Kismet Love Paisa Dilli (2012) *MQ*

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Lokesh Duggal (Vivek Oberoi) is a raffish and streetwise Delhi guy who has a life changing moment aboard the last metro.His life turns topsy turvy when suddenly he is dragged into chaotic slurry of cops and goons and even a don chasing him.All this for that one missing tape which everyone thinks, for some reason, lies with Lokesh.

Soon he is joined by an unlikely partner called Lavina (Mallika Sherawat) who initially hands Lokesh over to the cops to protect herself but later on get embroiled in the same mess as Lokesh. Rest of the movie is a series of mishaps and occurrences that suck Lokesh and Lavina into this mess even strongly.

As the name suggests, KLPD sticks to acronym to the T. Director Sanjay Khanduri found the cocky meaning of the acronym so fascinating that he didn’t think twice before following the same route with the movie. The fact that a man who gave the critically acclaimed movie Ek Chalis Ki Last Local could come out with something this astute is really disappointing.

It is an acknowledged truth that your second venture dictates whether you are supremely talented and here to stay or were plain lucky in your first endeavor. Khanduri has the trappings of a fine storyteller, a narrator of wacky stories and let’s give the credit where it’s due, KLPD – KISMET LOVE PAISA DILLI has moments that charm you [in the second hour], but they are few and far between in this case.

The problem with KLPD – KISMET LOVE PAISA DILLI is, you keep going back to his earlier film while watching this one, although the situations/sub-plots are completely diverse. The recall value of EK CHALIS KI LAST LOCAL is so strong, and with Khanduri borrowing a few occurrences from that film, KLPD – KISMET LOVE PAISA DILLI comes across as a deprived cousin. Additionally, what could’ve been communicated in a concise and snappy format is lengthened for no particular reason.

Besides, a number of sequences in the film are outright vulgar. Not just sequences, even gestures, dialogue and names/surnames too. It’s loaded with toilet humor and lewd jokes. They make you uncomfortable after a point. What’s more, some of the characters behave so ridiculously, like Ashutosh Rana [watch the sequence when the villain pumps bullets into him] and the delivery boy [who literally flies like a superhero], it gets on your nerves.

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