Director: Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla, Mastan Alibhai Burmawalla
Cast & Crew: Kapil Sharma, Varun Sharma, Elli Avram, Manjari Fadnis, Manoj Joshi, Arbaaz Khan, Simran Kaur Mundi, Supriya Pathak, RajeshB.
Music: Dr. Zeus
STORY: A man (Kapil Sharma) falls in love with four women, but how will he keep them from finding out about each other?
REVIEW:Thriller experts Abbas-Mustan do a David Dhawan and Kapil Sharma a component film form of his drama appear. Without a solitary amusing line. The outcome: a small time demonstrate that may have worked with yesteryear’s Govinda and the Sajan Chale Sasural classification. With Sharma in each edge, giving the same pop-peered toward look and rattling off dialogs like he’s perusing fine print in a common store commercial, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu speaks the truth one man and his three wives. That is four parody appears in one. Just, the real parody appears on TV are better.
Contingent upon your comical inclination, this film could be a comic drama or a catastrophe. For Sharma fans, the answer is clear. For others, the main clever minutes in the film accompany Sharat Saxena as Sharma’s on screen father , clarifying his own particular disloyalty with a verse from an old tune:
“Ek hawa ka jhoka aaya,
Toota dali se phool
Na pawan ki na chaman ki,
Kis ki hai yeh bhool?”
Sharma plays Kumar, whose own scrape is clarified as a progression of mishaps. Biwi Number One, Juhi (Manjari Phadnis), is dumped on Kumar by a diminishing father.
Biwi Number Two, Anjali (Sai Lokur), is constrained upon Kumar by a hard of hearing wear sibling, Tiger bhai (Arbaaz Khan, joined by a thunder out of sight score). Biwi Number Three, (Simran Kaur Mundi) traps Kumar when her own particular lucky man flees.
Since Kumar needs to be a decent spouse to each of his three wives – this implies a decent morning kiss to each of them and bushels of lies for the duration of the day – his legal advisor mate Karan (Varun Sharma) encourages Kumar to purchase three pads in one building. Less drive, more opportunity to philander.
Thus it is that Kumar moves into Cocktail Towers with his three wives, each of whom supposes she’s the light of his life. The spouse determines his morning farewell by remaining at the building door and waving at all three wives remaining at their overhangs, one over the other.
As may be clear, this film is not about rationale. It’s about how brilliant Kumar is regarding the matter of dealing with his untruths and keeping reality from his three wives. So we overlook subtle elements like the way that we have no clue what precisely Kumar accomplishes as a profession, other than wear reflectors and convey satchels. What’s more, we’re relied upon to giggle at the methods Karan resorts to so as to spare his amigo’s backside. So the falling of a clothing starting with one wife’s washing line then onto the next wife’s overhang is clarified utilizing Newton and gravity as a part of a joke that bodes well just to the producers and the cleaning specialist who drops the clothing.
Kumar manages his conjugal anxiety by moving endlessly with a sweetheart, Deepika (Elli Avram). So when Kumar is not avoiding one wife or the other, he is occupied with concealing every one of the three from Deepika and her father. The film races through adventures in a shopping center when everybody from the wives to Deepika’s dad and Tiger bhai area up and play find the stowaway. Weak April Fool jokes become an integral factor and adolescent shenanigans develop with the full moon on a Karva Chauth night.
The one fortunate thing about KKPK is the pace at which Abbas-Mustan keep the film moving. Given more convincing circumstances and lines, they may have improved. Then, if seeing Kumar holding tight a divider and getting the moon, makes you chuckle, go watch KKPK, however at your own dan