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Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon



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110 Ratings

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25 Sep 2015
Critics Reviews Audience Reviews Updated: September 25, 2015 09:32 AM IST

Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Review

When there is nothing special story wise in this comic caper. A done and dusted storyline of a man, Shiv Ram Kishan (Kapil Sharma) who ends up getting married thrice as a result of some illogical, unexpected turn of events.

Kapil Sharma's comic timing is simply fantastic! This USP of his is what makes the scenes all the more hilarious. kapil has definitely chosen the right genre to mark his debut in the Hindi film industry and pretty sure the audience will love him, just the way they loved him on TV.

Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon will require you to literally leave logic, intelligence and common sense behind. Having said that Kapil Sharma's comedy flick is thoroughly enjoyable and will make you laugh through out. Definitely worth the watch.

The film's directors Abbas-Mustan, have been always associated with the thriller genre. Films like KHILADI, BAAZIGAR, SOLDIER, RACE etc, mirror this fact. Because KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON belongs to a comedy genre, what initially seems like an uphill task for the masters of thriller is handled by the duo with ease.

Kapil Sharma just couldn't have asked for a better debut than KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON, a film that caters to his comfort zone of comedy. His comic timing and the delivery of one-liners are totally unmatched and flawless.

On the whole, KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON can be watched if you enjoy Kapil Sharma's style of comedy.

Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan (Kapil) is a man troubled by the ill fate of three marriages. Due to some unfortunate and often illogical turn of events, our hero finds himself in situations that forces him to marry. And to help him hide his other marriages from his wives, he takes help of his lawyer friend Karan (Varun Sharma). And just when you thought that our hero has enough problems on his plate to deal with, he also has a girlfriend Deepika (Elli Avram) whom he truly loves and wants to marry. What will happen now? How can anyone possibly get out of this mess unscathed? Add a deaf don cum brother in law, estranged parents, a typical dim witted bai and an ever doubting future father in law into the equation, and you get heady mix of confusion and fun called Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon.

Kapil Sharma’s debut as the king of polygamy is funny but has no logic whatsoever. If you are looking for having a few laughs at the cinemas this week, and have the stomach to digest a dumb comedy, then Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon is for you! Watch it for Kapil Sharma’s impressive debut!

The story starts with the debutante Kapil Sharma who got married three times due to the twist of fate. While he somehow manages to hide his other two marriages from each of his wives.

Kapil Sharma makes an impressive debut in the KKPK. His ability to pull off dramatic scenes will surprise you. Neither does he look sexy nor does he dance well but still manages to connect with us through whole film. He plays three characters Shiv, Ram and Kishan and all three of them engage with audience. He is the soul of this film.

Overall “Kis Kis Ko Pyar Karu” is a delight to watch and you will definitely like Kapil Sharma’s impeccable comic timing.

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