As they say, Pakistani cinema has been evolving with time but I felt that at one point it stopped evolving because only having the better equipments and casts just don't make the cinema better, you need a good script and creativity too.
Teefa in Trouble is nothing like that. It's purely a Bollywood clichéd movie with Pakistani flavor which is a good thing because we can relate to our jargon and jokes more comprehensibly. A bit of improved location, action sequences and better cinematography surely takes it ahead of other Pakistani movies.
Teefa (Ali Zafar) who's an enforcer for Butt Sahab (Mehmood Aslam) goes out on a mission to kidnap his friend Bonzo's (Javed Sheikh) daughter, Anya (Maya Ali) for his goon son. A lot of action and adventure takes place when an optimistic enforcer meets a crazy and stubborn girl.
It'd could have been better if it wasn't so clichéd. It also played with physics a bit but that's avoidable. I liked the humor and characters in it. Ali as a typical Lahori and everyone else with a bit flavor of themselves except Maya Ali. Her pretty face wasn't enough to justify her acting.
Music was actually nice. Pakistani music never disappoints.
It is light hearted action rom-com Ali Zafar's debut in Pakistani industry. A one time watch for few laughs.
Score: 🌟🌟 ½