Sunny Leone and Ram Kapoor’s adult comedy finally released today and here we with our Kuch Kuch Locha Hai review, to help you decide where to spend your precious time or money on the movie for the weekend or not.
Sunny Leone is ruling the screens with back to back releases, though any of her films haven’t done a brilliant job however she is indeed become busy name in Bollywood. Her much-recent release with Ram Kapoor is a rom-com however, amid the mundane movie of the years, it also doesn’t seems something different.
The film revolves around the character of Ram, who is obsessed with Bollywood diva Shanaya. The turn comes in the story when Ram gets to come closer Shanaya, while she comes to stay at her home, concerning her role of a Guajarati lass in one of her film. Sunny Leone being Sunny Leone has done a lot of skin show, though the diva is beautiful however there isn’t anything new, we have seen her doing the same many a times earlier. Ram Kapoor on the other hand, was a great expectation but his loud expressions and desperation also doesn’t seems holding the audiences.
Devang Dholakia’s Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Movie didn’t Manages to ImpressThought we believe that the film does not have anything to offer, moreover clashing the theaters with a film boasting as strong trio as Big B, Deepika and Irrfan makes all its efforts go in vein. Both of the films are of comic genera however targets audiences of a totally different interests. Piku in the interim is gathering a lot of acclamations from all the facades.
The Gujarati businessman has been thrown away by the beauty, and he tries his best to keep to his conservative family unknown about his hush hush zeal about the actress and her presence. As much as the debutant Navdeep Chabra is concerned, he hasn’t done an impressive debut. On the other hand, Evely Sharma is a bikini clad that you get to see in the film nothing else of her is at display throughout.
Here is the Final Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Review VerdictAll in all Devang Dholakia’s film seems sinking akin a ship with every passing minute in its runtime. Talking about the comedy, which doesn’t seems much as comedy, there are creepy scenes and one-liners, with a myriad of seduction elements. Post Shajid Khan’s Humshakals, this is the second time when the Bade Acche Lagte Hai actor has disappointed mammoth of his fans.
By and large, Kuch Kuch Locha Hai review gets a thumbs down from us, as it neither manages to garner big stars nor good reviews.