Noor tries to be in the second category but falls in the third.
Having already wasted 2 hours of my life on it I don't want to waste more by writing a long review so here's a quick and dirty review.
The movie sucks. It sucks from beginning to end. It sucks with a passion. It sucks like it was its full time job to suck.
It's based on a book called Karachi: You Are Killing Me but I doubt that the book sucked even half that much. (I do plan to check out the book just to verify this.)
The writing is the weakest part of the film. It just...well, sucks. Lame scene followed by lame scene full of embarrassingly lame dialogue. But the lameness is not just in the dialogue, it's lame all over, the camera angles, the set-up, everything sucks consistently.
In one shot you can even see the cameraman in the mirror. Here is the shot for you.
Actually, even though it tries to be fast-moving film the movie doesn't even get going until well after the interval. Then 2 scenes later it finishes. The scene during the credits is the final torture and is accentuated by the weak casting and poor performances.
Sonakashi is not a terrible actress only a weak one, but this would be her weakest film. Given the ridiculously lame dialogue given her she does a great job of delivering them equally lamely throughout the film. And she looks fat and ugly in the whole film but I think that's what they were going for as it's commented on several times in the whole movie.
If you escaped watching it when it was in the cinemas count your blessings and don't watch it now on the streaming services either.