Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Reviews

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  • 60 DNA | Tushar Joshi

    Yes, it's a guy film about women bashing, but PKP2 has sparks of some brilliant writing, a feel good cast and some hilarious moments that you just can't miss! Watch it with your guy friends to enjoy it the most.


  • 70 Bollywood Hungama | Taran Adarsh

    Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 packs a solid punch with its unusual, yet relevant storyline. It is a film for youngsters who may patronize it in a big way. Luv Ranjan also needs to be applauded for having written funny dialogues. The lingo that has been used in the film is straight out of real life, laced with some crackling and witty one-liners. Recommended, go for it!


  • 60 Hindustan Times | Sweta Kaushal

    All the actors fit perfectly into their characters: The boys effortlessly depict what men often discuss during boys’ talk and the girls play dumb as and when the character demands. Made on a small budget of about Rs 9 crore, the film might well be a hit and it won’t be surprising at all. Our verdict? Go for the film, have some fun and have a happy weekend.


  • 20 Indian Express | Shubhra Gupta

    Despite its pointedly callow pro-bro point of view, in which girls were all strictly hos, ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnaama’ was mostly fresh and funny in a we-are-all-poor-trod-upon-guys- together kind of way.The first ​had some punch and​ was okay for a bunch of laughs. The sequel is flat and unfunny.


  • 20 NDTV | Saibal Chatterjee

    Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 does pretty much things as the first movie, but the novelty has worn off and it is saddled with an insufferably inept screenplay. The result: this tawdry boys-meet-girls rigmarole is a whole lot of unbearable blather. Does Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 have any redeeming features? Go look for a needle in a haystack. It might be easier to find.


  • 50 The Times of India | Meena Iyer

    In all fairness, this film may resonate with some masochistic sorts who like taking a whipping in love. Or still others, who just enjoy a few laughs at the cinemas each week!


  • 40 Koi Moi | Manjusha Patil

    The story or premise is basically the same as Part I. But it is tweaked and garnished with different detailing to make it appear different. If you have really enjoyed Part I, then you won’t mind this one too but don’t expect a lot of fun.