Kapil Sharma became a household name with Comedy Nights With Kapil becoming the number one television show. It has been over two years since Kapil has been entertaining us and we are mightily impressed with his hilarious jokes and excellent comic timings. However, acting is definitely not his cup of tea.
A man named Shiv Ram Kishan Kumar (Kapil Sharma), who under certain conditions, has to forcefully marry three women simultaneously, without his consent. These three women, unaware of the fact that they share the same husband, live in the same apartment complex. And somehow or the other, he manages to fool them, keeping his other marriages under wraps, thanks to his friend (played by Varun Sharma). However, there is a fourth woman (Elli Avram) with whom he is absolutely in love with and intends to actually marry her. Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon reminds you of Govinda’s 90′s movies which also shows him dealing with multiple wives.
Kapil Sharma does what he is best doing at- comedy. He delivers dialogues with much ease but when it comes to romance, he fails miserably. And this is quite evident in the first half of the film itself. Varun Sharma, who is well-known for his role in Fukrey, does a commendable job and you are sure to laugh uproariously on his scientific solutions. Watching Varun is a treat to the eyes and his ‘bromance’ with Kapil is something to look forward to.
All in all, the script is flawed, the plot is really silly and lame. The songs are there just for the heck of it. We did expect much more than this from Abbas Mustan, who have previously directed films such as Aitraaz and Race.