|Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon|
|Produced by||Ganesh Jain|
|Written by||Anukalp Goswami|
|Screenplay by||Anukalp Goswami|
|Story by||Anjali Bora|
Simran Kaur Mundi
Javed - Mohsin
|Edited by||Hussain Burmawalla|
Venus Records & Tapes
Abbas-Mustan Films Production Pvt. Ltd.
|Distributed by||Pooja Entertainment|
|Box office||est. ₹582.0 million|
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon (transl. Whom should I love?) is a 2015 Indian Hindi-language comedy film directed by Abbas Mustan. Indian stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma made his Bollywood debut with this movie, as did lead actress Sai Lokur and supporting actress Jamie Lever. Other cast members include Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Fadnis, Simran Kaur Mundi, Elli Avram, Varun Sharma, Supriya Pathak, Sharat Saxena, Manoj Joshi and Sharad Sankla. Kapil Sharma was to have previously appeared in Yash Raj's film Bank Chor, but he opted out of it. The music is composed by Tanishk Bagchi, Dr Zeus, Javed Mohsin and Amjad Nadim. The film was served with legal notice citing similarities to a Kannada film, Nimbehuli produced by Subhash Ghai.
This film starts with a voiceover of the explanation of marriage and how it has changed peoples lives. Then, it takes it straight to the one and only Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan's life. It has been shown how Kumar marries three different women in an accidental way – Juhi, Anjali and Simran – in order to prevent them from committing suicide. Without letting them know about each other, he makes excuses to spend one night with each wife. On the advice of his friend, Karan, he buys three flats on different floors of the same building for his wives, and Kumar and Karan experience unlikely situations as a result.
Kumar also has a girlfriend, Deepika, who he wants to marry, and Deepika's father accepts Kumar as his son-in-law. One evening before Karva Chauth (a one-day festival where women fast for the safety of their husbands), Deepika's father sees Kumar with his three wives, one-at-a-time, but Kumar passes it off as an April Fool trick played by the women. Deepika's father again suspects Kumar when he sees Kumar's photo and believes him to be engaged to a female employee. Deepika and Kumar decide to marry in court to avoid tensions. However, another complication arises as Kumar's estranged parents reconcile, realize they each know their son to have a different wife, then learn he's to marry Deepika.
Karan and Deepika wait a long time at the courthouse; when Kumar does arrive, he sees his three wives – who have become good friends with Deepika – and has to hide. Karan tells Deepika and the wives that the groom went to a hospital to help a friend, and to postpone the marriage by two days. The wives leave and Kumar comes out saying it's okay and they can marry, stopping Deepika when she tries to call her friends. He suggests going to a temple to marry, and sends Karan to bring what they'll need.
Deepika's father brings Kumar and Deepika to his office and confronts his employee. The woman denies that Kumar is her fiancé, and Deepika's father realizes the photo had been left by his daughter. Deepika's father decides to fire his employee for making him doubt his future son-in-law, but Kumar saves her job and Deepika's father decides to celebrate the marriage.
Everyone arrives on the day of the marriage, all made to wear marriage clothes so that they can't recognize Kumar or each other. However, Anjali's brother Tiger Bhai is in search of a guy, and makes everyone to put down their pagri (turbans, with veils concealing their faces). Kumar hesitates when it is his turn, but Tiger's men bring the guy and Kumar is spared.
The marriage ceremony continues. By chance, Kumar's face passes in front of a fire and he is exposed. Kumar explains that he didn't break heart with his three wives – that they forcefully made him marry, without listening to him or asking if he was married, that he couldn't leave them to commit suicide, and confesses his deep regret at breaking the heart of his true love, Deepika. Everyone cries and Kumar's mother hugs him tightly while Deepika's father asks Deepika for her choice. At the end, all four wives are shown accepting each other, with only Tiger left in confusion.
- Kapil Sharma as Shivkumar “Bholu” Ramkrishn Punj alias Ram Kumar Punj/Shiv Kumar Punj/Kishan Kumar Punj/Kumar Punj
- Sai Lokur as Anjali Kishan Punj, Shiv's third wife, Tiger bhai's sister
- Elli Avram as Deepika Kothari Punj, Shiv's girlfriend turned fourth wife
- Simran Kaur Mundi as Simran Shivkumar Punj, Shiv's second wife
- Manjari Fadnis as Juhi Ramkrishn Punj, Shiv's first wife
- Jamie Lever as Champa , Simran's House Maid
- Arbaaz Khan as Tiger Bhai, Anjali's brother
- Supriya Pathak as Rukmani Punj, Shiv's mother, Brijmohan's divorced wife
- Sharat Saxena as Brijmohan Krishn Punj, Shiv's father, Rukmani's divorced husband
- Varun Sharma as Advocate Karan, Shiv's friend
- Kundan Pandey as Aryan
- Manoj Joshi as Gulabchand Kothari, Deepika's father
- Sunny Cheema as Anil
- Praveen K Bhatia as Guard
- Sharad Sankla as Charlie
- Nataliya Kozhenova as Lily
The film began production in the first week of November 2014. The film was produced by Ratan Jain, Ganesh Jain and Abbas-Mustan under their banner Venus Records & Tapes Pvt Ltd in association with Abbas Mustan Films Production Pvt Ltd.
|Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||4 September 2015|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Zee Music Company|
|Dr Zeus chronology|
The soundtrack for Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon was composed by Dr Zeus, Tanishk Bagchi, Javed–Mohsin and Amjad–Nadeem, with lyrics written by Shabbir Ahmed, Arafat Mehmood, Raj Ranjodh, Mavi Singh and Bhinda Bawakhe.
|1.||"Jugni Peeke Tight Hai" (Version 1)||Shabbir Ahmed||Amjad–Nadeem||Divya Kumar, Kanika Kapoor||04:54|
|2.||"DJ Bajega To Pappu Nachega"||Shabbir Ahmed||Javed–Mohsin||Wajid, Ritu Pathak, Shalmali Kholgade, Rap by Danish Sabri||04:29|
|3.||"Samandar Main"||Arafat Mehmood||Tanishk Bagchi||Shreya Ghoshal, Jubin Nautiyal||05:24|
|4.||"Bam Bam"||Raj Ranjodh||Dr Zeus||Kapil Sharma, Kaur B, Dr Zeus, Simran Ram||04:05|
|5.||"Billi Kat Gayee"||Raj Ranjodh||Dr Zeus||Rajveer Singh, Ikka and Dr Zeus||04:07|
|6.||"Hum To Yaaro Latak Gaye"||Dr Zeus||Kapil Sharma, Kundan Pandey||01:32|
|7.||"Billi Kat Gayee" (Remix)||Raj Ranjodh||Dr Zeus||Rajveer Singh||03:27|
|8.||"Bam Bam" (Remix)||Raj Ranjodh||Dr Zeus||Kapil Sharma, Dr Zeus, Kaur B||03:34|
|9.||"Jugni Peeke Tight Hai" (Version 2)||Shabbir Ahmed||Amjad–Nadeem||Divya Kumar, Sukriti Kakar||04:57|
Bollywood Hungama gave the film three stars out of five, citing the film as a perfect vehicle for Sharma's transition from television, the directors' successful transition from action to comedy, and the screenplay and dialogues as "extremely engaging" while calling the music a letdown.
Rohit Bhatnagar of Deccan Chronicle wrote that Varun Sharma's portrayal of Karan was comical, but the screenplay was "dismal", the music was "ear piercing" and the dance numbers were "sleazy", with Kapil Sharma's dancing described as "stiff".
Martin D'Souza of Glamsham wrote, "it is Kapil's comic timing and assurance of turning a nondescript scene into something humongously hilarious is what tilts the scales in favour of this film.
Renuka Vyavahare of The Times of India gave the movie 2 out of 5 stars, saying, "The girls look pretty and the samandar song is beautiful but if you want to see the film solely for Kapil's brand of humour, you get babaji ka thullu."
Subhash K. Jha of SKJ Bollywood News gave the movie 3 out of 5 stars, saying, "Off and on Abbas Mustan's purported comedy will remind you of the Govinda comedies directed by David Dhawan and Anees Bazmi's Sandwich. To his credit Kapil carries off the lighter moments with elan."
On its second day the film collected ₹86.0 million (US$1.2 million). The film collected ₹101 million (US$1.4 million) on its third day taking the first weekend total to ₹288 million (US$4.0 million) net. On the fifth day the film collected ₹38.1 million (US$530,000). The film collected ₹435 million (US$6.1 million) in India and grossed around ₹79.2 million (US$1.1 million) at international markets in its first week taking its worldwide gross total to ₹500 million (US$7.0 million).
The film grossed ₹51.0 million (US$720,000) in its second week to take its total to ₹486 million (US$6.8 million) after two weeks.
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