Director: Anees Bazmee
Actors: Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, John Abraham, Dimple Kapadia, Shruti Haasan, Naseeruddin Shah, Shiney Ahuja
Rating: 2.5 / 5
Earlier Welcome that didn’t get well with me initially, over time it rose up to entertain with a good amount of funny moments that it had. That made some expectations and excitement for this sequel. The movie starts with almost the same theme as earlier but never feels repetitive. A good amount of hard work is done by the dialogue writer to ensure good funny bones with same ingredients as before. You’ll get a feeling that you are being served a different drink in the same bottle. Although the drink tastes same but fortunately it tastes good. It has many good punches but no bad ones. Sometimes the rhythm becomes less funny but still gives a good time pass.
The worst part was the ending. Very religiously they stuck to the earlier theme of having a bad ending as well. If ending would have been shortened and improvised upon, smiles would have been wider.
Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor and Paresh Rawal once again picked the whole movie on their shoulders. All three characters had some good dialogues that they made awesome by their amazing dialogue deliveries. John was not much in his character and Shruti was very bad. Others are not worth mentioning.
After the sting of bad movies for so many years, Anees Bazmee came up with something better this time. Hard work was seen but still, he needs to pull up his socks to get things right.
Music was very poor and didn’t get along with anything in the movie. The first part had many good song sequences.
Overall, a good comedy sting with good dialogues by good actors.