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Housefull 2 (also known as Housefull 2: The Dirty Dozen) is a 2012 Indian comedy film directed by Sajid Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. It is the sequel to the 2010 film, Housefull. The music is composed by Sajid-Wajid.[4] It is the second installment of Housefull film series.

Upon release, Housefull 2 received mixed reviews; however, the response was better than its predecessor and it performed well at the box office. It became a major commercial success with a worldwide gross 2 rupee.[3]

The movie is a remake of 1998 Malayalam movie Mattupetti Machan

The film opens with two cousins – Heena (Asin Thottumkal) and Bobby (Jacqueline Fernandez), the two daughters of the Kapoor family who hate each other very much – start quarrelling over something relating to their duties of Animals' Law Authority. Their fathers, Chintu (Rishi Kapoor) and Dabboo (Randhir Kapoor), are step-brothers who hate each other to the very core. Even their wives hate each other. Chintu wants the richest son-in law for his daughter, Heena, while Dabboo too wants the same for his daughter, Bobby. Aakhri Pasta (Chunky Pandey), a marriage counsellor, is ordered by both Chintu and Dabboo to find the best son-in-law. Aakhri Pasta brings Mr. Babani (Virendra Saxena) to discuss Babani's son Jai.

When Chintu misinterprets one of Aakhri's comments, he verbally abuses Babani while shouting. Babani suffers from a condition that affects his heart when he hears loud noises. Due to Chintu's shouting, Babani suffers a heart attack, landing him in a hospital. Babani's son Jai (Shreyas Talpade) comes to know of this and gets angry, then vows revenge, telling his friend Jolly/Jwala (Ritesh Deshmukh), who is the son of billionaire J.D. (Mithun Chakraborty), to go to Chintu, agree to marry his daughter and then break off the wedding at the last minute. Jolly is busy trying to introduce his girlfriend to his own father and does not want to get involved. He suggests Max (John Abraham), their former college mate and a thief, to do the job. Jay goes with Max as his driver but somehow, they end in the wrong house and go to Dabboo's house.

Jay and Max later find out their mistake. Jai, still wanting revenge, doesn't know what to do and Jolly suggests another former sleazy college mate, Sunny (Akshay Kumar). Jolly goes with Sunny as his bodyguard because Max and Sunny are sworn enemies and as Dabboo's house and Chintu's house are right next to each other, their plan may get destroyed. Sunny and Jolly encounter a crocodile and Max and Jay encounter a snake. They manage to survive the attack.

While Heena and Bobby are at a cruise, they accidentally end up on an island. Max and Sunny become friends again, While Heena and Bobby become friends also . They find a resort and go home. Dabboo gets Jolly (Max/John Abraham) engaged to Bobby and Chintu gets Jolly (Sunny/Akshay Kumar) engaged to Heena. The day of the engagement, Chintu blindfolds Jolly, Sunny, Jai and Heena and takes them to J.D.'s house. After seeing the real Jolly holding Sunny's garland, J.D. believes that Jolly got engaged to Heena. Luckily, Sunny convinces him. Jolly calls them at midnight and reveals his father's secret of being Jagga Daaku . He also reveals that his real name is Jwala. After Sunny fools Chintu, Chintu calls Dabboo in excitement and tells him that his daughter, Heena, is getting married to Jolly, the son of J.D. Confused, and believing Max to be Jolly, Dabboo takes Max and Bobby to J.D.'s mansion. Sunny handles the situation well by fooling J.D. by taking the name of his religion and tells him that Max is Jolly's friend and Bobby is Max's fiance (though actually it is true) and Max's father is against his and Bobby's marriage. J.D. then welcomes Bobby, Max and her family to his house and tells them to stay there till Bobby and Max's marriage.

Batuk Patel (Boman Irani) arrives with his daughter Parul (Shazahn Padamsee) to make things worse. Jay and Jwala come to receive them from the airport. But when they see Parul, Jay and Jwala lie that Jay is Jolly. Parul becomes happy hearing this as they secretly love each other. Jelo (Zarine Khan) gives Jwala the ultimatum  — take me to your house or forget me. To help Jwala, Sunny lies to J.D., saying that Jelo is his fiance, and J.D. again agrees to let her live there as Sunny takes the name of his religion. Sunny and Max lie to their respective fathers-in-law that the other guy is the son of J.D. and a maid servant in the mansion. This creates a lot of confusion.

When Sunny's father as well as Max's 'Guru' tells them never to break anyone's heart, Sunny and Max tell the truth to Heena and Bobby. Enraged, Bobby and Heena slap Max and Sunny respectively and tell them that they never want to see their faces again. But thinking that instead of telling the truth, Sunny and Max could have done more wrong with them, the two sisters forgive the two boys on the very next day. There Jay and Jolly also let off their plan of revenge on Kapoors on Jay's father's advice. Then Heena proposes Sunny in Sunny's style and Bobby proposes Max in Max's style.

On the day of the four couples' marriage, J.D. and the other brides' fathers learn the truth about the grooms and that they have been lying all this time. Finally Bobby and Heena convince their fathers to forget their enmity and live together as blood brothers. Chintu and Dabboo join hands and so do their wives. But J.D. was not convinced by them telling the truth, so he turns back into Jagga Daku and starts frightening the families with his gun. He tries to shoot Sunny with his gun as Sunny runs towards J.D. to save him from the falling chandelier and then he understands what was happening. In the end, all the grooms get married to their respective girlfriends.

Akshay Kumar as Sunny
Asin Thottumkal as Heena Kapoor,Chintu's daughter and Sunny's girlfriend.
John Abraham as Max
Jacqueline Fernandez as Bobby Kapoor, Dabboo's daughter and Max's girlfriend.
Ritesh Deshmukh as Jwala (Jolly), The son of famous billionaire J.D aka Jagga Dakku.
Zarine Khan as Jelo, Jolly's girlfriend
Shreyas Talpade as Jai Babani
Shazahn Padamsee as Parul Patel,Daughter of Batuk Patel and Jai's girlfriend.
Boman Irani as Batuk Patel, J.D's old friend whom he met in during war of Gangapur and father of Parul Patel
Mithun Chakraborty as J.D (Jagga Dakku), A famous billionaire who was once a bandit in Gangapur 30 years ago.
Randhir Kapoor as Dabboo Kapoor
Rishi Kapoor as Chintu Kapoor
Chunky Pandey as Aakhri Pasta
Johnny Lever as Mithai Patil, J.D and Jolly's house servant.
Malaika Arora Khan as Anarkali/Hetal/Sarla(cameo appearance)
Vindu Dara Singh as Sosa Singh
Neelu Kohli as Dolly Kapoor
Suparna Marwah as Sweety Kapoor
Ranjeet as Dr. Ranjeet V. Asna K. Pujari (Sunny's father)
Virendra Saxena as Mr. Babani
Henrik Liljegren as Airline pilot
Prince Charles as Prince Charles

Sequel and production
The sequel of Housefull 3 was confirmed by producer Sajid Nadiadwala on 30 September 2010. The filming started on 9 June 2011 in London and Peterborough.[5] The second schedule started from 1 October 2011 in Filmistan Studio, Mumbai and the last schedule was shot in December in Thailand, with one of the locations being the Sheraton Krabi Beach Resort. Sajid Nadiadwala hired a Hollywood action-set for Akshay Kumar's character.

The full album released on 22 February 2012. The making of the song "Papa Toh Band Bajaye" was leaked to YouTube in early January 2012.[6] Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya filed a lawsuit against the film's producers, saying that the melody for "Do U Know" had been copied from his 2005 song "Baje Jo Bansi". The lyrics were penned by Sameer, and the songs were composed by Sajid-Wajid.[7]

The film score was composed by Sandeep Shirodkar.

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