5 years of ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’: Reasons to revisit the much-loved comedy film – Times of India
On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the film, we take a look at five reasons why the film deserves a revisit!
Sequel to a sleeper hit
After winning the hearts of the audiences with their performances in the first instalment of the film, the cast of ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ came back with a bang. But apart from Kartik Aryan, the other two were replaced by Omkar Kapoor and Sunny Singh. However, they prove to be a perfect fit for the role.
Nushrat Bharucha, Sonalli Seygall and Ishita Sharma impressed the audience in the second instalment too with their pretty, seductive and witty ways.
Gang of boys
Kartik Aaryan, Omkar Kapoor and Sunny Singh take their pity tale ahead in the sequel. However, as always, they always have each other’s back.
While they have a blast with each other, they are also back again whining about bad relationship choices. Amidst their love stories and relationship woes, their friendship is put to test and they come out with flying colours.
Catchy one-liners and dialogues
‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ received immense praise and love for its power-packed dialogues and punch lines, not to mention the famous monologue of Kartik Aaryan.
‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ is also filled with some solid punch-lines and catchy dialogues. The sequel also had the Kartik’s monologue. It is these fantastic dialogues and lines that has made the film and its characters memorable.
Take on modern relationships
‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ explored different angles and aspects of relationships and attraction amongst the three lead pairs. Unlike the first instalment, Luv Ranjan gave his men a fair chance this time to speak their mind.
Apart from an entertaining storyline and catchy dialogues, the film also had some amazing chartbuster songs. Right from the foot-tapping number ‘Paro’ to the romantic track ‘Heeriye’, you are sure to play the songs on a loop.
The album is a great mix of an energetic musical score, which makes it completely youth-centric.