Release Date: 29 May 2015
Directed by: Ashish R. Mohan
Writers: Kushal Ved Bakshi, Vrajesh Hirjee
Stars: Arshad Warsi, Lauren Gottlieb, Jacky Bhagnani
Music: Jeet Ganguly, Amjad Nadeem, Rochak Kohli
Duration: 2 hours 12 minutes
Welcome 2 Karachi Plot: Two close buddies, kedar and Shammi, set out on a private journey trip. A substantial storm in the ocean washes them aground to Karachi in Pakistan. What takes after is a goofy ride of inept funniness!
Welcome 2 Karachi Review –
Just if there was a cutoff to being doltish, we could have been spared from the torment of some boneheaded movies in Bollywood. Making somebody laugh is likely a standout amongst the most troublesome undertakings on the planet. While the director of the movie in Bollywood have been trying to do as such, very few have really succeeded in their trials. The current week’s release, Welcome to Karachi ends up being yet another fizzled endeavor. As a political parody, the film takes up terrorism as its backbone.
Welcome to Karachi movie could have been an intense parody on terrorism had the film been substantially more tight and fresh. This movie is director Ashish R Mohan’s second movie after Khiladi 786, which was route superior to anything this one. While the film persistently sways in the middle of amusing and dull minutes in the first-half, it loses itself totally in the second half.
Jackky Bhagnani has enhanced his execution in every film. In this one as well, he makes a noteworthy showing in idealizing the Gujarati articulation and a bonehead character.
Lauren Gottlieb has a squint and-miss kind of a part in the film. The main great part is her move on a item number “Shakira”.
Music: The music collection of Welcome to Karachi ends up being as crazy as the film. Not even a track of the movie has verses worth listening to The soundtracks are unappealing, to say the least!
What’s Good: A real execution by both the performers certainly needs to be acknowledged. In spite of being an inadequately made parody, the film has its snippets of laughter.
What’s Bad: Dumb amusing that has a tendency to get more idiotic as the film advances. An insane plot makes the film go completely haywire. The second-half turns out to be deplorably exhausting and stretchy.
Final Verdict: Arshad Warsi merits a superior plot and Jackky Bhagnani needs a superior film. All things considered, Welcome To Karachi is a senseless film which won’t awe any individual who has a decent sense of humour.
Welcome 2 Karachi Rating: 1.5/5 Stars