One man with four lady loves battling for survival in the most funny way. Coming from the thriller master duo of Abbas-Mustan, Kis Kisko Pyar Karun marks the debut of comedian Kapil Sharma into cinema.
One man with four lady loves battling for survival in the most funny way. Coming from the thriller master duo of Abbas-Mustan, Kis Kisko Pyar Karun marks the debut of comedian Kapil Sharma into cinema. less
“Kapil's brand of humor makes KKPK work, only if you switch your brains off.”
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This film tries to entertain and flops miserably. It is a little difficult to think why a reasonably talented director like Nikhil Advani and a superbly talented actor like Kangana Ranaut could make a mess of this film which is tolerable at its best moments and supremely bad most of the time. It sounds fake, flimsy and is positively boring mainly because Kangana is out to interpret her quirky, bohemian character in a way which totally disconnects with the audience.
Normally Kangana by herself ( with director's help) gives any film value and class as Queen and Tanu weds Manu returns have proved recently. Her character in these films is the mainstay and all other characters are in the periphery On the contrary, if she fails to connect with the audience, as in this case, the film does not hold up. In most cases she is a performer who brings to life the character she plays. In other words if she flops in her chacterisation,the movie cannot sustain.
The script of this movie had the potential of getting converted into an entertaining romcom dealing as it does with a frothy encounter of a bindaas girl and a besotted boy with the usual trappings of live in, break up, heartaches, compatibility issues and a separation caused by their work in two different cities. While Kangana is shown bold and sexy, Imran is shown as weak, unrealistic and passive who is bull dosed at work and is indecisive.
Director Nikhil Advani just has not been able to make an interesting film and there are many boring moments. As if the crazy heroine is not enough, Imran's boss is shown as a complete idiot I don't know why. Also for some inexplicable reason the friends of the hero are shown as morons most of the time. Too late the director wakes up in the last quarter of the film to instill some pathos and emotion but the damage is already done. Imran takes the help of a music group called FOSLA ( frustrated one sided lovers association) leading to a ridiculous climax.