Fukreys are back with double entertainment, double dhamaal and double trouble.The strongest fact of the film is the performances of the actors. And once again, the scene stealer is Varun Sharma as Choocha, the amiable weirdo with superpowers to watch bizarre dreams which win him a lottery. In this part of the film, his powers have extended, but sadly his mind hasn’t and he still pronounces Goa as Goya and still can’t get over the fact that Lali does not love him (as always). The real surprise is the measured comedy timing by Pankaj Tripathi as Panditji, the scheming college watchman. With his tremendous comic timing, he leaves you in splits in a majority of the scenes which he is in. The rest of the cast, too, have attempted their roles perfectly. The second half of the movie is plot-heavy and feels a lil bit stretched out. Although, the jokes keep coming which make it bearable.