What will be the outcome? Will Siddharth’s friend be able to solve this riddle?
- Release date – May 20, 2022 (India)Country of origin – India
- Language – Hindi
- Country of origin – India
- Production companies – Cine1 StudiosT-Series FilmsT-Series
- Budget: ₹102 (estimated)
- Gross worldwide: $28,477,890
- Runtime: 2 hours 10 minutes
- Color: Color
- Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Shiney Ahuja, Ameesha Patel, Manoj Joshi, Paresh Rawal, Rasika Joshi, Rajpal Naurang Yadav
Aakash Kaushik’s story is excellent and unconventional. It neatly incorporates the horror and comic quotient very well. On the whole, BHOOL BHULAIYAA 2 is a complete entertainer and works due to the splendid combo of horror and comedy. At the box office, it is all set to take a flying start and will emerge as a super hit. It can also emerge as Kartik Aaryan’s second Rs. 100 crore grosser. Recommended!
Director Anees Bazmee is in top form. He has the viewers’ attention right from the first frame and even in portions when the drama dips, he does not let his grip on their minds loosen for too long. He has made a wholesome entertainer for males and females of all classes and age groups. On the whole, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 is a very enjoyable entertainer and will prove to be a richly rewarding experience for all concerned.
All said and done, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 is the answer to the much-hyped hatred towards Hindi cinema, for it’ll prove how any film could work if it does one thing right – entertain!
‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ is an agglomeration of grief and the grieving, a desi (more gleeful) answer to the old adage that life is, indeed, ‘the biggest tragedy’ of all—which navigates black magic and prods along an even darker subject: human nature—and it sticks for the most part, and the bits that don’t, they must be lost in the labyrinth that is life.