“Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon” reminds you of films like “No Entry” “Shaadi No.1” and “Sandwich” for its entire runtime of 135 minutes. Not that there aren’t other films in different genres that remind us of old films, but Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon comes across as entirely unoriginal and yet only moderately funny.
The film also has one of the most repetitive screenplay which the writers must have thought was justified just because there are 3 wives and same situation! But to give the film its due, the film does have some good amount of jokes, some of which might leave you in splits. The entire Arbaaz Khan episode is a complete joyride. Also the pre-climax is extremely hilarious until the film takes a complete detour in its treatment in last few minutes.
The dialogues of the film are sharp at places and Kapil Sharma is giftedly comfortable in his part delivering the irreverent, cocky dialogues. But the half-dozen songs used in the film puts the film completely on spot. Ofcourse we can expect songs in such films at any point, but here, the songs are extremely tasteless. The plot involving Varun Sharma and the maid however is funny while he one involving Sharat Saxena and Supriya Pathak is plain boring.
Kapil SHarma does extremely well as pointed above. Arbaaz Khan surprises in a small little role. Varun Sharma is effective although his science-theories bits feel overdone after a point.
To sum it up, its a film that neither leaves you exhausted, nor does it leaves you entertained enough. There are genuine gags in the film to hold the attention, but not enough to cover up for its lapses.
Rating – 2/5 (Average)Tags: Abbas-Mustan Kapil Sharma Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Member Reviews Reviews