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Comedy film "Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2" has tickled the funny bones of the film critics. The film is a sequel to "Pyaar Ka Punchnama", which was released in 2011.

"Pyaar Ka Punchnama" had impressed critics in 2011 and thus there are expectations from the second installment of the film. And "Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2" have lived up to the expectations.

Early reviews suggest that the "Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2" is funnier than the first installment. According to critics, the film is worth watching, as it is hilarious and backed with funny one-liners.

Directed by Luv Ranjan, the film features Nushrat Bharucha, Sonali Sehgall, Ishita Sharma and lead actor Kartik Aryan reprising their roles in the sequel, while Raayo S Bakhirta and Divyendu Sharma have been replaced by two debutantes Sunny Singh and Omkar Kapoor, respectively.

Read the critics reviews below:

Subhash K Jha in his review said: "A spirit of sassy exploration runs through this extremely enjoyable vaguely misogynistic comedy. Pyaar Ka Punchnaama 2(PKP2) is not just bolder more provocative than the first part. It's a lot sexier and smarter. A chirpy chutzpah cuts through the sharply-written narrative creating a credible and disturbing argument against urban relationships of convenience." 

Bollywood Hungama in its review said: "On the whole PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA 2 packs a solid punch with its unusual, yet relevant storyline. It is a film for youngsters who may patronize it in a big way. Recommended, go for it!"

Sreeju Sreedharan of BollywoodLife.com said: "The film reaches the intermission point with a quite hilarious scene where the heroes make a.mock parody of the smoking disclaimers, using love instead of cigarettes. Hoping the film maintains the fun and tempo from the first half, while doing something different from the original in the second half!"

Deepanjana Pal of Firstpost said: " The film promotes prejudice and camouflaged in its 'insights' are offensive stereotypes that you'd hope modern India would want to shatter rather than reinforce." 

Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express said: "In the sequel all we get is more of the same, minus the freshness and the age-appropriate smart lines."

Sweta Kaushal of Hindustan Times said: "All the actors fit perfectly into their characters: The boys effortlessly depict what men often discuss during boys' talk and the girls play dumb as and when the character demands."