Critics Review


The trio of Nana, Anil and Paresh shines in the silly sequel!

There are some terrific one-liners and brilliant scenes will surely tickle your funny bone especially the �graveyard scene�. (more)

Source: Divay Agarwal, MovieCrow


Unlimited ambitions, limited fun

Dear fans of Welcome, before you start missing Akshay Kumar�s innocent act, we tell you that it's sequel, Welcome Back, is much more ambitious and the director has concentrated more on the grandeur of the sets than the chemistry between the actors. (more)

Source: Rohit Vats, Hindustan Times


Welcome Back is stuck in the past.

Welcome Back, a follow-up to a money-spinning comic romp made all of seven years ago, is as appealing as a dunk in a garbage dump.(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies


Movie Review

Director Anees Bazmee (who also doubles up as the film's writer) needs to be patted on the back for having handled an ensemble cast (read 'plethora of stars'), all under one roof, with utmost ease. All those who loved WELCOME will not be disappointed with WELCOME BACK.(more)

Source: Bollywood Hungama News Network, Bollywood Hungama


Watch it only if you're in the mood for brain-dead humour

Welcome Back doesn�t try to be anything more than what its predecessor was. And it needs to be evaluated according to the genre it belongs to. There is nothing called a screenplay in this film. The director merely plays around with the characters that became popular with the first film.(more)

Source: Sarita A Tanwar, DNA


Want to crack a rib with laughter fit? Watch it!

'Welcome Back' is vibrant and the ensemble cast keeps it gripping. The screenplay is brilliant, just a little bit of loops in editing in the first song. The comic flavour of the movie has been kept intact and the direction has been profoundly beaded into scenes.(more)

Source: Dhriti Sharma, Zee News