Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Movie Review : Kapil Sharma, Elli Avram
Here we provide Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Review, Ratings by different news, magazines, organizations etc. like IMDB, Indiatimes etc. Read all reviews and decide you should go to watch or not and kkpk is a big hit or flop. The Bollywood movie “Kis kisko pyaar karoon” is the debut film of comedy king Kapil Sharma of comedy nights with kapil directed by abbas mustan.
Cast: Kapil Sharma, Varun Sharma, Arbaaz Khan, Supriya Pathak, Elli Avram, Manjari Phadnis, Simran Kaur Mundi, Sai Lokur
Direction: Abbas Mustan
Duration: 2 hours 16 minutes
Story : A supposed situational comedy, the film revolves around Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan (Sharma), a wealthy man, who is married to three different women – Simran (Simran Kaur Mundi), Juhi (Manjari Phadnis) and Anjali (Sai Lokur). But he isn’t a player. He is in fact a righteous guy, who changes his marital status in order to fulfill what he believes are his moral obligations.
Neither his wives nor his girlfriend Deepika (Elli Avram) are aware of each others’ existence untill fate brings them all together. Kumar’s lawyer cum sidekick (Varun Sharma, impressive) also plays the narrator. How he saves Kumar from being caught forms the story.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Review by Indian Express
The plot is as 80’s regressive and outlandish as they come, with Kapil Sharma playing Shiv Ram Kishan, a man with three wives, about to jump into matrimony yet another time. He calls each marriage a ‘haadsa’ (‘accident’), whizzes about fulfilling his husbandly duties, lying through his teeth, and smiling all the way through. Tired old japes about ‘biwis’ and ‘musibat’, and ‘wives’ and ‘tension’ abound : clearly, the plot is strictly from the male point of view, and wants us to feel for the poor fellow who has been saddled with not one but `three-three’ ‘problems’, polygamous or no.
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Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Review by Times of India
When you watch a Kapil Sharma film with a straight face, you know there’s something wrong. Not that he doesn’t act well or anything. It’s just that his character isn’t funny enough as one would have expected. You wonder if the directors wanted to present him differently or he himself feared that his funny image might sabotage his chances as a mainstream Bollywood hero. Whatever the reaon, the decision to underplay his comic side (which happens to be his forte) and let drama and romance take center stage, doesn’t quite work.
Even the concept has been explored a billion times before. Be it No Entry, Garam Masala, Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya or the Housefull series, they were way funnier and had a stronger star appeal. Sadly, even the scenes that manage to make you smile here, feature supporting actors, who seem funnier than Kapil.
It is not easy for a celeb to break an image that is so popular and overpowering, all the more difficult for a comedian. Kapil does his job with utmost sincerity – be it singing romantic songs at sunset points like Shah Rukh Khan, weeping his heart out like Aamir does off screen or exuding the mischief of Salman. He’s everything but the Kapil Sharma you fancy on TV, who cracks you up with his witty one-liners.
Arbaaz Khan and Varun Sharma deserve a special mention for they are hilarious. The girls look pretty and the samandar song is beautiful but if you want to see the film solely for Kapil’s brand of humour, you get babaji ka thullu.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Review by NDTV
It would be bad news for the makers of the film if one were to take Kapil Sharma’s big screen debut with any degree of seriousness.
Ironically, Abbas-Mustan’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, a rough-hewn vehicle designed to extend a very, very long rope to television’s number one comedy show host, wants to be regarded as a serious cinematic effort.
And that is bigger than any joke that the film can throw at the audience. The obvious mismatch between aspiration and result is too glaring to be missed.
It is one thing for a popular stand-up comedian to spin out witty one-liners and string them together to create an entertaining television show.
Put that self-same guy in an outlandish tale of a polygamous man struggling to stave off the ill effects of a marital mess and the outcome isn’t the same anymore.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon strives very hard to be funny. But neither its half-baked characters nor the unconvincing situations that they are plunged into are hilarious enough to hold a patchy screenplay together.
Kapil Sharma seeks to straddle a wide gamut of emotions: love, anger, grief, confusion, et al. He obviously gunning for acceptance as a mainstream Bollywood leading man.
But he comes up short owing as much to his own limitations as an actor as to the weaknesses inherent in the script.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is a lame and laboured comedy that might work only for those that have unshakeable faith in Sharma’s ability to raise a few chuckles on the odd occasion. This critic doesn’t.
Logic isn’t the film’s strong suit. Sharma is cast in the role of a man called Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan.
It isn’t just three gods that this oddball has in his name. His life is a hopeless jumble calling out for divine intervention: he has as many as three wives (Simran Kaur Mundi, Manjari Fadnis and Sai Lokur).
The explanations and alibis offered for this act of brazen polygamy borders on the bizarre.
Seriously, who would believe that a man who lives in separate units of the same building with three different women could keep them apart for as long as he manages to do?
Neither is that all. The three women end up befriending each other without learning that they share the same man as husband.
The film’s climax is even less convincing: all that the errant gentleman has to do in order to ensure an-all’s-well-that-ends-well ending is deliver a cheesy confessional speech.
Kumar’s treble trouble is aggravated by the fact that he also has a girlfriend (a laughably wooden Elli Avram), a woman who he really wants to marry.
Now, it cannot be easy keeping three wives and a girlfriend in the dark about each other’s existence. So, the hero needs constant help from a lawyer-friend (Varun Sharma, who is about the only saving grace of this film).
Thrown into the rusty pot are perennially pissed-off parents, a deaf don who doubles up as a bro-in-law, and a doubting Thomas for a would-be father-in-law. The mayhem they whip up is more jarring than comical.
Marital rigmaroles are a tried-and-tested comic trope and films like Saajan Chale Sasuraal, No Entry and Garam Masala have done much better in the past with it.
Though the returns might be meagre, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is not the end of the road for Kapil Sharma’s big screen aspirations.
But if he hopes for his influence to go beyond the idiot box, he would definitely need to try much harder and look for less idiotic scripts.
For masala movie fans, it has admittedly been an awful month at the multiplexes – Welcome Back, Hero, Katti Batti, and now this.
Even if one walks into Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon with zero expectation, the film would still be hard pressed to measure up.
Verdict: If you have any pyaar to spare, shower it on better fare.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Rating & Review by IMDB
After first day reaction of public IMDB shows Readers Rating 7.6/10 based on 92 users rating. 7.6 out of 10 is quite good movie rating according to review by viewers. Check live kkpk rating on IMDB >> Live Movie Rating.
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