Well settled in their careers and earning a good living Gogo, Thakur and Chauka get into relationships.
Eventually, the three are tortured in their own unique, yet relatable ways.
Their experiences include dealing with a girl's best friends and getting relationship advice from people with failed relationships themselves. Read Full Synopsis Well settled in their careers and earning a good living Gogo, Thakur and Chauka get into relationships.
They include being made to feel both ‘cheap' and ‘indulgent' depending on the girl's mood, while paying for everything.
Their responsibilities now range from becoming an errand boy, a handyman, an on-call IT help, for not just the girl, but for everyone in the girl's family - being good enough to be trusted with everything, but just not the girl.
Back in 2011, when a film school graduate made a film highlighting the issues that men face in urban relationships, he was instantly termed as a misogynist.
The movie went on to do well at the box office, and was later referred to as a cult classic.
Looks like Luv Ranjan is in no mood to let these judgments effect his movie-making aspirations, because in the sequel of the 2011 romantic comedy, we see even more misogyny, though wrapped in slapstick comedy and constant abusive words.
The official trailer of was released yesterday, and looking at the success of the original movie, we see the names of reputed production houses in the credits.
Thanks to this, we get to see exotic foreign locations in the movie, as opposed to Delhi and Goa that we saw in the original.
Audiences may believe Pyaar Ka Punchnama2 (PKP 2) is this Punjabi lad’s debut movie but Sunny Singh Nijjar has done cameos in Akaash Vani and Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji. I had a confrontation in the police station with my girlfriend and we broke up, just like you in the movie. “At a family wedding, the pheras were on and the panditji was chanting mantras, when one of my cousins yelled, ‘Chal jhoothi! We’d would burst out laughing even before we had enacted the scene! “I’m a Punjabi - so I’m a yaaron ka yaar type of guy like him. She made me wait at an ice-cream parlour saying she’d join me after her dance rehearsals. It was fun.” He goes on to share interesting incidents from the set.
He swept over audiences by his role of the ‘hopeless in love’ Siddharth aka Chauka in PKP 2. Mere haath pair toot gaye hain but please keep making movies like this! An hour later when I stepped out I saw her walking away with some other guy! “While shooting the song Heeriye on a yacht, the boys had to jump into the sea without any life jacket.
Son of well-known action director Jai Singh Nijjar, Sunny admits that he wanted to be an actor ‘by hook or crook’. Kartik looked at me and I looked at Omkar saying, ‘Bhai, ab toh gaye.’ It was scary but the scene required it. ” He’s an industry kid but he knows that without talent you can’t survive.
One guy with a fractured hand came up to me and said, ‘Bro, you saved me. The way he delivered the line to his onscreen girlfriend (played by Sonnalli Seygall) before breaking up with her has touched a chord with the youngsters. “My mom regularly visits the gurudwara to pray for me. I want to do them proud.” Sonnalli and Sunny had a great working relationship. I also bonded well with Kartik (Aaryan) and Omkar (Kapoor). He used to make us go for vacations and camping together.