I’m ex­tremely for­tu­nate to work with the best ac­tors, says Chakri To­leti

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Vashu Bhag­nani’s Wel­come To New York, is be­ing touted as Bol­ly­wood’s first 3D Com­edy movie. The funny trailer has man­aged to catch the au­di­ence’s at­ten­tion. Al­though, the film stars Diljit Dosanjh and Son­akshi Sinha, Riteish Desh­mukh, Karan Jo­har, Bo­man Irani, Lara Dutta Bhu­pathi and Rana Dag­gu­bati will also be seen in the film. The film also has a spe­cial ap­pear­ance by Sushant Singh Ra­jput. In the film, Diljit’s char­ac­ter mis­takes Sushant as MS Dhoni, which is the lat­ter’s most pop­u­lar role. A source re­veals, “Wel­come To New York’s song, ‘Nain phisal gaye’ brings to­gether Sal­man Khan and Son­akshi again, af­ter their Dabaang out­ing. The trailer has got the au­di­ences in­trigued with Karan’s dou­ble role. The comic tim­ing of the ac­tors is also spot on.” The film is a com­edy that tells the story of two young­sters from In­dia, who are in search of a bet­ter life. An un­ex­pected trip to New York City, USA, sets them off on a comedic ad­ven­ture that changes their lives for­ever. On work­ing with an ensem­ble cast, di­rec­tor Chakri To­leti says, “It is my first Hindi movie and I’ve been ex­tremely for­tu­nate to work with the best ac­tors. The cast has su­perb comic tim­ing and chem­istry, and it shows on screen. Sal­man and Karan also wow with their pres­ence.” Diljit says, “It’s a film about how the out­side world meets Bol­ly­wood with tons of laugh­ter thrown in. Get ready to roll off the floor laugh­ing.” Co-star Son­akshi adds, “We have had so much fun on this film and laughed so hard, I just know the au­di­ences are go­ing to have as much fun.” Pro­duced by Pooja Films and Wiz Films with Mu­sic by Pooja, Wel­come To New York re­leases world­wide on Fe­bru­ary 23, 2018.


(From left) Bo­man Irani, Karan Jo­har, Diljit Dosanjh, Son­akshi Sinha, Rana Dag­gu­batti, Riteish Desh­mukh and Lara Dutta Bhu­pathi

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