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Ki and Ka Movie Review

Ki and Ka Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Ki and Ka"
Runtime: 2 Hours 06 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 01-04-2016
Genre: Romance, Drama, Comedy
3 / 5.0

We have a film where the man of the house becomes the homemaker while the woman is the breadwinner. Sounds interesting? Well, read the review of Ki and Ka to know further. 


Kareena Kapoor Khan wants to climb the ladder of success in her career sooner and works as a Marketing Manager. She is so career-focused that she doesn’t want marriage to hamper her progress. And there is Arjun Kapoor, who wants to follow his mother’s footsteps of being a homemaker (instead of wanting to be like his millionaire father). A point to be noted here is that he had come out in flying color in IIM-B.
These two people happen to meet each other on a flight and being Arjun’s mother’s birthday Arjun reminisces her to Kareena. And the much-expected talks happen between the two, cupid strikes,  and eventually, they get married to each other. Well, they don’t even mind the age difference (Kareena is three years older to Arjun), and Arjun has no issues in wearing a mangal sutra! Watch the movie to know how their marriage progresses and what is the reaction of their parents.

Star Performances

Kareena Kapoor is the star of the moment; she is especially good in the emotional scenes. She also looks gorgeous, and her dialogue delivery is apt to the role. Also, it is heartening to see her in a meaty role after working in some male-dominated movies. As for Arjun Kapoor, he has done his job earnestly, but he could have carried it out with intensity. Swaroop Sampat, who dons the role of Kareena’s mother gives a streak of humor to the movie while Rajit Kapur does full justice to his role of Arjun’s father. Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan appears in a cameo role in the film.


Director Balki has touched a good concept, but the way in which it is approached lacks luster. He has earlier worked in films like Paa, Shamitabh, and Cheeni Kum and it is obvious that in this movie too he has concentrated on a strong premise. Though the director has tried to convey a message through the given premise, the film lacks luster.

What’s there?

  • The role reversal is something quite new to the Indian audience.  This is the major highlight of the movie.
  • Ki and Ka start off on a promising note. 
  • Music is commendable; the songs are peppy and are relevant.  BGM complements with the tempo of the film. 

What’s not there?

  • The writing of Ki and Ka is not up to the mark. 
  • There is a lack of logic in some scenes.
  • When we are about to get hooked to the film the second half plays spoilsport. 


The movie has good performances, some good scenes, but the execution could have been better.