I planned to write this one ages ago, soon after watching the movie. However, I found that I had very little to say about the movie.

It is a Nana Patekar – Anil Kapoor comedy with assorted extras including Akshay I’m-on-a-roll Kumar, Paresh If-it-involves-comedy-I-have-to-be-present-even-if-I’m-not-funny-in-it Rawal, Katrina Gorgeous-trumps-acting-every-time Kaif and Mallika A-C-cup-trumps-acting-every-time-too Sherawat. When the aforementioned headliners are on screen, the movie is fantastic. When they aren’t, it barely makes the grade.

That’s about it. Call it the elongated middle name school of film reviewing, if you will.

I will, however, close this review with a quip I heard when I came out of the movie. I had gone to watch it with my wife and a couple of  friends and we were discussing that Katrina Kaif seemed to have put on a little weight. My wife commented, a little cattily, I might add :-), that the extra poundage didn’t suit her. To which my friend quipped, “More of Katrina is always welcome.”


2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. memsaab says:

    I saw this in India with no subtitles…and I enjoyed it. And didn’t need subtitles. I think that sums it up nicely 🙂

  2. Most Bollywood movies I’ve seen don’t seem to need subtitles 🙂

    Which might serve to explain why a well-made one with good dialogue makes me feel exhilarated.


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