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Welcome M1LL10NS
WELCOME MILLIONS, Movie Poster.jpg
WELCOME MILLIONS
Directed by Milroy Goes
Produced by Manna Mohie
Written by Milroy Goes
Screenplay by Milroy Goes
Stephen Lawrence Rebello
Starring Razak Khan
Joanne Da Cunha
Sohan Borcar
Les Menezes
Angela Dsouza
Manna Mohie
Kathryn Michelle
Shailja Paul
Music by Mikkel Lentz
Cinematography Yash Sawant
Edited by Yash Sawant
Running time
120 mins
Country India
Language Hindi, English, Konkani, Punjabi

Welcome M1LL10NS, also known as WELCOME MILLIONS, is an Indian suspense thriller film directed and written by Milroy Goes and produced by Manna Mohie under Manna Mohie Films. The film is set in Goa and tells of the journey of a lazy cop finding a smart criminal. The victim suffers the aftermath, hoping to someday get justice.[1] It is a multi-lingual film features Joanne Da Cunha, Sohan Borcar, Les Menezes, and Manna Mohie. It not only has Goan and Punjabi actors but also features a post-credit scene filmed in Los Angeles featuring Hollywood actor Kathryn Michelle.”[2]

Film also marked as Razak Khan's last Film[3] who died soon after completing the film shoot in Goa in 2016.[2]

Premise[edit]

A corrupt Police Officer is forced to reopen the unsolved case of Lottery Scam and he gets caught up in an unexpected situation.

Soundtrack[edit]

Mikkel Lentz of Michael Learns to Rock have contributed to background score. Also featuring their song "It's Gonna Make Sense".[2]

The promotional song for commercial release is ‘Welcome Millions’ written, composed and sung by Amaan Sheikh and by Bollywood sensation Shashaa Tirupati.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Goes, Milroy (2017), Welcome M1LL10NS, Sohan Borcar, Joanne Da Cunha, Razak Khan, retrieved 2017-10-01 
  2. ^ a b c d "A song worth a million - The Navhind Times". 14 December 2017. Retrieved 12 February 2018. 
  3. ^ Nene, Chhaya (2016-06-03). "Veteran Comedian Razak Khan Passes Away at 65". India.com. Retrieved 2017-10-01. 

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