Duration: 136 minutes
India Release Date: 25-SEP-2015
Plot: This is the story of a man who goes by 3 identitites- Shiv a.k.a Ram a.k.a Kishan (Kapil Sharma). This is due to his simultaneous marriages with 3 women. His wives are played by Simran Kaur Mundi, Manjari Phadnis and Sai Lokur. As luck would have it, all his wives live in the same apartment. But none of them knows the fact that Shiv,Ram and Kishan are one and the same man and cheating on them. Despite having 3 wives he falls for another woman Elli Avram. He plans to marry Elli Avram as well. But before he can execute another marriage,some sort of disturbance is caused. All his three wives come to know of his cheating.
Overall Review: KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON (KKPK) marks the Bollywood debut of Kapil Sharma, the Comedy King of India. Director duo Abbas-Mustan, who have been always associated with the thriller genre, directs Rom-Com this time and duo has handled the subject with ease. Though the plot is wafer thin, the tricky situations in which Kapil finds himself evokes laughter. First half of the film is Laugh-A-Thon but slow. It picks up later in second half as confusions and situational comedy will leave you in splits. Story is little bit dragged but brownie points to Director Duo who has executed in a sharp way that has helped to overshadow negative points in the overall film. This night with Kapil will surely emerge as LAUGH RIOT on Box Office.
Performance & Technical Review: Kapil Sharma (Shiv, Ram, Kishan & Kumar) has performed well. He might not be a good dancer but his comic timing is impeccable. He proved himself that comedy is just a piece of cake for him. His ability to pull off dramatic scenes will surprise you. All the actresses were given equal role on screen time and each role has been justified by the casting director. Music is complete letdown.
PDF Verdict: Put aside all your logic and board this ride to have a complete family entertainment. Surely, teenagers will have good learning sessions on Science and Home Science.
PDF Rating: 3.5 on 5 (Rating would have been 4 if editing would have been razor sharp)
Performance: 4 on 5
Script: 3.5 on 5
Music / Background Score: 3 on 5