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(Shammi), Jackky Bhagnani (Kedar Patel), Lauren Gottieb, Kirris Riviere, Ayub
Khoso, Adnan Shah, Imran Hasnee, Dalip Tahil
Ashish R Mohan
Karachi is a comedy film by Ashish R
Mohan. Occasional hilarious scenes might leave you in splits, but otherwise,
the movie fails in its genre. It turns out be a very average movie. Welcome 2
Karachi does an attempt to add humour to India-Pakistan feud, Taliban Issue,
American’s interventions, but these all turn out to be merely over-the-top
drama. The opening credits itself do not generate any curiosity but are set up
in an inferior tone.
visa rejected for the third time. His good friend and ex-navy professional
Shammi (Arshad Warsi) suggests to go to USA by cruise, if not by air. But an
accident makes them arrive at Karachi. When they learn that they are in
Karachi, both of them in their attempt to come back to India, goof up the whole
thing. They are mistaken to be intruders from across the border. Lauren plays
the role of Investigation officer who is sure that these two people (Shammi and
Kedar) might be a threat to their country.
unforeseen situations. They both definitely generate laughter through some
scenes when they accidentally get trapped sometimes amongst Pathans /
Mujahideens / Police officers / Talibans etc. Taliban Camp Scene is worth
mention, though looks very unreal, but it was so funny.
also, but as far as Jackky is concerned, he also has shown good comic timings. The
movie just projected some plots / sub plots, even attempted to present a satire
on so many pertinent issues, but somewhere, the passion got lost in
storytelling and the output turned to be very mediocre. Music is below average
and an unwanted item number ‘Shakira’ (by Lauren) was inserted.
Karachi, in spite of hilarious moments and with Arshad and Jacky in the lead, fails
to take off !
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