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Welcome To New York

Released Date : Feb 23, 2018

Directed by : Chakri Tleti

Box Office : 2.37 Crores

Genre : 3D comedy

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The film is a torturous endorsement of IIFA. The only question popping up in your mind is, 'What is it?' Is it a film or a fancy documentary on IIFA Awards in New York. Enter the theatre at your own risk or at least carry a punching bag along with you if you are unfortunate to see it. Source : Visit site for more
The laughs are few and far between and most scenes and dialogues which manage to tickle the funny bone involve Karan and Riteish. The biggest let-down is the script and the various tracks in the narrative don’t always come together as a whole and seem contrived. The visual effects in the film are also tacky, to say the least. Actual footage from the awards show doesn’t blend in seamlessly with the portions which were shot later. The film must have sounded clever on paper as it doesn’t take itself too seriously and attempts to recreate the irreverent tonality, characteristic of the banter at award shows. However, it doesn’t always manage to hit the bull’s eye. Source : Visit site for more
There are maybe two or three other such moments in this film. The rest of it is an incoherent mess. Actually, Welcome to New York doesn’t feel like a film. It plays out more like an extended skit or a school play. It feels like the director Chakri Toleti made up scenes as he found actors to enact them and the actors just improvised. So Rana Daggubati playing himself is trying to get rid of the Baahubali hangover and become a romantic star. Salman Khan flexes his biceps. Riteish Deshmukh is the best – during a mani-pedi, he tries to suck up to Karan and get work. A running joke is that he gets paid much less than Karan to host. Source : Visit site for more
Karan Johar is toooo funny in this quirky comedy #WelcomeToNewYork, while Diljit Dosanjh and Riteish Deshmukh's comic timing is noteworthy... Boasts of some LOL moments and crazy one-liners... Salman, Katrina, Rana Daggubati, Sushant Singh Rajput add to the glam quotient... #WTNY Source : Visit site for more
The film is a torturous endorsement of IIFA. The only question popping up in your mind is, 'What is it?' Is it a film or a fancy documentary on IIFA Awards in New York. Enter the theatre at your own risk or at least carry a punching bag along with you if you are unfortunate to see it. Source : Visit site for more
The laughs are few and far between and most scenes and dialogues which manage to tickle the funny bone involve Karan and Riteish. The biggest let-down is the script and the various tracks in the narrative don’t always come together as a whole and seem contrived. The visual effects in the film are also tacky, to say the least. Actual footage from the awards show doesn’t blend in seamlessly with the portions which were shot later. The film must have sounded clever on paper as it doesn’t take itself too seriously and attempts to recreate the irreverent tonality, characteristic of the banter at award shows. However, it doesn’t always manage to hit the bull’s eye. Source : Visit site for more
There are maybe two or three other such moments in this film. The rest of it is an incoherent mess. Actually, Welcome to New York doesn’t feel like a film. It plays out more like an extended skit or a school play. It feels like the director Chakri Toleti made up scenes as he found actors to enact them and the actors just improvised. So Rana Daggubati playing himself is trying to get rid of the Baahubali hangover and become a romantic star. Salman Khan flexes his biceps. Riteish Deshmukh is the best – during a mani-pedi, he tries to suck up to Karan and get work. A running joke is that he gets paid much less than Karan to host. Source : Visit site for more
Karan Johar is toooo funny in this quirky comedy #WelcomeToNewYork, while Diljit Dosanjh and Riteish Deshmukh's comic timing is noteworthy... Boasts of some LOL moments and crazy one-liners... Salman, Katrina, Rana Daggubati, Sushant Singh Rajput add to the glam quotient... #WTNY Source : Visit site for more

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