Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Review
One line Review: 'Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon' is a light hearted, brainless comedy that is sure to tickle your funny bone.
Positive Points: Funny and witty one liners ensure a good laugh. Despite being the same old story, the film manages to keep us entertained throughout. It serves the audience what they had expected out of the film. Though, the movie does not make us laugh all the while, but it is sure hilarious in parts. It is pleasant to watch Kapil and the four beautiful ladies on the big screen.
Negative Points: The entire storyline is illogical and brainless. 'Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon' begins where your logic ends! The script has its share of loopholes and the makers have tried to cover them with Kapil's screen presence and baseless humour. Do not expect intelligent comedy from this film as it is completely mindless! The climax sequence could have been a bit more fun, as one would want from a Kapil Sharma film.
Plot: The movie narrates the life tale of Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan aka Bholu (Kapil Sharma) a good natured, rich businessman who in the verge of helping people, unmarried girls to be specific, invites trouble. Bholu gets married not once or twice, but, three times all together, and, on top of that chooses to keep all of them in one building! He is a man who simply refers to all his marriages as 'Hadsaas' (accidents) of his life. Bholu practically falls into these accidents, one after another. The first one happens when he helps Juhi (Manjari Phadnis) while her dying father declares their marriage as his last wish. For the second time, he falls into a trap created by his friend and is forced to get married to a former model (Simran Kaur Mundi). And, his third accidental marriage happens at a gun point with Anjali (Sai Lokur) whose brother is a deaf gangster (Arbaaz Khan). And, if this is not enough, Bholu has another girl in his life who is his girlfriend, Deepika (Elli Avram). Yes, there is no logic in the storyline whatsoever! The plot unfolds as his three wives and one girlfriend meet only to become best pals for life. How he tries to save his ass from them is the rest of the film. His prime savour in this act is his lawyer friend, named Karan (Varun Sharma).
Direction and other Technical Aspects: The directors have played it safe presenting the same old story and concept in the name of situational comedy. Though, the audience knows what to expect from the film, the flaws and faults in the script cannot be avoided. Overall, the film manages to entertain the audience throughout; the only boring part is its songs. The cinematography is average and a strong plot could have been developed with intelligent writing.
Performances: Kapil Sharma gave a praiseworthy performance and delivered a commendable comic timing which he is blessed with. He acts his character all through and has managed to pull off the plot really well. Though, to be a full-fledged mainstream hero, he will have to walk a few more miles. Apart from singing in the film, Kapil also tries his hand at dancing and that made us laugh even more!
Manjari Phadnis gets an edge over others for her hilarious phrase that she uses quite frequently 'Bhagwaan Aisa Pati Sabko De' in unconventional circumstances which render lovable doses of laughter.
The supporting cast of the comedy drama are like the cherry on the cake. Arbaaz Khan with his deaf antics is a delight. He has got his hold over comedy to the fullest by now. Varun Sharma is another highlight of the film. He is fun, and an amusing treat. Veteran actress Supriya Pathak, who plays the role of Kapil's mother delivers praiseworthy performance and makes her presence felt.
Music: There is nothing very special about the music of the film. Some songs are good; some are decent while others are passable.
Final Verdict: We have seen Kapil on his show making us drown in laughter. Hence, compared to that, the film is a cocktail affair that is mixed with unnecessary drama which is based on a stale concept. Overall, it is a light hearted, mindless, fun comedy film, and can be a complete family entertainer. For the witty and amusing dialogues and the apt comic timing of the actors, 'Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon' can surely be a onetime watch.
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