Karle Pyaar Karle has young actors with raging hormones, who have such chiseled bodies that can put supermodels to shame.
Shiv Darshan, who made his debut with KPK has potential as a serial kisser and as someone with the perfect expression for cheesy dialogues, one of them being, “Har baar jab problem mere sar par baithkar hip-hop karti hai tab hi.main sochta hun ki ye kya musibat ayi hai” Darshan says this dialogue with utmost sincerity.
Why you must watch Karle Pyaar Karle
There are certain things that are fundamentally wrong with the film and often the film appears to be spastic. However, that’s ok, because the true vision of the film is far beyond all this. The couple in love in the film, Kabir and Preet (Hasleen Kaur), go through horrendous things to be with each other. Some of these things include, getting crushed by a running train, having a bunch of psychotic killers after your life, falling into a huge waterfall, etc. This, however doesn’t stop them from cracking jokes at each other that would put Santa and Banta to shame. I strongly believe that when Rajesh Pandey envisioned KPK, he had three goals: One was to make people realize that how much better their lives are as compared to the lives that the characters in his film play. And the second goal was to make his Preet and Kabir examples of how you can laugh out the ugliest problems of life with the sickest jokes on the planet. Thirdly, they say that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, so if you sit through this film, it’ll not only test your endurance level, but also give you an edge over the others when it comes to patience.
Apart from this you must watch out for the song, Tere Saanson Mein Aise Bas Jaaon’, where Kabir and Preet will remind of you the 1985 film, The Adventures of Tarzan. The only difference being, that Darshan and Kaur seem far aroused than the couple in the original flick.
Also if you enjoy watching people get slapped, this is one flick that you surely must not miss.
The last scene of the film has successfully surpassed the popular Youtube video titled, “The Worst Movie Death Scene Ever” of a Turkish movie. So Preet, has been injected with a fatal poison and has fifteen minutes to live. Not only does she live, but she also tells some sick jokes in that poison-induced state. Talk about living to tell the tale!
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