Kismet Love Paisa Dilli

Kismet Love Paisa Dilli

2.9 715 Ratings

Directed by : Sanjay Khanduri

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  • Critics Rating 1.4/5
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Set in Delhi, 'Kismet Love Paisa Dilli' is a one night madcap story of Tharki Lucky and his Gazab Totta, Lovina. Lucky is a college going middle class dilli munda and Lovina is the girl next door, who miss their last metro back home and a series of on the edge moments occur through the night where Lokesh and Lovina run across...more


“An awful screenplay and awkward acting mixed with crass humour becomes annoying after a point. The comedy also falls flat on its face. Don't even think about watching this one!”

Kismet Love Paisa Dilli Credit & Casting

Mallika Sherawat

Kismet Love Paisa Dilli Box Office

  • Gross: INR 3.76 cr.
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Kismet Love Paisa Dilli Audience Review


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As the credits roll down on the screen, one wonders what could have been worse than watching a full show of KLPD. The answer, sadly, is little else.

Vivek Oberoi is a Delhite, cuss word mouthing, skirt chasing rapist in the making for whom every prety thing on two legs is a totta. He gets handed a letter by Neha Dhupia on Delhi metro train, which gets him into a suicide case. Interspread with this is a love story with Mallika Sherawat and sting operation on a politician and a rough flashback of Vivek's last 24 hours.

Nothing in the movie can pass of for anything decent and remotely entertaining. Cras humor, scanty sense of logic of meaning, completely lousy music and effortlessly underpar performances are the hallmark of this enterprise.

Vivek Oberoi grates on the nerves from the very first scene. He is irritating, over enthusiastic and utterly charmless. Perhaps he was better off hibernating for films than coming back with something this tasteless. Mallika is her usual self in films that befit her talent or the lack of it. Rest of the cast is embarrasingly juvenile but then who isnt in the movie as a whole.

Lacking in anything smart in story, the film could have done with some crisper screenplay and dialogues. Sadly, that is also not taken care of. Lines that are outright offensive and crass litter the film incessantly managing to gross you out. Stay far far away from this one, it is not even as colorful as the namesake gaali.