Starring: Ali Zafar, Barry John, Rahul Singh, Pradhuman Singh, Nikhil Ratnaparkhi, Piyush Mishra, Sugandha Garg, Chirag Vohra, Chinmay Mandlekar
9/11 changed the face of the entire world. Islam and its followers were looked upon with suspicion and the United States became jumpy about any minuscule threat in their backyard. Ali Hassan (Zafar) a budding Pakistani journalist, desires to make it big in America, but his visa gets rejected for seven straight years. He works for peanuts for a little known TV channel called Danka TV and simply hates his job. While covering a certain event, he stumbles across an Osama Bin Laden look-alike and hatches an insane plot to make himself big. Along with his co-worker Gul (Ratnaparkhi) they decide to caste the look alike, Noor (Pradhuman Singh) in a video posing as Osama Bin Laden and sell the video at a high price. They rope in fellow conspirators, namely Zoya (Garg) an aspiring beautician, Lateef (Vohra) a film editor from Saudi Arabia and Qureshi (Rahul Singh) a famous radio jockey to dub the voice of the actual Osama. The video escalates and before anyone knew it, Uncle Sam is all ready to bomb the middle-east. The movie does the perfect job of being funny and does what it is supposed to do, entertain. The lesser known star cast puts on fabulous performances and the conception of such a plot is marvelous. That said, the jokes aren't all that hilarious or amazing as one expected it to be. Smooth, funny and entertaining is what comes to my mind.
Thumbs up: Great plot, good performances and entertaining
Thumbs down: Could have been more funny