Kisse Pyaar Karoon? - Preview
Dir: Ajay Chandok
So superfluous is the depiction of love that you wonder what a fool you are to have taken ages to fall in and out of love. Such is the whole drama that you begin to doubt your potential to fall in love, let alone caring about who the protagonist should fall in love with. All this in the 80s style of filming and loving.
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NOT A REVIEW - Just wondering how many different ways there can be to complain about slapstick...
Three friends having fun. One of them super rich and gets into trouble but doesn't realize it. Other two try to save him. The three friends are played by Aashish Chowdhary, Arshad Warsi and Yash Tonk. The Aashish-Arshad combination brings back not-too-fond memories of Dhamaal. That, and the whole genre of 3-4 good-for-nothings getting together to create slapstick come to mind and create anticipatory anxiety. Not enticing at all.
Sample this -
Apprehensions multiply when the actor himself is not happy with the end result and refuses to promote the film.
It made him [Arshad Warsi] look like a second fiddle to Ashish Chowdhury and that would work against his image as he is playing the lead role in several other films.
Oops! Wasn't that like apparent at script stage? Or while shooting? Even otherwise didn't he realize he was making a fool of himself while doing this?
Needless to say, I'm not exactly excited about Kisse Pyaar Karoon. The hopeful me is wondering if there will be at least a thing or two to fall in love with. And I won't want to say, "kyon isse pyaar karun?"