Welcome Back (2015)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 33 mins

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An action comedy film directed by Anees Bazmee, starring Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, John Abraham and Shruti Haasan in the lead roles.
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Passes muster

"Welcome Back" is mediocrity dressed up in glamorous robes and locales, drones and camels against the sand dunes and it is such a ham fest that it literally bursts your eardrums.The cast is stellar and yet apart from the iconic jodi of Nana Patekar and Anil Kapoor and to a lesser extent Paresh Rawal, none in the cast impress.The gags keep coming and the situations seem so juvenile..that you would not mind watching a Disney kiddo re- run.John Abraham flaunts his hot bod and Shruthi Hassan is the simpering damsel caught between her lover gunda and her GUNDAY bhai log.Its such a shame to see the luminous Dimple Kapadia being reduced to a bundle of jokes and newbie Ankita Srivastava struts her bikini clad bod almost in your face that even the more charming Surveen Chawla in a typical Bollywood wedding song seems like a whiff of fresh air.The songs are painful and perfectly designed to take loo/canteen breaks.This is so unwelcome..There is a scene where Akshay Kumar is shown with pigeons on his head and shoulders from the part 1 which even makes Welcome part 1 seem like Oscar material.This one wont even make to the Bollywood Karela awards.

if u wanna laugh non stop for three hours then this movie is the correct choice!!

i was totally double minded to watch this movie or not.. tot its going to be same boring Bollywood crap.. but nope.. this turned out to be extremely hilarious... i laughed non stop through out the movie... the dialogues are the killers... every dialogue is new and different.. its not ghissa pitah but ekdum NAYA !! ... this is a must watch... i am planning to watch it a few more times mostly in theators.. :P

as Sagar 'Majnu' Pandey
as Ajju Bhai/Ajay Barsi
as Uday Shankar Shetty
as Dr Ghunghroo
as Ranjhana
Special Appearance
Special Appearance
Special Appearance
as Uday's lawyer
as Rajkumari
as Thief
as Maharani
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Supporting Actor
as Ballu-Uday's man
as Wanted Bhai
Supporting Actor
as Narrator
as Sheetal
Supporting Actress
as Wanted's son
as Sagar's goon
as Mrs. Ghungroo


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Frame Rate:
24 fps
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2.35:1, 2.39:1 (Scope)
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Movie Connection(s):
Reference: Ghulam (Hindi)
Reference: Khal Nayak (Hindi)
Fardeen Khan was the first choice for John Abraham's role. But since Fardeen is taking a break from films since 2010, he refused the film. John Abraham was then signed

Rekha was considered for Dimple Kapadia 's role when Amitabh Bachchan was about to be signed for the film

After Feroz Khan passed away, Amitabh Bachchan was considered to step into his role in the sequel. It was then decided to write a new character that was to be eventually played by Nasseruddin Shah

Asin and Sonakshi Sinha were considered for female lead but due to date problems Shruti Hassan got role

John Abraham replaced akshay kumar in this sequel

First Bollywood film to be shot in Burj Khalifa.