Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Pankaj Tripathi, and Richa Chadha are back with the third installment of the Fukrey franchise.
Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Pankaj Tripathi and Richa Chadha are back with the third instalment of the Fukrey franchise.
Last Updated: 01.51 PM, Sep 05, 2023
The official trailer of Fukrey 3 dropped today and it is spreading like wildfire on the internet – for negative reasons! If you are a true Delhiite, you can surely acknowledge that the city is more than just making use of ‘abusive language’ and ‘hardcore politics’.
About Fukrey 3’s trailer
Before we speak in detail about the trailer, let us know the details of the film. Fukrey 3 is an eagerly awaited Hindi film directed by Mrighdeep Singh Lamba and produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani under the renowned banner of Excel Entertainment. As the third installment in the popular Fukrey franchise, the movie features a talented ensemble cast including Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Richa Chadha, and Pankaj Tripathi. Audiences can mark their calendars for the film's release on September 28, 2023, and brace themselves for another round of ‘not-so’ hilarious adventures with the beloved characters from the Fukrey series.
At the beginning of the trailer, Varun Sharma and Pulkit Samrat essay the role of two school-going students who flunk their high-school exams and thus, are unable to begin their college life. Varun as Choocha opens the trailer with a derogatory double-meaning joke which leaves the audience in splits.
In another scene, Richa makes an entry as ‘Bholi Punjaban’ who desires to become a high-profile politician and rule over Delhi. She opens the scene with a below-average English sentence with severe grammatical mistakes. I am wondering why the makers decided to add this cringe-worthy dialogue to the film. Did they generalize that politicians are mostly uneducated, especially those based in Delhi? Before framing Richa’s character, I think the makers should have done proper research and know that all politicians based in Delhi, irrespective of the party they belong to, have a great command over the English language.
Manjot Singh and Pankaj Tripathi are the only two characters who can bring life to this chaotic comedy. They instill a sense of practicality in the film which can help the comedy drama connect with the audiences.
Closing the trailer, Varun acts as a ‘first-time’ traveller of an airline. He asks the air hostess how the sewage is cleared on the flight. Upon hearing the reply from the air hostess, Varun delivers a cringe-worthy joke that surely struggles to entertain!
I hope the movie has much more to offer to the viewers than this trailer!