Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Reviews
It is a bad film with everything bad in it.
Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is an insane, bizarre film with absolutely no intention of making the audience satiated in any which manner. Avoid it if you can. As far as the Sunny Leone fans are concerned, YouTube also has those songs.
It would make perfect sense to give this film a miss, unless you are into bikinis and Gujju stereotypes.
This film is a highly avoidable, unless you happen to be a Ram Kapoor fan.
If you put together done to death Gujju, Italian and gay people stereotypes, you get Kuch Kuch Locha Hai. Also, since Sunny Leone and Evelyn Sharma have been roped in, some serious skin show is guaranteed. However, despite the addition of these so-called crowd-pulling tactics, the jaded film fails to keep you awake, let alone entertain
I would not even recommend this movie to Sunny Leone fans. Compared to KKLH, even Jism 2 feels like Citizen Kane (Okay, now I am going over-the-top!). Can anyone recommend a nice painkiller for a throbbing headache?
This film has a lot more locha than just kuch kuch. The script is shoddy, acting is mediocre and its run time will kill your mood to watch a film.
On the whole, KUCH KUCH LOCHA HAI is a light entertainer that can be watched if you are a fan of Sunny Leone and enjoy Ram Kapoor's histrionics.
There's definitely some major locha in this one. Watch it if you like having headaches.
It is sad that the ‘adult comedy’ genre in Bollywood now largely seems limited to ‘concepts’ written with Sunny Leone and a few men lusting around her in mind. It seems like the perfect excuse for lazy filmmakers and script writers to jump in on the ‘Sunny’ bandwagon with the hope of making a quick buck. - See more at: http://www.mid-day.com/articles/kuch-kuch-locha-hai--movie-review/16195185#sthash.bpGLJrDU.dpuf
The characters are cliched and the plotting doesn’t have anything interesting powering it. The screenplay has nothing much to joke about- just some silly, oft repeated age-old situations that don’t exactly measure up as humorous. The treatment is neither interesting nor entertaining. The music is the only saving grace here. It’s quite ear-pleasing otherwise everything here is loud, heavy-duty and conspicuously overdone!
Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is meant as a substitute to certain materials you can find over the internet, for those people who don't have access to the internet. Which means they don't have access to this review. Which means this was a wasted effort on my part.
If Sunny Leone wasn’t enough as a consolation prize, the audience gets to see Evelyn Sharma in a bikini too. So, if you’re looking for a sizzling comedy for the weekend, make sure you catch Kuch Kuch Locha Hai.
This is yet another B-grade Bollywood film made with the intention of exploiting Sunny Leone's image. Except for the sexuality, her character does not seem to have any other characteristics.
This is the kind of seedy effort that makes me wonder if director Dholakia wrapped up shooting every night, met friends at a bar and cackled at lewd jokes about which body part got maximum screen time. Before another male director has Leone play a nurse so that innuendos revolve around body exams and instruments, I suggest a blanket ban on bananas and Indian sex comedies.
So if you are okay with the same ole Gujju chatter and are a Sunny Leone fan, go for this one, otherwise we suggest just download the songs and set off for a long drive this weekend.
Audience Reviews for Kuch Kuch Locha Hai
Kuch Kuch Locha hai, a film by Devang Dholakia. I thought not to review this movie, but later decided to write a quick review just to stop you from watching this horrible movie. There is only locha in this movie. I wish, we stop making such movies. It does not fit under a specific genre. Neither there is any entertainment nor there is any message in the movie. Praveen Patel (Ram Kapoor) is a businessman in Malaysia and is a great fan of Shanaya (Sunny Leone), a bollywood actress. He wins a reality show which fetches him a date with Shanaya. Shanaya wants to prepare herself for the role of a Gujarati housewife and so she seeks help from Praveen Patel. Praveen manipulates his wife Kokila (Suchita Trivedi), manages to send her out of the house and brings Shanaya home. Indeed lot more locha take place during all these: Praveen’s son Jigar is a debutant Navdeep Chabbra and his love interest in the movie Naina (Evleen) are equally irritating. Sunny Leone is continuing to do what she has been doing in all previous films – just made an object of desire and lust. I am sad with the fact that Ram Kapoor, even after the failure of Hamshakals, chose to do another disastrous film.
Kuch Kuch Locha hai has only ‘Lochas’. So, just avoid it.
Summary: Expect Bawdiness & Rejoice! ♦ 14%
One knows what to expect when it comes to films like these.
Story about a married, salacious 40-something man (Kapoor) who falls for international (adult) movie star (Leone) is silly, but not enough silly. It is evident from the intro frames where the film is really going - hatching a sex comedy between the primary protagonists, using slapstick and comic dialogs. Unfortunately, old formula has been highly tampered with and all that is left for its audiences to absorb are few cleavages, slurs about these cleavages, and short skirts that emphasize the cleft.
People love sex comedies if they are honest, but in here there is visible honesty only about one thing: flesh show. Those expecting things from the film will receive it with pure irreverence from Leone and Sharma, who are strictly for that purpose. Other characters simply fool around with unclear intentions. Moreover, the base of the film itself is flawed - the guy probably wants to get laid with someone other than his wife, and when the time comes, refuses to acknowledge it. I have no sympathy or liking for such a character.
The film is an update only for Ram Kapoor - a lucky sod who used to romance sari-clad middle-aged women in TV and now fantasizes about voluptuous actors.
BOTTOM LINE: Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is an updated and modernized progeny of Bhojpuri sleaze films which used to have posters stuck inside bus stops and on street light poles - posters that had three main people in it, descriptively the boob-flashing heroine, her big-hearted (and probably well-endowed) hero lover, and her knife-wielding villain lover. You know what to expect. 1/10 - avoid.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NO
Alcohol: Mild | Profanity/Vulgarity: Medium