June 18, 2009
Kal Kissne Dekha
Jacky Bhagnani, Vaishali Desai, Rishi Kapoor
Written and Directed by Vivek Sharma, Kal Kissne Dekha in one word is awful. Produced by Vashu Bhagnani KKD is so terribly written, that it could be a potential worst movie for this year. Vivek Sharma was pretty decent if not impressive with his previous venture Bhoothnath, but with KKD his skills seems to have gone absolutely hay-wire. Its obvious that not everyone expects a movie like KNPH to be their debut movie, but KKD is so terribly scripted that even debutants Jacky Bhagnani and Viashali Desai's sincere efforts in the movie are covered up. Its yet another Sc-Fi fiction.
Kal Kissne Dekha's protagonist Nihal Singh(Jacky Bhagnani) is a boy from a small village near Chandigarh who wishes to study science and dreams of making it big someday. Who is then seen convincing his mom to pursue his ambitions, moving into another city. Nihal being a gifted boy with a power of seeing the future is then seen comforting the college life when circumstances lead to Nihal falling in love with Meesha(Viashali Desai), a beautiful brat in college. Now the plot of the movie till this part is predictable and more of a 90's kinda college . But from the time they actually start executing the Sci-Fi bit of the movie is when it actually loses its plot.
I do not understand, Why a Sci-Fi flavor to a love story? When its not executed the way its meant to be. Kal Kissne Dekha might have done the trick if not wonders had Vivek Sharma made KKD a simple love story. However, with so many negative aspects about the movie and so many things that has not worked for KKD, the debut leads are definitely good even with such poorly written characters. Both Jacky Bhagnani and Viashali Desai have shown off their acting skills well and it definitely looks like they have a lot more potential than what they have been shown on screen. Rishi Kapoor who plays a Scientist/Professor is above average and looks like he wants to seriously contribute but what can one do when the whole script is so faulty. The actors like Rietesh Deshmukh and Juhi Chawla are seen on guest appearances that makes you feel even more frustrated as the movie sails along. When Vashu Bhagnani can produce a decent debut movie like Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai for Tusshar Kapoor, why couldnt he do the same for his own son?
The music of KKD is close to ordinary and again not impressive.
I will go with 3 out of 10, for Vivek Sharma's Kal Kissne Dekha.
P.S: I seriously apologize for being inactive on the Lounge all these days.
This Impression By Rag @ 12:46 PM
I don't really knw...!!!!! Guess am more of a extrovert!! with a little hint of introvertic instance somewhere. "Main aur meri tanhayee aksar yeh baatein karte hain. Tum hote toh aisa hota Tum hote toh waisa hota"