The beloved Fukra gang is back in action with ‘Fukrey 3,’ ready to tickle the audience’s funny bones once more. Building upon the humor and charm that endeared ‘Fukrey’ and ‘Fukrey Returns’ to fans, the gang returns for more misadventures and laughter, cementing its reputation as a comedic delight.
A Familiar Journey
‘Fukrey 3’ picks up the narrative threads from where its predecessor left off, continuing a storyline that occasionally appears to move in circles. The plot takes viewers on a roller-coaster ride, spanning from African coal mines to a Delhi amusement park, with Choocha from Jamnapaar serving as the film’s heart and soul. The movie features the familiar faces of Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Chucha (Varun Sharma), Pandit Ji (Pankaj Tripathi), and Lali (Manjot Singh). This time, they venture into the realm of politics, triggered by a ‘Deja-Chu’ moment, as they decide to contest an election against the formidable Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chaddha), all in the name of serving society’s greater good. The stage is set for a showdown between Choocha and Bholi.
New Antagonists and Political Intrigue
‘Fukrey 3’ introduces a fresh antagonist in the form of the Water Mafia’s sinister Dhingra, who supports Bholi Punjaban’s election bid in exchange for her assistance in his illicit water-related activities. These activities mainly revolve around water theft and smuggling. In an effort to bolster her campaign, Bholi seeks Pandit Ji and the Fukra gang’s strategic expertise. However, it is Hunny’s clever scheme that prevails. As Choocha’s popularity continues to rise, Bholi Punjaban dispatches the Fukra gang to South Africa under the pretext of diamond hunting to prevent him from campaigning.
Twists and Turns
A startling discovery in South Africa initially brings the Fukras wealth, but it leads to unforeseen consequences, punctuated by a significant twist that injects intrigue into the narrative. Watching the Fukrey gang navigate the path guided by Choocha’s ‘Deja Chu’ visions is an absolute delight.
Directorial Brilliance and Stellar Cast
Director Mrighdeep Singh Lamba once again displays his storytelling prowess, delivering punchy humor and memorable one-liners while seamlessly conveying a social message. Vipul Vig and Mrighdeep, the creative minds behind the screenplay and dialogues, deserve commendation for crafting a blockbuster formula. Abhishek Nailwal’s background score enhances the comedic moments, adding an extra layer of entertainment.
The film rekindles the beloved bromance between Hunny and Choocha while exploring the complex love-hate dynamic between Bholi and the Fukra gang. It’s notable that Pulkit Samrat flaunts a sizzling six-pack physique, while Varun Sharma and Pankaj Tripathi steal the show with their impeccable comic timing. Pulkit and Manjot Singh reprise their roles effectively, and Richa Chaddha as Bholi emanates ruthlessness and fiery determination.