Actor Arshad Warsi will be seen in the upcoming political satire 'Welcome To Karachi', mostly shot in Britain and Indore. He believes that irrespective of what the masses of Pakistan and India want, nothing can materialise unless the countries' politicians make an effort.
When asked if it's time that Pakistan and India shoot films together, Arshad said: "Pakistan and India should shoot together, this should happen, that should happen, we should be able to shoot there. All these are desires and people want them. Unless the people who run the country don't change their attitude, nothing is going to happen. What we want and what we desire are of no consequence."
Directed by Ashish R. Mohan, 'Welcome To Karachi' also features Jackky Bhagnani and Lauren Gottlieb. The film is set for a May 21 release.
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