2: Fun And Frustration Story: Venky (Venkatesh) marries Harika (Tamannaah) with high hopes of leading a happy married life. Varun (Varun Tej) enjoys Harika’s sister Honey (Mehreen Pirzada) and has engaged to her with the exact same objective in mind. When the guys realise they are better off as 13, However, what happens?
F2: Fun And Frustration Review: When it comes to humour, there is not one type of it that will tickle everyone’s funny bone. Some like it subtle, some slapstick, and then there are. However, there’s also the category who like to laugh away their sorrows with humorous message that is cliché about hard life is forward. That’s the category Anil Ravipudi is looking to tap into with this movie, which is full of dialogues that do seem like forward that are tuned.
Venky (Venkatesh) is an orphan looking for marriage proposals and can be found appropriate by Harika (Tamannaah) since she is not looking to marry into a family. Varun (Varun Tej) is a carefree Telangana childhood who’s head-over-heels in love with Harika’s sister, the multi-talented Honey (Mehreen Pirzada) for a whole whopping month before her family decides to have them engaged and married shortly after. However, it is not shortly ahead of the Cobras (co-brother-in-laws) decide they are better off with no girls in their lives and choose to flee to another country. However, what happens when the girls opt to give them a taste of their own medicine?
This film’s plot dusted in movies so many times and was done, there is really nothing anyone. The first half of this movie seems like one long rant by guys that are defeated on girls nag. Is just one mess that brings in characters, including Prakash Raj who performs with the family friend of with the women. Anil Ravipudi depends on the humour component of this movie to pull at it in fleshing out any of those characters, he appears to have decided not to invest. The guys are victims falling prey to the girls that are nagging they are married to, end of story. Logic of course goes for a toss, which is nice as itself does not call for much seeing.
The good news is that Venkatesh is in complete form here, mouthing the most cliché one-liners with panache and sincerity . He invests his dialog delivery but even expressions and the body language. An earnest performance is delivered by varun Tej on the other hand, holding his own although not looking like a million dollars. It’s only his Telangana accent that is a put off, seeing as Priyadarshi unfortunately accompanied him originally. Mehreen and tamannaah, who do not even get introduction titles do, make the best of what they are offered. Mehreen is special conveys her personality through even though it is really simple to create her seem caricature-ish. The sad part is despite the they’re given, focus appears to be on displaying their’glamour’ by donning them in lingerie, sarees as well as bikinis. If they had a story to bank on Vennela Kishore prakash Raj, Jhansi, Rajendra Prasad and co nail their roles.
Give this one a chance this weekend if you’re searching for something which you could leave your brains for and appreciate no matter this old template that is tired. Give it a go for Venkatesh, who saves this movie. But give it a hard miss if sex tropes and humour aren’t your cup of tea.