‘Karwaan’ starring Irrfan Khan, Dulquer Salmaan and Mithila Palkar is all set to release tomorrow. The film is directed by Akarsh Khurana.
This is one of the most-awaited films of 2018 as it will mark South superstar Dulquer’s debut in Bollywood. Also, actors Irrfan and Mithila’s presence in the film has added more curiosity.
Karwaan is a sweet and fun film based on the life of three characters who promise to take us on an adventurous journey. As seen in the trailer, there’s comedy, there are emotions, drama and interesting twists.
Three characters travelling to different places with two dead bodies is an interesting concept with an element of humour, surprise and fun.
Not only the audience will get to see beautiful and exotic locales from South India, the makers have promised that the film will leave the viewers stunned with twists and make it a memorable journey for all of us.
The makers of Karwaan hosted a special screening of their film recently. Celebrities like Vicky Kaushal, Shikha Talsania, Kubbra Sait and many others took to their Twitter pages to share their views on the film.
The celebs have given a thumbs up to these Irrfan Khan, Dulquer Salmaan and Mithila Palkar starrer.
The full movie review of Irrfan Khan, Mithila Palkar and Dulquer Salmaan starrer Karwaan is out. The film is fun and interesting as the makers have promised.
Main akela hi chala tha janab-e-manzil magar, Log judte gaye aur karwaan banta gaya,” is written on the blue van owned by the quirky Shaukat (Irrfan Khan) and that sums up the journey of Karwaan for you.
Director Akarsh Khurana spearheads this travelogue of self-discovery and letting go of your daddy issues. With the writing of Bejoy Nambiar and the laugh out loud dialogues by Hussain Dalal this Karwaan is surely a pleasant one.
Every travel film has the same ingredients – picturesque locations, a single plot angle which gets stretched over two hours and relatable characters. All three have been explored in Karwaan. Every South Indian will be delighted with the way the cities have been depicted as
we are taken on a wanderlust journey from Bangalore to Cochin. Kudos to Avinash Arun, for making the moviegoers familiar with the bylanes of South India.
Karwaan is about Avinash (Dulquer Salmaan) who gets news of his dad’s demise and takes the help of Shaukat to get his father’s body. The twist arises early when they come to know that his dad’s body was misplaced with Tanya’s (Mithila Palkar) grandmother’s body. The Three Musketeers travel to Cochin and encounter hurdles and needed fillers to understand the
eccentricities of each character and why they are the way they are. The plot is extremely simple and stretched over a span of two hours. With the help of Irrfan’s insanely hilarious style of delivering dialogue, Dulquer and Mithila’s effortless screen presence, well-timed music that makes sense with the situations, made up for the lack of a tight plot.
Irrfan Khan proves yet again why he is the Khan like no other Khan in Bollywood. The only one who can make the simplest of characters a fan favourite. The audience impatiently waits for him to appear in each scene and his
one-liners like, “Roti hui aurat and doodhwale par kabhi bharosa nahin karna chahiye,” are the cherry on the cake. If Irrfan is yang then Dulquer is the Yin and his subtle performance is like a breath of fresh air.
Karwaan was the apt Bollywood kick start that Dulquer deserved and they have used his likeability factor to the same extent as it was done with Fawad Khan in Khoobsurat.
Mithila Palkar uses her bubbling burst of energy to add feminity and young naivety on what would have otherwise been an all-boys club. There’s a suprise cameo by Kriti Kharbanda who brings a much-needed closure to one of the characters.
We rate it a 65% at the movie meter.