Review: The country where Hindi movies and cricket are worshipped and where actors and cricketers are considered nothing short of Gods, and where everyone bonds over the two most important factors that drive the normal day-to-day functioning. From the makers of Rang De Basanti and the director of the Farhan Akhtar-Arjun Rampal starrer, Rock On!, comes a film that re-establishes the fact that friends are extended families. You love them so that nothing can shake the strong foundations on which a friendship such as this is based.

In a pre-release interview, Abhishek Kapoor mentioned that he worked with new actors in the film primarily because he wanted the film to have a fresh look and feel. All three male leads, Sushant Singh Rajput, Amit Sadh and Raj Kumar Yadav make a completely new beginning with this film also propelling themselves into the film industry where the sky is practically the limit – no definition of the kind of film that will work with the audience of today. Amrita Puri makes her presence felt to an extent, even though this is a male-dominated film. The point of contention however, is the loose ends of the storyline – there’s too much happening simultaneously.

The bond that the three boys share is tested through dreams, aspirations, an upcoming cricket prodigy, politics, the Gujarat earthquake and a love story. Unfortunately, that’s where it loses fizz. Through spectacular cinematography, great direction and very good music score, the story’s weight is as light as feather. Based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel, The Three Mistakes of my Life, the film is definitely a lot better, since the book didn’t have a lot of depth to offer – the ones who read it, would understand the sentiment. All performances in the film demanded undivided attention from the audiences for all of them exuded immense charm and versatility.

The journey from being boys to men through the challenges that life throws at them, is rather endearing. Blame it on Farhan Akhtar for introducing films that talks about bromance – from Dil Chahta Hai to Zindagi Naa Milegi Dobara (directed by Zoya Akhtar, co-starring Farhan Akhtar) – a new genre of films found its target audience in today’s youth. Only if this film excelled in all departments, the true meaning of Kai Po Che would’ve been justified.

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  1. Baba Filmy

    February 25, 2013 at 10:15 am

    I don’t know why the critics always write such tough english which requires constant dictionary by your side. This also looks like my manager feedback for my performance. He always says that you have done exceptionally well but you get 2.5/5, on similarly lines Mr. reviewer has wrote this column

  2. Manish

    February 25, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Waste of Time & Money!!!!!!!

    I dont understand the 3 Mistakes rather there were multiple mistakes the Title itself “Kai po Che” which is “I have cut the kite” only used once in the movie with no context to the base movie.

    Actors were performing good but showing more of excitement than acting!!!

    All movies based on Cricket,Politics or Dreams doesnt become success stories.

    I think Chetan & Abhishek are just encashing the movie based on 3idiots success, movie Viewers will think that this is also the Movie as good as 3 idiots bcoz it is based on Chetan’s novel but i am sure when people will come out of theatre they will only say “My Mistake”……. Rgds

    • Suds

      March 2, 2013 at 11:21 pm

      agree hundred percent. it was a total waste of time!

    • Satya

      March 4, 2013 at 1:11 am

      Exactly.. I don’t understand what is there in this movie except cricket for half the time and religious scenes for 1/3 and a small love story with a few scenes of friendship between the three.
      Why bollywood always brings in the memories of past godhra incident and riots even though it couldve been avoided?
      Dirty tricks to cash on the sentiments of people.

  3. shruti

    February 28, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    “Kai po che” is an awesome movie enriched with pure acting by the cast of the movie.Sushant Singh Rajput has done a great job.The whole story of the movie is excellently narrated……with a realistic touch of old gujarat.In all “kai po che” is one of the best movies of Bollywood!!:)

    • Satya

      March 4, 2013 at 1:13 am

      once again proved that if cricket and little romance is mixed with religious clashes the film will be liked by everyone lol

  4. Alok Misra

    March 8, 2013 at 12:15 pm

    “Kai po che” is an good movie enriched with pure acting by the cast of the movie.Sushant Singh Rajput has done a great role. In all “kai po che” is one of the good movies of Bollywood!!.

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