Kangana’s Double Dhamaal is double dose of entertainment and Masaala

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Movie Review : 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns'  
Cast : Kangana Ranaut, R.Madhwan, Jimmy Shergill, Deepak Dobriyal, Eijaz Khan, Swara Bhaskar
Director : Anand L. Rai
Production company : Eros International
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Mumbai : The Double dose of 'Queen' star Kangana Ranaut, 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' finally hit the theaters today, after a hang around. The film is the second installment in the series, whose first part impressed myriads of moviegoers four years ago. Talking about the film, it is sure to say that you indeed won’t get disappointed with the film.

Kangana’s Double Dhamaal on the screen is the surety of entertainment and masaala. Being the sequel of the earlier hit, it would have been difficult for the makers to stand on the expectations of the fans, however believe us, Anand L. Rai has effortlessly managed the same.

From being electrifying, chucklesome to engrossing, 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' movie have every elements to allure the audiences. Film opens up in London, where Tanu and Manu reside after their marriage. In the prequel, we saw their hilarious wedding and in the sequel, things have been really changed.

Yes, instead of being a loving pair, the two have become a disputing couple and fight over every small and big things. This is where Tanu leaves Madhavan and returns to India, thereafter she behaves in the same wild way that we have witnessed in the prequel itself. Enchantress Tanu entices her old lovers moreover sends divorce notice to Manu.

Manu rages to Indian getting the divorce papers and here comes Kusum aka Datto in his life. Kusum is a Haryanvi state level athlete from Jhajjar, who is a look alike of Tanu. Unknowing the fact that it’s her alikeness to Tanu that is making him trapped he falls for her.

Along with the witty characters, Tanu Weds Manu Returns songs are another out of the ordinary facet of the movie that catches the eye. Kanagna’s both the characters are totally diverse from each other however the Queen has managed to woo us in both.

As much as the movie is concerned, Kangana has done a brilliant and applauding job in both her characters of Tanu and Kusum. Madhavan, who has been gone missing on the big screen since a while, has also done and impressive job. Jimmy is too justified per part well.

There are many quirky instances and one-liners in the movie, which would tickle your funny bone. Well we need to mention that Deepak Dobriyal as Pappi has been a cynosure.

As much as the second half of the film is concerned, there are some things, which seems to be forced however, the niches are easily forgettable. Else everything in the film is just over the top.

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