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Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay Review: A Tasteless and Disappointing Film

Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay, starring Guru Randhawa, Saiee Manjrekar, Anupam Kher, and Ila Arun, is a story of a young couple living in Agra. Heer Chawla, played by Guru Randhawa, belongs to a family that owns a successful chain of sweet shops. He is in love with Iraa Mishra, portrayed by Saiee Manjrekar, who aspires to become an IAS officer. However, her mother’s insistence on getting her married due to her sister’s pregnancy places pressure on their relationship. After a hasty marriage, Iraa faces the challenges of balancing household chores and work, and a misunderstanding about her pregnancy adds to the chaos.

The film’s storyline, penned by Vijay Pal Singh, is plagued with flaws and nonsensical elements, and the screenplay by Raajj Salluja, Niket Pandey, Vijay Pal Singh, and Shobhit Sinha lacks logic and coherence. G Ashok’s direction fails to salvage the shortcomings in the script, with the narrative being a constant source of frustration for the audience. The second half of the film is slow-paced and lacks the engaging moments present in the first half, making it a taxing watch.

In terms of performances, Guru Randhawa’s acting skills appear underdeveloped, while Saiee Manjrekar delivers a decent performance. Anupam Kher’s portrayal is dependable, though Ila Arun’s character is portrayed as irritating, impacting her performance. Supporting actors Atul Srivastava, Paresh Ganatra, and Paritosh Tripathi, contribute to some humorous moments, but their efforts are overshadowed by the film’s weak script.

The film’s music, while somewhat forgettable, features tracks like ‘Jeena Sikhaya’, ‘Jhol Jhal’, and ‘Iss Baar Jo Chale Gaye’. The background score by Vijay Verma, Anamik Chauhan, and Lyton complements the film’s theme adequately.

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From a technical standpoint, R M Swamy’s cinematography and Rahul Sharma’s production design are lackluster, failing to elevate the film’s visual appeal. The editing by Dhiraj Kumar Wadhwa does little to improve the overall viewing experience.

In conclusion, Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay is a disappointing and tasteless film that fails to resonate with the audience. The film’s lack of coherence and weak execution make it a challenging watch, leaving a bitter taste in the mouths of moviegoers.

Overall, Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay falls short of delivering an engaging and compelling narrative, and is best avoided by those seeking an enjoyable cinematic experience.