Welcome To Karachi is a comedy drama about Kedar and Shami, event managers in Gujarat who suddenly land up in Karachi in an interesting turn of events. The comedy of errors begins thereon - two clueless men stranded in a different country without their passports and visas. Do they manage to reach their homeland?
Welcome To Karachi is a comedy drama about Kedar and Shami, event managers in Gujarat who suddenly land up in Karachi in an interesting turn of events. The comedy of errors begins thereon - two clueless men stranded in a different country without their passports and visas. Do they manage to reach their homeland? less
“Welcome to Karachi is one comedy film that could have been awesome, but it just didn't deliver. ”
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The highly anticipated film, at least by me, was finally watched today. I expected a lot from the trailer of Welcome 2 Karachi & the film as a whole delivered almost 60% of it. The only person who keeps the film together is Arshad Warsi. His comic timing is impeccable in the film as usual. However, Jacky Bhagnani tries being funny to & surprisingly, most of the time he IS funny. If you’re going for few laughs & few WTFs, Welcome 2 Karachi is going to be a joy ride for you but if you expect something grand, it’s going to be a disappointment.
The story is about 2 losers who tries to go to America by sea but due to bad weather, they end up crashing in Karachi. And then ISI, Taliban, Pakistani Army as well American Army get behind them. The story on paper looks fun but in reality, it looks like a drag filled with unnecessary songs & sequences. There are jokes where you’ll laugh your heart out but then there’ll be times when you’ll feel bored & maybe want to get out of theatre as well to buy popcorn & stuff.
Overall, Arshad Warsi’s acting is commendable. His comic sense & timing is just brilliant. He seriously is one of the most underrated actors of Bollywood. Jacky Bhagnani tries. Others don’t even try much in the film to act. Direction was okay-ish. Story could’ve been better since the topic is SO MUCH interesting. India-Pakistan is always a fun topic (And today only we saw how Salman Khan is using it in Bajrangi Bhaijaan effectively). Songs in the film are seriously unnecessary & music is blah.
If you really love Arshad Warsi and/or want to laugh over some cool jokes, go for it. Otherwise, just wait till it comes out on DVD or Television.