Tanu Weds Manu Returns | Movie Review 23 May 2015   371


Star Cast: Kangana Ranuat, R. Madhavan, Jimmy Shergill, Deepak Dobriyal
Director: Aanand L. Rai
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Duration: 2 hours

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Straight away, Tanu Weds Manu Returns is a total delight that keeps you laughing, sighing, cheering – and guessing throughout. After a stormy romance, Tanu (Kangana) married Manu (Madhavan) four years ago. But in London, the sparks between them die.
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Book My Show:

The movie carries forward the plot of Tanu Weds Manu (2011), and we can see all the actors reprising their original roles. The film begins with Tanuja Trivedi (Kangana Ranaut) getting married to Manu Sharma (R. Madhavan), and what follows is an instant time leap of 4 years.
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Once in a while, an actor overpowers the movie, and Kangana Ranaut does that with this one. It takes a lot of effort to take your eyes off this girl, who dazzles with dual performances, as she plays two dramatically diagonal roles — one as the ebullient, effervescent, free spirited Tanu
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The film begins four years after the marriage of Tanu (Kangana Ranaut) and Manu Sharma (Madhavan) who’re now struggling to get along with each other. After a serious clash that lands Manu in a mental asylum, Tanu finds herself back in India with her family.
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Bollywood Hungama:

Around five years ago, a film named TANU WEDS MANU hit the silver screens. In a world of vfx, gadgets and gizmos, this film not just stood out, but also proved to be a huge box-office hit, purely because of its simple content and easy-to-digest plot and very relatable performances by its cast.
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NDTV Movies:

Movie sequels are all too often horribly musty affairs. Tanu Weds Manu Returns isn’t one. Notwithstanding the stray false notes that the film strikes, especially in the run-up to the climax, it is a bright and breezy romp that draws sustenance from its droll dialogues, outstanding cast of actors and all-round jollity
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Every once in a while comes a film so disarming, you can’t help but look beyond the contrivances and submit yourself to its infectious charm. ‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’, directed by Anand L Rai, is a crowd-pleaser in every sense of the term.
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The Indian Express:

Kanpur wali ‘teekhi mirch’ Tanu is back. So is Manu, the ‘bheegi billi’ from London. Four years back, in ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, they met, sparred, and mated. Now, they are still together, but the marriage has become more a rattle of guns than a bed of roses.
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India Today:

Four years into marriage, Tanuja Trivedi aka Tanu (Kangana Ranaut) and Manoj Sharma aka Manu (R Madhavan) have driven each other hysterical. Literally. Writer-director Aanand L Rai starts off with the couple screaming out a lengthy
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Tanu Weds Manu Returns is not merely superior to its predecessor but the flamboyance and fun it provides is an implication we’re not quite done with this mad duo yet, writes Sukanya Verma. Never judge a marriage by its wedding.
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Four years ago Tanuja (Tanu) Trivedi married Manoj (Manu) Sharma, a NRI doctor despite all odds. Tanu was set to marry Raja Awasthi (Jimmy Sheirgill). But Manu stayed firm in his love for Tanu despite facing odds from her as well. All’s well that ends well…
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