Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon (2015) - Comedy

Hohum Score

31

Bearable

A man (Kapil Sharma) falls in love with four women, but how will he keep them from finding out about each other?

IMDB: 5.7
Director: Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla
Stars: Kapil Sharma, Simran Kaur Mundi
Length: 133 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 26 found boring (15.38%)

One-line Reviews (18)

His expression seems constipated at best while the dialogs are bland.

On the whole KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON is full family entertaining film.

A good, entertaining film that could have been a lot better .

And Kapil as a thorough professional, made the optimum use of the opportunity given resulting in an enjoyable product.

Besides it's the fast paced screenplay and lot of well written sequences and dialogues placed brilliantly that actually save the film from moving into any dull phase right till the end.

In other words, technically also the film is entertaining.

A special word of praise for Kapil Sharma of course, who was as entertaining and brilliant as he is in his shows on the TV channels.

Enjoyable Family Comedy .

Plus among the veterans we have Supriya Pathak and Sharat Saxena taking the important responsibility of creating some fine entertaining situations in the second half.

so,went with my expectations low & genuinely enjoyed it.

Truly entertaining!

Such type of scenes makes character confusing and rest are exaggerated characters, deaf don brother, father extra marital affair, one person already get married three times again perusing to get married to fourth one!!

Kapil Sharma is a very good comedian, I was expecting some very good punches from him in this movie, but this movie is a waste of time.

The seasoned actors Manoj Joshi, Sharad Saxena and Supriya Pathak are enjoyable.

I always overlook the overall plot and story of a film if it turns out to be a laugh riot; this, despite being very entertaining and full of some very, very funny scenes, falls a little too flat in the story.

I found this movie thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining.

The confusion & the sequences that happen here, are so unabashedly senseless & hilarious, that I was in splits at many parts.

First half is unbearable, second half is OK at places.