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
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 Delhi on this roller coaster of a ride. less
“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!”
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Review Kismet Love Paisa Dilli & earn 20 DM Points*
Sanjay Khanduri made his directorial debut in 2007 with Ek chalis ki last local. After 5 years he makes his second film which is in the same space as his first film almost like a sequel where the only thing common is missing the last train.
Vivek Oberoi is Lokesh who's life changes when one mysterious woman (Neha Dhupia) enters the 11.40pm last metro and gives him a letter to be delivered to his husband on the next station. What follows is a night of adventure filled with weird characters and weirder situations.
I liked ek chalis ki last local but this film looks like it has been made by an amateur who loved the earlier film and wanted to replicate what he saw.
If it was intended as a comedy then truth be told no one in the theatre laughed at a single scene including me.
There's the usual stock of characters like a politician and his coterie who are after a tape, a gay fashion designer straight out of a Madhur Bhandarkar film called Rohit Pichvaade, a pizza delivery boy called Nunna (Anshuman Jha) who was the most interesting character of the lot and was played well by Anshuman but it belonged to a whacky film. It didn't fit in here and was completely wasted. Even the character of captaan(Ashutosh Rana) and his chamchas gives a seen before kind of feel.
The song appy budday is the only silver lining in this dark cloudy film.
Neither Vivek Oberoi nor Mallika Sherawat could save a film that is running helter skelter in all directions. Just like the t shirt they wore in the poster the film is screw#d
Word of mouth - is raat ki subah nahin (1996) is the best one night thriller I have seen in Hindi cinema. klpd comes nowhere close to it.