A reviewer wrote: "It raises and addresses that deep-seated desire engrained in of us all: the sense of belonging and need for identity, w/out which we fail to really understand ourselves." I agree. I also love Master's comment to Sajid: "We're all part of the same story, and we in our turn will leave traces too. What we leave and how we choose to live is entirely up to us. That’s what makes life so interesting."
Perhaps it is a typical British comedy, but I kindda like this film. It has such easy, but enjoyable and quite smart humours--without play it over. It is also able to lift the cultural clashes issues in an enjoyable way. In fact, I like this sequel more than the previous film.