Kis Kisko Pyar Karoon Movie Review
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You would be nostalgic of the Bollywood of 90s through this film. Abbas-Mustan, who are known for their thriller films like Baazigar and Aitraaz, tried their luck at comedy. But is the film really comical? A man who is having more than one wife can surely tickle your humour bones, but this film only works in pieces.
Plot: To make this film a really entertaining one, it is upto your mindset. You cannot expect logic from this film and Abbas-Mustan has safely traversed the path of David Dhawan in this regard. Kumar tries to please all his three wives, whom he got wedded due to circumstances. Doesn’t this film remind us of Saajan Chale Sasural? Maybe this film could have struck a chord in the 90s.
The tempo of the film is the only saving grace. We have seen Kapil Sharma in Comedy Nights and he had the guts to be blatantly confident in that. But the million dollar question is does the confidence work in the silver screen? If you really like him then there is no issue in watching this film. After all, you want to leave your logic mind behind. Well, Kapil Sharma is lucky enough to romance four beauties in his very first film. Kapil Sharma reminds Govinda’s innocence, but that is much needed in a topic as saving oneself from three wives, and to bring the much needed comedy. However, Kapil Sharma could have given an even more better performance, like his proving of his mettle in Comedy Nights With Kapil. Emotional acting is surely not his strength. The women of the film have little scope to perform.
Well, this could have been a good piece from Abbas-Mustan and Kapil Sharma.
Verdict: Watch it without high expectations.