Initially, the sequel to the comic caper Welcome titled Welcome Back seemed well-prepared to clash with the much awaited Aamir Khan starrer P.K. and now news is that the makers have decided to release the film, a week prior to the scheduled date, i.e...
The film, a sequel to his 2007 comic caper Welcome, has been produced by Firoz A Nadiadwala and stars John Abraham, Shruti Haasan, Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia, Shiney Ahuja and Ankita Srivastava...
Adult actor Sunny Leone may be the hottest thing in Bollywood now, but actors and ‘family men’ Anil Kapoor and Nana Patekar apparently wanted her out of the sequel of their film, Welcome.
Movie review: The Attacks of 26/11 is criminally awful 10:36 Mar 01 2013 from in.com
A subject like the terror attacks begged for sensitive handling but what you get instead is a movie so grossly Bollywood-ised, it's hard to watch after a while
To be really frank, there is nothing kamaal about Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal.
Malamaal Weekly's sequel is bland and excruciatingly boring. The lines are so lousy that they inspire the most expressive face-palm moments.
You're in for some clean, healthy, wholesome and engaging fun in this comic drama.
Actor Nana Patekar doesn't believe in asking people to watch his films as he feels his job ends once he completes the shooting for a project."My work ends
An interesting film, and far superior to the prolific Priyadarshan's other recent comedies like De Dana Dan and Malamaal Weekly
It seems Katrina's career might soar high! She is excited about her role in the 'Rajneeti' sequel. She has a hint of the script, and is looking