Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu is an upcoming 2015 Indian romantic comedy film directed by director duo Abbas-Mustan, in which Indian TV stand-up comedy star Kapil Sharma will make his film debut In Bollywood.Wikipedia
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu Reviews
The only reason not to run out of the theatre, screaming, is that Sharma displays a surprising flair for underplaying.
KKPK establishes Kapil Sharma’s acting skills beyond doubt, but he couldn’t have made a worse choice. Watch the film only if you are a hopeless fan of the comedian. For us, even his talent was not enough to save the regressive and non-original film.
Over all Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is a brain dead comic caper. The film looks like a cheap Bhojpuri melodrama. If you still curious to watch the comedy king of small screen Kapil, then you could try Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon but don’t complain us later!
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.
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.
Arbaaz Khan and Varun Sharma deserve a special mention for they are hilarious. The girls look pretty and the samandar song is beautiful but if you want to see the film solely for Kapil's brand of humour, you get babaji ka thullu.
This is misogyny and regression masquerading as comedy, and Sharma seems to be too busy trying to morph into a Hindi film hero to employ his famous comic timing to good effect. Unless you are a fan of Sharma and his somewhat questionable humour, this film seems like a joke gone wrong.
If you’re a Kapil Sharma fan, chances are you’ll enjoy this one too. The brand and level of comedy is just the same as on his show.
In case you know how to handle dumb humor, this film will make you laugh and if not, God save you. This is not Kapil Sharma’s best attempt at comedy. In the name of a decent plot, you get ‘Babaji Ka Thullu’...
... can be watched if you enjoy Kapil Sharma's style of comedy.
Create as much as chaos and confusion is the only mantra of screenplay, rest all be damned. The scenes are artificial and look forced, while there may be the odd funny line, there is very little reason to cheer in this oddball story.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is the quintessential family film. It's comfortable entertainment with the right amount of popcorn quality. True to the masala formula, there are plenty of songs and exotic locations. There's no action but a generous helping of humour. But all that genre specifics are part of a film that's severely undercooked. Yes it will make you chuckle more than once, but two hours later you won't remember a single thing.
...though the film hangs on a flimsy plot the duo manage to extract huge Laugh Out Loud moments from the goings-on on screen.
The film, however, does make you laugh out loud in parts — at some points, because it is genuinely funny, but mostly in sheer exasperation at the absurdity of it all.
Off and on Abbas Mustan’s purported comedy will remind you of the Govinda comedies directed by David Dhawan and Anees Bazmi’s Sandwich. To his credit Kapil carries off the lighter moments with elan. But he is disastrous doing conventional romantic songs and other heroic stuff.
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.