Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Movie Review « Film Dhamaka

After showing off what she does best (to display skin and seduce) in movies such as Jism 2, Ragini MMS 2 and Ek Paheli Leela , Sunny Leone decides to plant her seductress avatar in the new territory. Unlike her previous endeavors that banked heavily on mystery and horror, Kuch…

Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Movie Review

Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Movie Review

2015-05-07

Vaishnav

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After showing off what she does best (to display skin and seduce) in movies such as Jism 2, Ragini MMS 2 and Ek Paheli Leela , Sunny Leone decides to plant her seductress avatar in the new territory. Unlike her previous endeavors that banked heavily on mystery and horror, Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is a (sex) comedy. If that prospect makes you smack your lips and tempt to catch this one, read the headline again before you see yourself queuing up at the ticket counter. Replete with stale jokes, this one is a big waste of your time, unless of course, you want to ogle the hottie sauntering in and out of possibly every frame in teeny-weeny clothes. Even a desperate Ram Kapoor will fail to hold your attention as the man who desires to date the hottie. True to the title, this one offers a series of lochas on multiple levels that will make you feel giddy before sending you on a yawn-fest!

An exciting contest fetches a Gujarati business (Ram Kapoor) a rare chance to meet the silver-screen sensation Shanaya (Sunny Leone) No need to mention the man is smitten by the hottie to the extent that he worships her. His fantasies about the actor look juvenile and the means he employs to chase the dream girls are downright laughable (unintentionally, of course). Shanaya has only one….ahem ahem goal on her mind (will she…errr score?): To learn Gujarati language from the man who is desperate to do anything for her. The babe has a hot new project up her sleeves that demands her to speak the tongue with a certain flourish. Two inexplicably odd people meet to create locha as Ram Kapoor’s character leaves no stone unturned to keep his ‘association ‘ a secret from his conservative family. Director Devang Dholakia then introduces Navdeep Chbra and Evely Sharma to add more tadka to the tale. But nothing seems to work to the director’s advantage and KKLH continues go down the spiral with every minute passing.

Kuch Kuch Locha Hai has a promising beginning, but then Dholakia resorts to some really creepy one liners and Sunny-fixation. More than trying to draw—dare we say—performance out of the damsel, he employs skinshow. Sunny flutters her eyelashes and speaks in an accent that only get on your collective nerve. After a point you are exhausted with the feeling that come from being trapped in an elevator even as the director keeps playing the predictable concoction of Sunny-and-seduction on the loop. No wonder you start chuckling even when Sunny tries to scorch the screen with Paani Wala Dance and Daaru Pee Ke Dance. Ram Kapoor too is completely wasted in this one. At 2 hours 20 minutes you are looking for that one elusive scene for Ram to shine through. Alas! the actor looks desperate to generate some interest in this yawn inducing drama.

We must ask a pertinent question here: What’s wrong with Kapoor? The Bade Acche Lage Hain famed may make ladies go week in the knees—in spite of his rounded glory, but the fact remains that Ram has been a massive let down on multiple fronts, of late. For someone who has positioned himself (albeit unknowingly) as the ultimate family man with virtues that are impossible to match, Ram resorted to doing movies such as Humshakals is a pity. The cinematic torture converted Ram into an instant Sham! Tch Tch Mr Kapoor! We only fooled ourselves into believing that Ram may redeem himself with Kuch Kuch Locha Hai and entertain us with clean humour. We were wrong on the first count and dead wrong on the second count!

Credit : India.com

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