Pakistan---a land bristling with guns of all calibre.... Where it is easier to get your hands on bullets than it is to get life saving medicines.... Where the boom of gunfire and explosions of bombs are easier to be heard than the celebrations of firecrackers..... Where a happy event like a marriage is heralded by fire from automatic rifles.... Where every Tom Diick and Harry is in possession of a deadly weapon..... Where children are taught to play with guns rather than toys since childhood.... Where rocket launchers and Stinger missiles are available like vegetables on the market.... Where having a kalashnikov like an AK 47 is considered necessary for sheer survival.... Where Americans play deadly cat and mouse games with the barbaric taliban and the murderous ISI.... Where drones attack militants from the air picking them off one by one.... Where the pathans are in hate filled rivalry with the mohajirs and the baluch lust for the blood of the punjabis.... Where minorities like hindus and sikhs have long been ethnically cleansed to near extinction.... A land prowled by thugs and thieves and terrorists and murderers.... A where suicide bombers are a dime a dozen.... The most dangerous country on earth.... And the most dangerous place in the most dangerous country is the port city of Karachi.... Where rival gangs play deadly games of death.... Where treading on the territory of another community ( like a mohajir going into pathan territory ) is tantamount to be given the death sentence.... Where every few days a massacre of innocents ( is anyone in pakistan innocent really ? ) is unleashed.... Where anti India anti west and anti Israel hatred is a mark of citizenship.... Where roadside and drawing room conversations discuss whom ( India or the west or Israel ) to nuke first.... Where kidnapping is a regular pastime.... Where wolves in the shape of human beings roam the streets searching for prey... It is remarkable that Bollywood has so far kept mum on the unspeakable horrors that inhabit Pakistan---proof of the hold that the islamic mafia of Dawood Ibrahim ( based in Karachi what else ) has on the hindi film industry.... But one day someone is going to show the truth on celluloid....and that day has arrived.... At least Vashu Bhagnani has the guts to call a spade a spade and show the reality of Pakistan , though it is shown in a comic manner.... And the comedy starts when two dumbos ( Jacky Bhagnani and Arshad Warsi ) are washed off the shore of Karachi when their ship coming from India gets swept away in a storm.... Their arrival is heralded by a huge bomb explosion and the name of the film 'Welcome to Karachi' explodes into view through the smoke ; and such a spectacularly explosive welcome sets the tone for the rest of the film.... For throughout the rest of the film the two are seen only dodging bullets and rockets and bombs when they are not firing them.... And they are caught continuously in the crosshairs of warlords and criminals and terrorists and goons and politicians and whatnot.... The two Indians first try to hide their identity ( being identified as Indian brings certain death in Pakistan ) , then hunger takes over and they search for food....but the food packet they steal contains a pistol ( what else did you expect in Pakistan---food !!?? ) and that pistol leads then to a baluch gang....from here straight to the Afghan border to get training for jihad ( training for jihad is like training for school exams in Pakistan---every self respecting Pakistani has to do it )....then some more bomb explosions ( these explosions happen every few minutes in the movie ) ....then being caught in the crosshairs of americans after being chased by unmanned drones flying in the air....but the americans have no use for them and they are set free like a pack of wild dogs to try to reach their destination.... And their destination is their motherland India what else.... But you feel no sadness for the plight of the two---for their antics and those of the Pakistanis around them are enough to keep you in splits throughout the movie.... Jacky Bhagnani wins the dumbness contest by a fair margin , cheering for India in cricket matches in front of Pakistanis almost inviting their wrath , asking for vegetarian food ( he is a vegetarian of the gujarati Patel community ) thus revealing his hindu ( being hindu is unofficially a crime in Pakistan ) identity , and depending on Arshad Warsi for everything....not that Arshad Warsi is far behind in dumbness , as he shows by abusing pathan sportsman Shahid Afridi in front of pathans and nearly getting killed in the process.... In the midst of all this the dumb duo start rounds of gunfire between rival embassies of enemy countries due to their foolishness , give birth to a pregnant woman's baby with help of vaccum cleaner , dance with half naked girls in parties ( a Bollywood must , even when located in Pakistan ) , and save passengers who are about to be killed by the eternal scourge of Pakistan---terrorists.... And they never lose their cool or their hope or their zest for life....and give us entertainment by raising laughs in every situation.... In the end it becomes a little too tiresome---the stupidness of the antics , the jokes in the movie ; but what really tires you out is the endless violence in Pakistan !! But before that tires you out , you get to see some funny situations and some mindless entertainment.... All frivolous but keeping you engaged.... The songs and music and cinematography is nothing special , but acting is good by everyone... The Pakistanis in the film never look menacing inspite of all the machinery of destruction they carry , and some characters like the mullah Nasrullah who is leader of the taliban are really funny... And the women in the film are beautiful , like they really are in Pakistan---one good point about their country.... The liberal lobby of reviewers of various media houses have been howling against the film because it shows the truth about Pakistan , and knowing their credentials I decided that if they are howling so much against the film then I must watch it....and so I had my little dose of fun... So why don't you show the middle finger to the hypocrites by watching the film.... Verdict---decent . Three stars .