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Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Movie Review

Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Movie Review

Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Movie Review
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon 
Average Ratings:2.08/5
Reviews Counted:9
Neutral :0
Negative : 6

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Shubhra GuptaSite:Indianexpress
I cringed more at the lecture-at-the-`mandap’, than in the whole movie which is full of women whose only joy is in getting married, and staying married, regardless of how caddish their man may be. Next time around, because I’m sure there will be an encore, maybe the offense quotient can be lowered, because low IQ jokes can overwhelm anyone, even comedy kings. Kis kisko ignore karoon?
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Ratings:-- Review By:Taran Adarsh Site:Twitter
It's all about ENTERTAINMENT these days and Venus and Abbas-Mustan's KisKiskoPyaarKaroon ENTERTAINS you thoroughly. Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon has a quirky plot and the proceedings are equally hilarious, laced with funny situations and enjoyable one-liners. KisKiskoPyaarKaroon marks the big screen debut of Kapil Sharma and must add, he's supremely confident, carrying the film on his shoulders. Laughter is the best medicine, they say and KisKiskoPyaarKaroon offers laughter in generous doses, with an emotional finale. Thumbs Up!
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Ratings:-- Review By:Komal nahta Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business
On the whole, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon may not have much newness in the script but it will keep the audience smiling and laughing all through its running time. Masses and families will like the film which will, therefore, prove to be a very comfortable earning proposal for all concerned.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Sukanya
Indeed, the few jokes that do work in this illogical, tardy drivel have more to do with how idiotic they are then amusing. But mostly you cringe at the sight of Kapil posing next to the full moon from a multi-storey's terrace whilst his starry-eyed wives conduct the Karva Chauth ritual for the four-timing half's long life.Or, who knows, potential harem?
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Saibal ChatterjeeSite:NDTV
Though the returns might be meagre, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is not the end of the road for Kapil Sharma’s big screen aspirations. But if he hopes for his influence to go beyond the idiot box, he would definitely need to try much harder and look for less idiotic scripts.For masala movie fans, it has admittedly been an awful month at the multiplexes – Welcome Back, Hero, Katti Batti, and now this. Even if one walks into Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon with zero expectation, the film would still be hard pressed to measure up. Verdict: If you have any pyaar to spare, shower it on better fare.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Renuka Vyvahare Site:Times Of India
When you watch a Kapil Sharma film with a straight face, you know there's something wrong. Not that he doesn't act well or anything. It's just that his character isn't funny enough as one would have expected. Whatever the reaon, the decision to underplay his comic side (which happens to be his forte) and let drama and romance take center stage, doesn't quite work. Sadly, even the scenes that manage to make you smile here, feature supporting actors, who seem funnier than Kapil.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Surabhi Redkar Site:Koimoi
The best part about this film is the fact that it may be silly and another level of crassness when it comes to adding logic but apart from that it never bores you. If not intentionally, unintentionally you will still have a good laugh. We are familiar with Kapil Sharma’s funny antics and well they reach another level in this film. Every bit of that script is worst than what a juvenile could have written. In its true sense, the film is a brainless comedy.
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Ratings:-- Review By:Deepanjana Paul Site:FirstPost
For the price of a movie ticket, you will be whooshed back to 1990s' Bollywood. From tacky fashion to mansplaining, KKPK has everything that made the Nineties such a ghastly decade in Indian popular culture. The movie will make you say a prayer of thanks that we've left that era behind... until that awful moment when you realise this film was shot in 2014, has been released in 2015 and yet proudly declares that women need marriage like Kapil Sharma needs lip balm. That is, desperately.
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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Bollywoodhungama Site:Bollywoodhungama
Special brownie points to director Abbas-Mustan and screenplay and dialogue writers (Anukalp Goswami, Dheeraj Sarna) for having created an extremely engaging narrative in the first half of the film, which is half the battle won for the film. The second half, which unravels the confusion is totally up to the mark and doesn't drag the story. For this, one has to credit the film's editor (Hussain Burmawalla) for having done a razor-sharp job in the film. There are places where the film's cinematography (Dilshad V A) seems really shaky, but the film's narrative overshadows these flaws. On the whole, KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON can be watched if you enjoy Kapil Sharma's style of comedy.
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 Movie:  Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon

Synopsis: It is an upcoming 2015 Indian romantic comedy film directed by director Abbas Mustan. Indian stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma will make his Bollywood debut with this movie. Other casts include Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Phadnis, Amrita Puri, Simran Kaur Mundi, Elli Avram, Sai Lokur, Varun Sharma, Supriya Pathak, Sharat Saxena, Manoj Joshi, Sharad Sankla (Charlie), and Johnny Lever's daughter Jamie Lever.

Release Dates: Sep 25, 2015

 Director:  Abbas Mustan

Producer: Rao Hasnain

Running time: 2h 15m

Music composed by:  Tanishk Bagchi

Genres: Romance/Comedy

Kapil Sharma as Shiv, Ram and Kishan
Elli Avram as Deepika
Simran Kaur Mundi as Simran
Arbaaz Khan as Don
Supriya Pathak as Kapil's mother
Varun Sharma as Kapil's friend
Kundan Pandey as Aryan

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  1. Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon which marks Kapil Sharma's foray into Bollywood and Director duo Abbas Mustan's foray into comedy genre is a situational comedy replete with chaos, confusions, witty one liners, polygamy making it a delightful fare provided you watch it without putting your thinking caps on. For my detailed review, please visit........

    Love it? Naah, leave it! [1/5]

    KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON tries to be a situational comedy where the situations are all fabricated, unreasonable and totally convenient to the plot. It is also a film that questions and insults the intellect of today’s women exactly the way Kapil hits on his TV show. Here, he plays Shiv Ram Kishen Kumar- a millionaire owning 4 flats in a skyscraper on the most-expensive Nariman Point of Mumbai [I can be wrong of the exact address though], 3 wives [Manjari Phadnis, Sai Lokur & Simran Kaur Mundi] to fill in as some of the designer furniture and a hot-body girlfriend [Eli Avram] supposedly being the ‘love’ of his life. Hard to digest? Wait, there is more. Considering the same apartment they are placed smartly by their ‘all in one’ husband, the wives become friends. They party together. They shop together. In fact, they jog together but their mind doesn’t shift an inch to find out that they are sharing the same man. I m not judging them but how can one marry a guy without knowing his full name. This guy in polygamy uses each part of his name as his identity to all 4 girls in his life. And guess what, the sympathy is always in the court of the husband. Actually, he plays a Krishna from Mahabharata who prefers to marry every ‘Abla Naari’ in his way to rescue them from their ill-fated world. The only problem here is, there is no religion to back the faith in his persona. Comedy could possibly be the force but sadly, it also fails.

    KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON is a film that believes in creating problems in name of the plot-development and then solving all of it in an explanatory and emotional climax. One’s misery is other’s laugh but it all become offensive when you see everyone acting calm as the deads about serious issues like polygamy, cheating, extra-marital affairs and all of that related to women’s respect. Could we also react the same way if a woman is seen playing wife to 4 different men? Would we not call her names? I think enough is never enough for Bollywood filmmakers. The film constantly hits the low in comedy and becomes a torture at some point. How many millions of times you want to laugh at a man hiding his identity with banging his face in the cake? People carry the ‘printed’ photographs to identify someone in times of e-mails, Whats App and Camera-phones. I mean, really? An underworld don [Arbaaz Khan] can orchestrate a 5-crore ransom but can’t afford a hearing-aid. I know why. To bless the film’s writer buy some more screen-time to try his luck in making us laugh at one’s disability. Someone is sick. Really!

    Surprisingly, the supporting cast contributes more to work in favor of the film’s whole propaganda of being a comedy film than the principal cast. Varun Sharma despite acting his regular methods since his first break in FUKREY is very much watchable. Jamie Lever, the daughter of ace comedian Johnny Lever shows a great promise and has the most fertile and the best gags in the movie. Arbaaz Khan, Sharat Saxena and Supriya Pathak Kapur are also a much relief. The female brigade hardly impresses. And now the man himself; no one can actually doubt Kapil’s ability to make people laugh but the big canvas is a different ball game altogether. Here, actors rarely manage to go beyond the script to instate their strata even if the film is bad. And I am talking about actors.

    At the end, KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON is a big forgettable comic set. On Television, it might go overlooked but watching someone mouthing cheesy one-liners on big screen and not noticing his all dull, dry and dead lips sans lip-balm is the worst screen-makeup I have seen. If banning is being a fashion these days, [Though I don’t encourage of any kinds] I would call a ban on these mindless comedies that could harm a lot within you. Go back to the television, if you really want to see Kapil’s infectious energy, honesty, charm and the ruling power he holds in his show. You won’t find any of these in KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON. Nothing can force you to love it! [1/5]


    2. Hi Gaurav..I always follow your reviews n i luv them..But I have a different opinion on this film..If u check out the movies from 90's, talkin about david dhawan & Govinda movies..they had no logic but peopl luvd it n they were all box office hits..Why do we always scrutinize a movie trying to find logic..Some movies are for pure entertainment..n this movie does that well..deserves 2.5 stars..

    3. Hi Gaurav..I always follow your reviews n i luv them..But I have a different opinion on this film..If u check out the movies from 90's, talkin about david dhawan & Govinda movies..they had no logic but peopl luvd it n they were all box office hits..Why do we always scrutinize a movie trying to find logic..Some movies are for pure entertainment..n this movie does that well..deserves 2.5 stars..

  3. This is not much to catch in the film rather some punches unlike the ones we see Kapil saying the same in his comedy show. The script seemed flawed with not much of innovation or creativity in it. Similar is the story with the action part, as most of the female actors are newbie they failed to make any difference on the silver screen. Thus film doesn’t really deserve a higher rating, which is full with overacting and too much of humour, which becomes difficult to digest most of the time. Read full review at

  4. Yaah set a side ur brain specially logical brain n be happy to watch it ;)) with a bundle of joy


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