The film fails to evoke emotions and has nothing new to offer. It's a film where a lady is quite fascinated when introduced to a bar of soap and you have some heart talk by embroidering a peacock on a blanket.
It's good to watch Kapil Sharma step out of the slapstick comedy zone. The sad part is you find yourself asking him more often throughout the flick- Why so serious, boy? His antics here ain't enough to keep you hooked and you wish he hits the funny notes. Also, his lover boy avatar looks a tad unconvincing.
Looking for some entertainment quotient? Then, Kapil Sharma's Firangi barely manages to pass the mark.
Neither the comic potential at the core of the film nor the energy of Kapil Sharma's antics is enough to pull it out of the irremediable mess it degenerates into. Firangi might have been harmless fun if only it had stopped short of running so hopelessly amok.
There are comic punches flying here and there but it is Kapil the comedian who is anchoring the ship. He can be an actor but the comedian in him refuses to leave