Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Movie Review

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Martin D'Souza By Martin D'Souza | 18 Mar 2017 15:42:09.6170000 IST


Expectations are quite high from the audio of ace comic show host Kapil Sharma's debut venture, KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON, especially because it is a Venus Records And Tapes and Abbas-Mustan offering, who together have delivered chartbusting memorable music and super hit films!

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It's a celebration number 'DJ Bajega To Pappu Nachega' (Javed Mohsin) that kick-starts proceedings, and even though the rhythm is quite nice, the tune is very heard before. The fun, festive dance number that has a Mumbaiya (Marathi-Gujarati) flavour should appeal instantly to that belt. Wajid holds fort with a good rendition and is well supported by Shalmali Kholgade, Ritu Pathak and Danish Sabri.

It's almost the same case with the Punjabi flavoured dance number with Arabic music arrangements / influences, 'Jugni Peekey Tight Hai'. The rhythm is good but the tune once again is too heard before (reminiscent of 'Kamli Kamli' DHOOM 3). Kanika Kapoor chips in with a professional rendition and Divya Kumar provides added support.

A romantic ballad, 'Samandar', is a lovely composition with elegant lyrics. One must add that Shreya is excellent and Jubin Nautiyal's sweet vocals match up well to that of the neo- nightingale.

It's another fun dance trance number by Dr Zeus 'Bam Bam' that should surely burn the dance floors of pubs and discos quite in the same corridor as 'Slowly Slowly ' and 'Manali Trance' . Famous Punjabi singer, Kaur B's first debut (!) in Bollywood does a good job with the hero himself (Kapil) and Dr Zeus joining in.

The remix version of 'Bam Bam' makes for an interesting repeat here.

Punjabi folk number, 'Baari Barsi Khatan Gayasi' forms the backbone of the tune of the fun, humorous composition, 'Billi Kat Gayee'. A situational number that provides a funny insight into marriage and its quandaries with the lead pleading to the almighty to have mercy on his unfortunate situation. Rajveer Singh provides the vocals and Ikka chips in with the Yo Yo type rap.

The remix version of 'Billi Kat Gyee' (by Sickick) is innovative and fun repeat hear.

'Parbat Ke Peeche Chambela Gaon' (MEHBOOBA) forms basis of yet another situational funny number, 'Hum To Latak Gaye' rendered well by Kapil and it suits the script of the movie where the male lead is married not just once but thrice.

Summing up, the audio of Kapil Sharma's debut film does not quite match up to the standard set by directors Abbas-Mustan, as it lasts only till it plays. Even though KKPK is a comic venture, yet one must keep in mind the past where Abbas-Mustan's comic capers too have boasted of super hit music (BADSHAAH). Our picks: 'Jugni Peekey Tight Hai' and 'Samandar'. Having said that, one expects the audio to gain popularity after the release of the film on 25th September.

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Excellent - 4.5 & above
Very Good - 4
Good - 3.5
Average/Passable - 3
Pathetic - 2.5 & below


Director duo of Abbas-Mustan shrug off their penchant for swanky action flicks and dig their heels this time for a comedy in KIS KISKO PYAR KAROON. And though the film hangs on a flimsy plot the duo manage to extract huge Laugh Out Loud moments from the goings-on on screen.

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A few minutes into the film, and we are shown how the hero, whenever he goes out to help a girl in distress, ends up marrying her. This happens on three occasions, and on all three occasions he is just 'shoved' into the wedding mandap so to speak.

Braveheart that he is, he bravely manages to keep them all happy. Their numbers are stored in his mobile phone as 'Head Office', 'Branch Office' and 'Main Office'. Apart from these three wives, he also has a girlfriend who he loves and will be marrying shortly. So you can imagine the confusion our hero is in.

On the advice of his friend, a lawyer, he houses all three wives in the same tower, on the fourth, sixth and eighth floor in the same wing (one above the other). The reason being, he will be able to see them all in the morning before he goes to work and also wave to them when he reaches the society gate. It's another matter that the wives are not able to figure out his 'three-timing'. But let's not tax our brains on that!

The problem arises on Karva Chauth when all three want to see him face-to-face. He manages to pull that off too, by going on the opposite building when the moon rises.

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At times, the scenes move to telly like episodes but at times, the laughter bar is raised so high that those scenes are forgotten. And going by the quality of the movies that have released in the last two weeks this feels like 'Titanic'. I would go one step further to say that it is actually VFM, if you are looking for some blanked-out time-pass.

All credit goes to Kapil Sharma, who is making his debut on the big screen. A well-known name on television, it is Kapil's comic timing and assurance of turning a nondescript scene into something humongously hilarious is what tilts the scales in favour of this film.

A fine actor, who does not go overboard, or who does not find himself lost in any situation. Even the most ridiculous of scenes, he turns on its head without looking like a buffoon and that is a huge plus for any actor. On second thoughts, I cannot see any present-day actor who would put life in these dead scenes.

Kapil Sharma fans are sure to a good laugh at the theatres this Friday.


Rating 2/5

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Movie Cast & Crew
  • Actor: Kapil Sharma, Elli Avram, Manjari Fadnis, Simran Mundi, Varun Sharma, Sai Lokur, Sharat Saxena, Supriya Pathak, Manoj Joshi, Jamie Lever and Arbaaz Khan
  • Lyrics: Shabbir Ahmed, Komail Shayan (KK), Arafat Mehmood, Raj Rand Jodh, Mavi Singh and Bhinda Bawakhel
  • Director: Abbas-Mustan
  • Music Director: Komail Shayan (KK), Tanishk Bagchi, Javed Mohsin and Amjad-Nadeem
  • Release Date : 25 Sep 2015