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Kismet Love Paisa Dilli  (2012 - Hindi)

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  • K.L.P.D {Kutti Lucchi Pakaao Dhokebaaz}

    Kismet Love Paisa Dilli rating: 1 out of 10(Divya Solgama wrote on 05 Oct 2012)

    Vivek Oberoi began his career with a fantastic performance in his mentor Ram Gopal Verma’s ‘Company’, and then followed with some good performances in films like ‘Saathiya’, ‘Yuva’, ‘Masti’, ‘Omkara’, ‘Shootout at Lokhandwala’. Sadly besides these few films his other films were either mediocre or plain-bad. He returned to RGV for ‘Rakth Charitra 1 & 2’, but that spark was missing. This week, Oberoi, with Mallika Sherawat for a sizzling company, attempts yet another comeback in ‘KLPD – Kismet Love Paisa Dilli’ directed by Sanjay M.Khanduri whose last film was that little lost gem of a Black Comedy called ‘Ek Chalis Ki Aakhri Local’. So let’s find out how this new combination works for Vivek Oberoi.

    ‘KLPD – Kismet Love Paisa Dilli’ narrates the story of a typical Delhiite Rogue Lokesh Duggal {Vivek Oberoi} who decides to catch the last metro train in order to get hooked with Laveena {Mallika Sherawat}, an event manager whom he had laid his eyes on an hour ago. How that Last Metro changes the course of Lokesh’s life altogether is what the movie is all about.

    While the only major difference is perhaps the change of backdrop from Mumbai to Delhi, according to which many similar situations have been camouflaged as per the mood of the Capital City, ‘Kismet Love Paisa Dilli’ borrows a little too heavily from Khanduri’s own debut ‘Ek Chalis ki Last Local’, with Several scenes like the opening scene in Metro, Vivek & Mallika at Dhaba, The Gay track and many more including the final climax part too have been totally ripped off from there. But while ‘Ek Chalis Ki Aakhri Local’ had a great script with well-written sequences filled with great quirks & black humor, everything out here sadly looks too forced and jumbled up, never able to make sense of its craziness. The only watchable scenes are of Ashutosh Rana and his gang who keeps looting shopkeepers in order to celebrate his birthday, followed by the whole Ashutosh Rana vs. Sardar slap-fight. But event his track starts to lose its grip after a while. Besides, the movie has loads of negative points like a confused screenplay, a Predictable chain of events, little attention to Logic (Whole of Delhi partying and boozing off on 2nd October, a dry day), Vivek’s Urine track, Anshuman Jha’s track, lack of the ‘punch’ moments, lack of romance, lack of fun, lack of humor and one has just begun. The one thing this movie does not lack is the number of unnecessary and irrelevant side-tracks, which only end up adding to the boredom-quotient of the movie. Camera work is decent, but the editing is really shoddy.

    Music by Amjad Nadeem has nothing great to offer. The title track, ‘Dishkiyaaon’ and the Punjabi number ‘Jugaad’ are not at all worth mentioning. ‘Happy Birthday’ turns out to be quite an enjoyable video, thanks to Ashutosh Rana and his gang’s energy. Background Music is below average.

    Director Sanjay M. Khanduri’s debut ‘Ek Chalis Ki Aakhri Local’, at the time it released, was termed gross or cheap or vulgar by the family audience, but later garnered a huge following in youth who digged its zany black humor. Also the movie was brilliantly supported by performances of Abhay Deol, Neha, Nawazuddin, Ashok Samarth, Deepak Shirke, Amit Mistry and others. Sadly out here, except Ashutosh Rana, none of the actors manage to impress. Also the characters are half-baked, having nothing new to offer. Sanjay did not only change his first film’s settings from Mumbai to Delhi, but also ended up making it worse with a weak and confused script, and hence everything craps happens on the name of one night’s fun.

    Vivek Oberoi is a total misfit in this film and looks completely lost, perhaps the reason why he carried a single expressions throughout the movie. Looks like he has pledged to deliver the worst films year after year {Prince, Mission Istanbul, Naksha, Fool N Final, etc}. Mallika Sherawat too looks and acts pretty much the same way as in her earlier works, but minus her oomph factor. Neha Dhupia is wasted. Anshuman Jha as Nunnu was horrible, along with loads of other characters. Ashutosh Rana is perhaps the only saving grace in this film.

    So bol meri ‘Filmi Khopdi’ iss film mein kitna hai Dum ?

    Dum ? Well all I can say is this movie will take out all your Dum. It’s a total waste of money and will definitely be the top favorite contender for the year’s Worst. And yet, funnily enough, the makers justify their use of the title ‘KLPD’ as they give us a movie that only spoils all your mood for some excitement and fun. And yet, if one has to think of yet another alternative for a more suitable description of this movie – I would like to re change it to K.L.P.D {Kutti Lucchi Pakaao Dhokebaaz}

    Rating – 0.5/5

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