Fukrey 3 – External Reviews

Fukrey 3 – External Reviews
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Fukrey 3 – External Reviews

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by Urmimala Banerjee,

Bollywood Life
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…Fukrey 3 might not a comedy that makes you laugh uproariously but some of its comic punches are terrific. The climax is very entertaining. Varun Sharma shows us once again why he is the heart and soul of the Fukrey series…

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by Manisha Chauhan,

DNA
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…You will not like the film if you try to find the logic behind the story, but you will definitely love Fukrey 3 if you want to laugh and not want to use your brain while watching the film….

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by Murtuza,

Filmi Beat
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…Overall, Fukrey 3 is an entertaining, time-pass, comedy film. So, you can surely watch it once in the theatres and enjoy it….

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by Ganesh aag lave,

FirstPost
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…On the whole, Fukrey 3 is one of the best entertainers of 2023 with ample laughters, hilarious punches and an important social message….

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by Monika Rawal Kukreja,

Hindustan Times
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…This comedy of errors is an absolute time-pass material that doesn’t want to be thought-provoking or any sort of a conversation starter. Yet, you would enjoy it and come out of the theatre smiling, or maybe laughing depending on your taste for humour. And if you can’t stand toilet humour, please take this review as a warning….

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by Tushar joshi,

india today
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…Fukrey 3 is funny and entertaining. It has a solid first half. For fans of the franchise, the film delivers what it’s meant to do – make you laugh ! Third time definitely seems lucky for Fukrey 3 !…

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by Ridhi Suri,

India TV
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…Overall, ‘Fukrey 3’ is considered one of the best entertainers of 2023, offering plenty of laughter, wit humour and an essential social message, making it a must-watch film. PS: To understand the mention of ‘earthquake’ in the headline, you need to watch the film. Fukrey 3 is now in cinemas near you….

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by Umesh Punwani,

koimoi
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…All said and done, Fukrey 3’s title has the movie’s rating secretly hidden in it if you look closely! It continues to own & flaunt the story’s foolhardy nature, boasting about something that has become extremely rare to find – harmless fun….

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by Himesh mankad,

Pinkvilla
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…Fukrey 3 is an entertaining ride as director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba packages the film with well-integrated gags and quirky one-liners. The biggest win for the film comes with the smart writing which leads itself organically to some laugh-out-loud moments. Varun Sharma as Choocha is a show-stealer bringing the house down with laughter and the entire gang of Fukra’s – Pulkit Samrat, Pankaj Tripathi, and Manoj Singh – ensure the right energies on screen. While the editing could have been crisper, Fukrey 3 has enough comic moments in it to emerge a winner at the box office….

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So-So,
by Rohit Bhatnagar,

Free Press Journal
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…In his third attempt, a lot more times Mrig pushes to take the franchise forward which might even look forced but his characters save it with their performances….

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So-So,
by Sonil Dedhia,

News18.com
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…The characters and setting from the original are still present in this new outing, but the spontaneity is missing. The humor in the film is inconsistent; however, there are a few fantastic lines that will make you laugh out loud. The film has its moments but it’s nowhere as entertaining as the original film…

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So-So,
by Sukanya Varma,

Rediff
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…Over the course of its 150 overlong minutes, consciences awaken, romance blossoms, bonafide bums turn desh bhakts and chemistry is challenged like never before. The one between Fukrey’s cast, thankfully, is still going strong….

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So-So,
by Pratikshya Mishra,

The Quint
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…Removing Choocha from Fukrey 3 wouldn’t leave much to watch….

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So-So,
by Dhaval Roy,

Times of India
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…The film will often make you laugh, especially if you are a fan of out-and-out slapstick comedies. But the muddled-up storyline and how the events pan out leave much to be desired. That being said, it’s a decent one-time watch….

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by L L. RAVICHANDER,

Deccan Chronicle
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…Fukrey as a franchise is answering the law of diminishing returns. I would rather sit back and watch the first edition on OTT than invest in this mad indulgence which is a misadventure and a cross one at that….

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Film Companion
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…https://www.filmcompanion.in/reviews/bollywood-review/fukrey-3-review-pee-sweat-and-tears…

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Glamsham.com
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…From among the cast, for Varun Sharma as Choocha, its half the battle won as he plays the central joker and has others concentrating on his weird plans. Richa Chadha looks too listless in this part adventure, comedy, drama, thriller, and like the rest of the actors, doesn’t really add up….

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by Alaka Sahani,

indian express
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…The popular franchise which gave us a sassy, stylish and an intelligent female don should have added more meat to the character in this outing. Her badassery — such as pairing a scorpion-shaped maangtika with bridal wear — held great potential. Instead, the film is more about fukra-panti….

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by Lekha Menon,

Khaleej Times
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…The movie is in the hands of seasoned actors but there is not much they can do to elevate average writing. Pankaj Tripathi does well and his deadpan one-liners evoke a chuckle or two. Richa Chadha’s rough and rustic Bholi Punjaban is still a delight but the novelty has worn off. The same goes for the talented Varun Sharma who, as Choocha, gets to carry the bulk of the comedic weight. Manjot Singh and Pulkit Samrat are sincere and it’s evident they have all had a good time shooting for the film….

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by Mayank shekhar,

Movie Talkies
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…Timepass—stand-up comedian, Kanan Gill, best describes as a rare Indian English word—that’s both a verb/activity, and the review of that activity! Did I find the movie to be sufficiently ‘timepass’? No, but then—not gonna judge, if you do….

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by Saibal Chatterjee,

NDTV
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…Varun Sharma dominates the proceedings, but Choocha’s antics have lost their power to raise a chuckle. Eye rolls are all they are likely to get. Pulkit Samrat and Manjot Singh are reduced to glorified bystanders in Fukrey 3. Richa Chadha goes through the motions in a manner of somebody who has had enough of the increasingly repetitious rigmarole. So have we….

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by Divya Raje Bhonsale,

NewsBytes
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…A few of the things that could have been better with this movie are its timing, the second half, and the BGM. One thing that I truly missed in Fukrey 3 is Fazal’s presence.
It’s best in the first half, and too long in the second. Yet, it passes as a decent watch….

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Outlook India
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…Tripathy has a lot of fun trying to make the nonsensical look believable for him. A great actor that he is, he walks away with taalis from the audience in many of the scenes….

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by Nandini Ramnath,

Scroll.in
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…Scatological humour abounds, much of it mercifully suggested rather than shown, but still icky enough to be off-putting. The 150-minute film, after making us aware of the passage of time, finally emerges from its stupor in the final act. The makers get so confident at their ability to create mayhem that they prepare the way for a fourth Fukrey film. Cut off their supply immediately and flush it down the toilet….

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