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Venky (Venkatesh) is an orphan and works as an assistant for a politician (Raghu Babu). Through a marriage bureau, he gets a match - Harika (Tamannah).

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Venky (Venkatesh) is an orphan and works as an assistant for a politician (Raghu Babu). Through a marriage bureau, he gets a match - Harika (Tamannah). Seeing that Venky is an orphan and she has no in-laws to deal with, Harika instantly says yes to the marriage. Even Venky is smitten by Harika's looks and charm. The wedding takes place lavishly and their marital life is great in the beginning. But slowly, married life takes a toll on Venky and Harika starts to torment him with her behavior, giving rise to several comic instances. To make the situation worse, Honey (Mehreen Pirzada), Harika's sister shows up at the house to live with them. One day, Venky catches Honey with her boyfriend, Varun (Varuntej), and decides to prove to Harika's family that Honey is romantically involved with a guy. And if he succeeds in doing this, they have to be his slaves for the rest of their lives. Though Venky manages to catch Honey and Varun red-handed, the family lies and says they already knew about them. They agree to get Varun and Honey married. Varun is too happy that he is finally marrying the girl he loves and pays no heed to Venky's warnings of not getting married. Slowly, even Varun starts to notice the challenges that the married life will bring in. They escape the country with their neighbor Prasad (Rajendra Prasad), in search of freedom and peace. Though the girls are heartbroken, they quickly bounce back and move on. Several funny scenes unfold when the men learn that their ladies have decided to remarry. Then the movie is all about how Varun and Venky realize their better half's importance, the divinity of marriage and what they'll do to win them back.

Critic Review

1 year ago | 123TELUGU

3.25

On the whole, F2 is a happy fun film that can be watched with your entire family. Vintage Venky is back and he makes sure that there is all-round entertainment in the film. There is no proper story or logic in the second half but this a kind of a film which should be enjoyed keeping aside all those minor issues. As the Sankranthi season is on, the film will get a wider reach as it has simple and neat fun which will impress many. Go watch it.

Critic Review

1 year ago | INDIAGLITZ

3.25

F2 has a superb first half that will have you laughing throughout.The second half too is entertaining but some flaws and cliches rob it of unalloyed zing. A thoroughgoing family entertainer for sure. Able performances help.Director Anil Ravipudi proves his worth.

Critic Review

1 year ago | TIMES OF INDIA

2.5

When it comes to humour, there’s not one kind of it that’ll tickle everyone’s funny bone. Some like it subtle, some slapstick, and then there are those who like it situational, while others prefer roasts. But, there’s also the category who love to laugh their sorrows away with cliché funny message forwards about how difficult marital life really is. That is the category Anil Ravipudi is presumably looking to tap into with this film, which is filled with dialogues that truly do sound like finely tuned forwards. Venky (Venkatesh) is an orphan looking for marriage proposals and is found suitable by Harika (Tamannaah) because she’s not looking to marry into a family. Varun (Varun Tej) is a carefree Telangana youth who is 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 get them engaged and married soon after. However, it’s not soon before the Cobras (co-brother-in-laws) decide they’re better off without the women in their lives and decide to flee to another country. But what happens when the women decide to give them a taste of their own medicine? The basic plot of the film has been done and dusted in Indian films so many times, there’s really nothing anyone can do to make it unique. The first half of the film seems like one long rant by frustrated men on how women always nag. The second half, which takes place in Europe, is one disjointed mess which brings in more characters, including Prakash Raj who plays the women’s family friend. Anil Ravipudi seemingly relies on the humour part of the film to pull it through so much; he seems to have decided to not invest in fleshing out any of the characters. The men are all innocent victims falling prey to the nagging women they’re married to, end of story. Logic of course goes for a toss, which is fine seeing as how the genre itself doesn’t call for much. The good news however, is that Venkatesh is in full form here, mouthing even the most cliché one-liners with sincerity and panache; you can’t help but find yourself laughing along. He invests not just with his dialogue delivery but even the body language and expressions. Varun Tej on the other hand delivers an earnest performance, not just looking like a million bucks but holding his own in a film he could easily drown in. It is only his Telangana accent that’s a mild put off, seeing as how he’s unfortunately accompanied by Priyadarshi initially, who’s a pro at delivering even the simplest lines in Telangana with flair. Tamannaah and Mehreen, who don’t even get introduction titles like the former two do, make the best of what they’re offered. Mehreen is particular carries her character through even though it’s so easy to make her seem caricature-ish. The sad part though is despite the ample screen-time they’re given, focus seems to be on sporadically showing off their ‘glamour’ by donning them in flimsy sarees, lingerie or even bikinis. Prakash Raj, Vennela Kishore, Jhansi, Rajendra Prasad and co nail their roles, if only they had a better story to bank on. However, give this one a chance this weekend if you’re looking for something that you can leave your brains at home for and enjoy irrespective of the tired old template. More so, give it a go for Venkatesh, who saves this film from sinking into oblivion. But give it a cold hard miss if outdated humour and gender tropes are not your cup of tea.

Critic Review

1 year ago | GREATANDHRA

3

Movie Details

Venky (Venkatesh) is an orphan and works as an assistant for a politician (Raghu Babu). Through a marriage bureau, he gets a match - Harika (Tamannah).

Genre : Comedy
Language : Telugu
Director : Anil Ravipudi
Producer : Dil Raju , Lakshman , Sireesh
Release Date(Theater) : 12th Jan, 2019
Runtime : 2h 30min
Production Co : Sri Venkateshwara Creations
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