KIS KISKO PYAAR KAROON starts off with the definition of ‘shaadi’ and also with the introduction of Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan aka Bholu (Kapil Sharma) in a swanky car. Even as he drives the car, the audiences are driven to a flashback of events that establishes the connection between Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan’s past with his present.
If one had to sum up his life, then, the only statement that would do total justice to it is ‘Kar bhala toh ho bura’. Every time Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan lands up helping a girl (unmarried, to be specific) in distress, he lands up marrying that girl! That establishes the fact as to how he gets married to Juhi (Manjari Fadnis), Simran (Simran Kaur Mundi) and Anjali (Sai Lokur). Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan very successfully hides his marriage from all the three girls err… wives. And in order to avoid problems, he places them at various locations of Bandra, Borivali and Kandivali. But, upon the ‘expert advice’ of his close friend lawyer Karan (Varun Sharma), Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan buys one flat for each wife in an ironically named building called ‘Cocktail Towers’.
To all his wives, he explains his super busy schedule stating that he has three different ‘offices’ to be taken care of. He even names his different offices (read ‘wives’) on his mobile phone as ‘Head Office’, ‘Branch Office’ and ‘Area Office’. The common excuse that Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan gives to all the tree wives is that, because of his super busy job, he will spend one night with them and two nights in the office.
In that way, he actually does justice to all the three wives. The story takes a U-turn with the entry of Deepika aka ‘Enquiry Office’ (Elli Avram), the girl whom he really loves. Due to the fear of losing Deepika, Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan keeps her too in the dark about his marriages and his respective wives. Just when the duo (Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan and Deepika) plan to get married, Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan’s estranged parents (Sharat Saxena and Supriya Pathak) make an entry. In order to hide about his three marriages from them, Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan stations them separately with different wives on different floors. Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan doesn’t even tell his wives about his estranged parents. The plot gets further murkier when all the three wives become best of friends (unaware that they ‘share’ the same husband) and they land up seeing Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan’s parents coochie-cooing with each other, thus adding to the confusion. The confusion reaches its crescendo when Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan’s three wives get invited to their best friend Deepika’s wedding with Kumar (Shiv Ram Kishan). Will the three wives ever get to know each other’s reality and their husband’s relation with them, will Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan’s estranged parents unite again, will Deepika and Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan ever get married, will Kumar Shiv Ram Kishan’s reality be exposed to the world and his wives… is what forms the rest of the story.
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