The much-anticipated Pakistani film ‘Money Back Guarantee’ has finally hit cinemas worldwide this Eid Ul Fitr! This action-packed comedy promises to have you on the edge of your seat with non-stop entertainment, making it the perfect way to celebrate the festive season with your loved ones.
Money Back Guarantee Cast:
Get ready for a hilarious ride filled with puns, mistaken identities, and witty wordplay in Faisal Qureshi’s latest comedy masterpiece, Money Back Guarantee. This highly-anticipated film boasts a star-studded ensemble cast, including Fawad Khan, Hina Dilpazeer, Gohar Rasheed, Javed Sheikh, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Kiran Malik, Adnan Jafar, and Ayesha Omar, among others, as well as some exciting new talent. Qureshi, who wrote the popular comedy show Teen Bata Teen, brings his signature humor to the big screen and adds a touch of political satire and social commentary to spice things up.
The characters in the film are from diverse ethnic backgrounds in Pakistan and try to subvert the stereotypes that society places on them, even though they ironically perpetuate them. For example, the Pushtoons are portrayed as “dumb,” Christians as “Karanta, Choora” (derogatory terms), Punjabis as “hungry,” and so on. Symbolism plays a significant role in the film, with the setting taking potshots at the fundamental values of the community it portrays.
Money Back Guarantee is a film that takes place in an unfamiliar land with elements of both Pakistan and New Jersey, filmed in Karachi and Thailand. The movie delves into the contrast between capitalism and socialism and tackles various societal issues, including corruption, VIP culture, stereotyping, theft, political point-scoring, injustice, and discrimination.
The movie is about a group of people who plan to rob a fictional bank called Pak bank in Pakistan, which holds the money of corrupt politicians. The bank is designed to represent the map of Pakistan, and is supposed to be the most secure bank in the country, but it was actually designed by a lawyer, not an architect. To access the bank’s vaults, biometric scans are required. The film uses humor to show how the politicians are eating up the country’s wealth while the poor suffer.
The plot revolves around the heist planned by the gang to reclaim the people’s money, but their plan keeps changing as they fail repeatedly. This adds humor to the movie but also makes it seem chaotic and lacking a central focus. The film leaves many things up to the viewer’s imagination, which may not necessarily be a good thing.
On the day of Eid, numerous ardent fans of Fawad and the Pakistani film industry flocked to cinemas with eager anticipation to watch his latest film. While some fans enjoyed the film, some were disappointed with the storyline and overall execution. Many moviegoers have taken to social media to share their thoughts and experiences about the movie.
— Laiba Zainab (@Laiba_Zainab) April 23, 2023