Hum film nahin dekhega...
Kundan Shah is probably the only director in the recent times to release two movies in consecutive weeks. While his previous product Kya Kehna has lived up to his image as an offbeat director, in Hum To Mohabbat Karega he proves that he too can make conventional bollywood movies that torment the audience no end.
Raju (Bobby Deol), a waiter, is in love with the famous TV reporter Geeta Kapoor (Karishma). After a man is murdered, Kapoor shows up at Raju's door to ask him some questions - it turns out that Raju served the dead man his last supper, and the authorities hope that he might be able to help them. Raju lies and says that he was an eye witness, in order to spend more time with Kapoor. He gives the police a false description of the killer, but it matches his best friend Kutti (Johnny Lever), so soon Kutti is wanted by the police, and the Mafia, who is responsible for the killing, is after Raju.
Johnny Lever fails to entertain in the insignificant role of Bobby Deol’s friend. Anu Malik’s music is passable though the timing of the songs is horrible. Investigative journalism with a television backdrop reminds us of the recent flop Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani. Like PBDHH, HTMK too has long stretches of emotional sequences, which annoy the audience, who feel deceived by the caption, "A tickling romance, and a thrilling mystery". Even the occasional spurts of comedy are too stale to change the mood of the audiences.
Rating: 2 / 5