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Adi and Tara move to Mumbai to pursue their dreams. A chance meeting sparks off a heady, no strings attached romance until their careers pull them apart. Will ambition prevail over matters of the heart?
Aditya Roy Kapoor,
Welcome to New York is a comedy film, in which Hero (Diljit Dosanjh), a sloppy recovery agent, and Jeenal Patel (Sonakshi Sinha), a fashion designer, become part of a big Bollywood event in New York - and chaos ensues.
Kaira is a budding cinematographer in search of a perfect life. Her encounter with Jug, an unconventional thinker, helps her gain a new perspective on life. She discovers that happiness is all about finding comfort in life's imperfections.
A poor but talented Kashmiri boy Noor, is hired as a stable-keeper by Begum. He is deeply infatuated with her daughter Firdaus. Begum notices his actions and sends Firdaus to London. She asks Noor to become successful in order to win Firdaus' love. When he grows up, he becomes one of the most successful young artist of India. But Begum has another plans to demolish his desires.
I wouldn't be lying if I say I was waiting for its release ever since the first poster was out. To see Tabu, Aditya, Katrina and Abhishek working together was a very interesting prospect. It was surprising to see so many negative reviews within the first two days nonetheless I decided to watch it last night and as Noor would say... "there was an explosion in my mind!" The locations, the costumes, the music and the dialogues weave into a spell binding experience. The actors definitely did justice to the roles with Tabu and Aditya standing out. Katrina's character unfortunately did not allow her to display a lot of emotions. As I stated earlier this movie was a feast to the mind. My friend and I continued discussing the characters' motives after the movie. Somehow it was strangely relatable. But it did not create the same explosion in the heart/soul. I loved the Hawke and Paltrow's version of Great Expectations, and was glad that Fitoor is a very different adaptation. It is definitely worth a watch. And do not expect histrionics or over the top drama. The movie weirdly had a very relaxing effect. I really enjoyed it.
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