Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon (2015)

India| September 2015| 133 min| Hindi
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon (2015)
Genre Comedy
Color Color
Certification UK:PG , India:UA , Singapore:PG
Locations Jodhpur, India
Director Abbas-Mustan
Lead Cast Kapil Sharma, Elli Avram, Simran Kaur Mundi, Manjari Fadnis, Sai Lokur
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Plot Summary
The film follows the story of a man (Kapil Sharma) who has 3 identities: Shiv, Ram and Kishan. Every time Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan saves a girl in distress, he ends up marrying that girl under some bizarre circumstances, which leads to him having three wives - Juhi (Manjari Phadnis), Simran (Simran Kaur Mundi) and Anjali (Sai Lokur). KSRK somehow manages to hide this from all his wives, despite them residing in the same building. Complications in his life take a new turn when he falls in love with another girl, Deepika (Elli Avram). Being afraid of losing his ladylove, he wants to marry her, but things turn upside down with the arrival of KSKR's estranged parents, and with Deepika's father not entirely convinced with the alliance. A twist in the tale comes when Juhi, Simran, Anjali and Deepika become best of friends, and the three wives are invited to their best friend's wedding.
Trivia
The film marks ace comedian and TV personality Kapil Sharma's debut in Bollywood.

The film also marks Bollywood debut for Jamie Lever, the daughter of Bollywood actor and one of the most noted comedians of Indian cinema, Johnny Lever.

Before this film Kapil Sharma was supposed to debut in Bollywood with a YRF film titled Bank Chor, but things didn't work out.

Kapil Sharma was the only actor the director duo Abbas-Mustan had in mind for the script of the film.

Despite receiving mixed bag reviews from critics, the film was a huge success at the box office.
Kapil Sharma Shiv Ram Kishan Kumar
Elli Avram Deepika
Simran Kaur Mundi Simran
Manjari Fadnis Juhi
Sai Lokur Anjali
Arbaaz Khan Tiger Bhai, Anjali's brother
Supriya Pathak Shiv's Mother
Sharat Saxena Shiv's Father
Varun Sharma Karan, Shiv's friend
Kundan Pandey Aryan
Manoj Joshi Deepika's Father
Jamie Lever Champa, Simran's maid
Sunny Cheema
Praveen K Bhatia
Sharad Sankla Charlie
Jeetu Verma
Director Abbas-Mustan
Producer Abbas-Mustan
Ganesh Jain
Ratan Jain
Executive Producer Mohammed S Burmawala
Sanchita Chatterjee
Rajan Vanmali
Writer Anukalp Goswami(story)
Anukalp Goswami(screenplay)
Dheeraj Sarna(screenplay)
Anukalp Goswami(dialogue)
Dheeraj Sarna(dialogue)
Lyricist Shabbir Ahmed
Arafat Mehmood
Raj Randjodh
Bhinda Bawakhel
Mavi Singh
Music Composer Javed Mohsin
Amjad-Nadeem
Tanishk Bagchi
Dr ZeusSalil Amrute(background music)
Singers Wajid Ali
Ritu Pathak
Shalmali Kholgade
Divya Kumar
Kanika Kapoor
Zubin Nautiyal
Shreya Ghoshal
Kapil Sharma
Dr Zeus
Kaur B
Rajveer Singh
Ikka
Kundan Pandey
Sukriti Kakkar
Choreographers Ahmed Khan
Raju Khan
Cinematographer Dilshad VA
Action Director
Film Editor Hussain A Burmawala
Casting Director
Production Designer
Art Director Ashok Lokare
Costume Designer Naahid Shah
Production Companies Venus
Abbas Mastan Productions
Distributor Pooja Entertainment and Films Ltd
Trigger Edge
Song # 1DJ Bajega To Pappu Nachega
Written byShabbir Ahmed
Composed byJaved Mohsin
Performed byWajid Ali,   Ritu Pathak,   Shalmali Kholgade,   Danish Sabri (rap)
 
Song # 2Jugni Peeke Tight Hai - I
Written byShabbir Ahmed
Composed byAmjad-Nadeem
Performed byDivya Kumar,   Kanika Kapoor
 
Song # 3Samandar Main
Written byArafat Mehmood
Composed byTanishk Bagchi
Performed byZubin Nautiyal,   Shreya Ghoshal
 
Song # 4Bam Bam
Written byRaj Randjodh
Composed byDr Zeus
Performed byKapil Sharma,   Dr Zeus,   Kaur B
 
Song # 5Billi Kat Gayee
Written byRaj Randjodh
Composed byDr Zeus
Performed byRajveer Singh,   Ikka,   Dr Zeus
 
Song # 6Hum To Yaaro Latak Gaye
Written byBhinda Bawakhel,   Mavi Singh
Composed byAmjad-Nadeem
Performed byKapil Sharma,   Kundan Pandey
 
Song # 7Jugni Peeke Tight Hai - II
Written byShabbir Ahmed
Composed byAmjad-Nadeem
Performed byDivya Kumar,   Sukriti Kakkar
 
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Reviews on external websites
All ratings are based on 5. NA indicates rating not available.

Hindustan Times|Review by Sweta Kaushal
All the pre-release hype around TV star Kapil Sharma’s debut on the big screen, Abbas Mustan’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon comes crashing down in the first half hour after the credits have rolled out.
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NDTV|Review by Saibal Chatterjee
It would be bad news for the makers of the film if one were to take Kapil Sharma’s big screen debut with any degree of seriousness. Ironically, Abbas-Mustan’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, a rough-hewn vehicle designed to extend a very, very long rope to television’s number one comedy show host, wants to be regarded as a serious cinematic effort.
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1.5
DNA India|Review by Sarita A Tanwar
The film is a mish-mash of a lot of films from the 90s (Saajan Chale Sasural, Sandwich) but the screenplay just can’t keep pace.
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2.5
Mumbai Mirror|Review by Kunal Guha
This film is reminiscent of the goofball comedies that worked in the 90s. The dialogues may not be rib-ticklers but the tone and interpretation of a situation could earn a chuckle or two. If you're missing Kadar Khan and Govinda at their belle epoque, this one's for you.
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2.5
Mid-Day.com|Review by Shubha Shetty-Saha
This film belongs to some prehistoric era when a woman’s sole aim was to trap a man to marry and men’s sex appeal went up a few notches when they cheated on and lied to their wives. In this time and age, the story can, at best, be described as a sad, delusional male’s wet dream.
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