Kis Kiski Kismat
Producer: Vivek Nayak.
Director: Govind Menon.
Music: D. Imman
Cast: Dharmendra, Mallika Sherawat, Rati Agnihotri, Siddharth Makkar, Satish Shah.
The story is all about sex and comedy but unfortunately the film is a waste. Sex has been captured on screen thanks to Ms Sherawat, but the comedy is simply missing. A millionaire stockbroker, Hasmukh Mehta [Dharmendra], the Big Bull of the Share Bazaar, angrily throws his wife Kokila?s [Rati Agnihotri] expensive Rs. 9 lac diamond necklace out of the window during an argument. The necklace lands on the face of a middle class girl, Meena Madhok [Mallika Sherawat], who returns the necklace to Mehta. Lookinh at her sincerety Mehta decides to make up to her by buying her expensive earrings and clothes. The gossip mills start working overtime and very soon people start assuming that Meena is Mehta?s mistress. Meanwhile, the millionaire?s son Harish [debutante Siddharth Makkar], who wants to make it on his own, falls in love with Meena. The confusion leads to an impending stock market crash, with Mehta going bankrupt. But Meena bails him out of the crisis. The story was quite interesting but what is missing is the script. In a comedy film, there is no comedy at all. the comedy is so bland and the situations are so insipid that you wonder how could anyone write such crap. Just as the script is missing and so is the acting. All that the director do is make each and every actor scream at the top of their voice. Dharmendra is a complete let down. Mallika is excellent as far as exposing goes, hats off to her. Rati Agnihotri sleep walks through the role. Siddharth Makkar is pure teakwood and seriously needs lessons in acting. Satish Shah is the only saving grace in the film. Music is ok. Cinematography is eye-pleasing. Dialogues are witty at times.
Overall the movie doesn't appeal at all and watching it will be a waste of time and money.