Kuch Kuch Locha Hai Review
Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, previously titled Patel Rap is an upcoming Bollywood Comedy movie directed by Devang Dholakia starring Sunny Leone, Ram Kapoor, Evelyn Sharma and Navdeep Chabbra in lead roles. The film is presented by Magic Pictures and Entertainment Pvt Ltd. Asha Jhaveri is the associate producer of the film.Described as a Sexy Comedy, Navdeep Chabbra will debut with this film. It has been slated for release on 8 May 2015. The trailer of the film was released on 31 March 2015 and received a million views in 2 days.
Story : PP aka Pravin Patel (Ram Kapoor), a middle-aged married Gujarati businessman based in Malaysia, has a massive crush on Bollywood superstar Shanaya (Sunny Leone). When a contest is announced about winning a date with her in Kuala Lumpur, he grabs the opportunity to make his dream (of romancing her) come true. He then starts telling lies (lochas) in order to execute his secret plan.
You either have a sense of humour or you don't. If you try too hard to sound funny, it never works and that's the case here. If you put together done to death Gujju, Italian and gay people stereotypes, you get Kuch Kuch Locha Hai. Also, since Sunny Leone and Evelyn Sharma have been roped in, some serious skin show is guaranteed. However, despite the addition of these so-called crowd-pulling tactics, the jaded film fails to keep you awake, let alone entertain, as it lacks a decent story and fails on multiple grounds. After all, the concept of young people dressing up as oldies is no longer funny or probably works in plays better.
But the biggest issue with KKLH is its genre. While you assume it's a sex comedy, which was promoted as a family entertainer, it ends up being neither. Barring the ladies slipping into a bikini every two minutes or flaunting ample cleavage, the film is otherwise too boring to be a sex comedy. Ram Kapoor hams away to glory. Sadly, the film is not even unintentionally funny, except for this one occasion where Leone says, "Looks toh hai but I am ready to show talent." And she tries to hone that by deciding to stay with a Gujju family (Patel's) to get into the skin of a Gujju character she is about to play. Sigh.
KKLH is so tedious, inconsequential and long that by the end of it, you feel like you've spent days and not hours watching it. It's brave of the makers to have released it alongside a gem of a film called Piku!
Source : timesofindia