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May be the makers of Kuch Kuch Locha Hai believed in the idea of 'You'll have all money, when you have Sunny. You don't need a script when you can go all Punny.' If you ever heard that Sunny Leone wanted to take up more performance oriented roles, we'd rather ask her which performance is she referring to!
Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is like a cheaper version of 'Taarak Mehta Ka Volta Chashma' with a dash of 'trying-to-look-appealing- Sunny-Leone' with randomness that goes overboard to get right there in your head to make you curse yourself.
Forget funny, this film is no entertainment. It's a boring-slug-fest and you'll either walk away (I had to stay back to right this for y'all) or sit and curse yourself for better just doze of in the theatre.
Coming to the (plotless) plot, Pravin 'Teddy Bear' Patel (No prizes for guessing, played by Ram Kapoor) is a well settled Gujarati in Kuala Lampur. He runs a store there (but his property looks like he runs a mall) with his religious wife who can't stop thanking 'Babaji' for all events in life.
Pravin's not-so-secret Celebrity Crush is none other than Bollywood Superstar Shanaya (SUNNY) whose CD covers and posters he stocks up. One day he gets a chance to go on a date with Shanaya and is quite over-the-moon thanks to this opportunity.
Shanaya who is also prepping up for her role as a Gujarati, plans to stay with PP to get a view of a typical middle class Gujarati household.
But PP has lied to her about being a bachelor and living with his father? How will PP handle this situation with his rockstar son, Jigar and his girlfriend Naina patrolling him all the time?
KKLH is random, without a flow, without brains and without any real reason to make it a worthwhile watch. The excessive 'Jujuism', the not-so-Kuala Lampur locales and the bizarre remixed and rehashed music drag on forever 2hours and 20 minutes.
Add to it, calling your wife 'Koko Dile'.
I WANTED TO WALK AWAY, BAND MY HEAD, CRY AND LASTLY ASK THE MAKERS WHY THEY DIDN'T GIVE ME ALL THE MONEY INSTEAD OF MAKING THIS SLOGGY AFFAIR!
AVOID. Because popcorn, Pepsi and Nachos are not enough to rescue you!