Karle Pyaar Karle (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 9 Critic Reviews | Shiv Darshan, Hasleen Kaur

cast:

Shiv Darshan, Hasleen Kaur, Aham Sharma, Tanya Malik, Ankit Raaj

Karle Pyaar Karle Posterdirection:

Rajesh Pandey

story:

Rajesh Pandey, Reshu Nath, Rahul Patel

screenplay:

Rajesh Pandey

dialogue:

cinematography:

Navneet Misser

music:

Rayyan Ameen, Rashid Khan, Prashant Singh, Mumzy Stranger, Meet Bros Anjjan

produced by:

Suneel Darshan

language:

Hindi

weird aggregate rating 1.2/10genre:

Romance, Action

release date:

17-January-2014
run time:
143 minutes

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  •  Times of India -Meena Iyer Rating-3
Karle Pyaar Karle (KPK) is cinema born in the '80s, rechristened in 2014. While the film has been lavishly mounted because it supports Bollywood's nepotism, practice of a producer (Suneel Darshan) making a show reel for his son ( Shiv Darshan), scant respect is paid to even trying to give you a halfway
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-3
Suneel Darshan's production house is known for casting top of the line stars. The film-maker also has an eye for discovering new talent. In his latest endeavor KARLE PYAAR KARLE, Suneel places the plot on the broad shoulders of a new protagonist -- his son Shiv.
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  •  Now Running -Mansha Rastogi Rating-2
What's the easiest way to make way in Bollywood? Take up a romantic film. What's even better? Have your father produce it for you. What tops that too? Your father being a name in the industry as a filmmaker. But does that guarantee a hit and stay in the industry? NO.
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  •  Business Of Cinema -Niyati Khanna Rating-2
Karle Pyaar Karle has been lavishly mounted as it is Shiv Darshan’s launch pad, and his father who is also the producer Suneel Darshan has tried all that he could to make his boy look good, but unfortunately Shiv has fallen flat.The film is full of obscenity and the kissing scenes, something that looks forced
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  •  Bollywood Life -Prathamesh Jadhav Rating-0

Even if you are one of those generous people who like to watch something hatke to give budding young talents a chance, read the headline twice over before you dare to buy tickets for this brain-dead flick…Director Rajesh Pandey’s Karle Pyaar Karle is not just a bad film. It stinks… big time.



  •  Sify -Sonia Chopra Rating-2
Ok, this keeps happening in Bollywood from time-to-time. Yet another producer launches his buffed-up son in a movie.Well-known writer-producer-director Suneel Darshan (of AndaazJaanwarBarsaatand Dosti fame) launches son Shiv with this film.

  •  Mid Day -Shakti Shetty Rating-1
How bad can a film be? If that is the question, this haphazard endeavour is your answer. With the story resting on random wagers and silly games played by the protagonists, the movie doesn’t have much of a plot. To add to it, every other scene is unbearably tacky. Making a film just for the heck of it
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  •  Book My Show -Neha Pinto Rating-1
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
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  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-2
KARLE PYAAR KARLE is a lavish gift by an over-indulgent father to his son. The movie would have run into a lot many crores of rupees, so why did not producer Suneel Darshan invest time and energy into sourcing a good script? On second thoughts, that is so true of almost all Bollywood movies
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Karle Pyaar Karle (2014)
1.2 out of 10
based on
9 reviews.