Kisse Pyaar Karoon centers around the lives of 3 clods who get through college by bunking classes, memorizing the canteen menu, and wearing tight clothes. They have a meaningful existence of exactly 2 seconds during the credits, and in the rest of the film, have the personalities of tooth-brush holders, but are not half as useful.
John (Ashish) is a desperate boor whose chief trait is that he is trying to get hitched to Natasha (Aarti Chhabria). Sid (Arshad Warsi) is a desperate boor who cannot keep his hands off any woman. And Amit (Yash Tonk) is worse - he is just a desperate boor.
One day Natasha flies away on a world tour, and so Sid and Amit try to end John's agony by getting him hitched to Sheetal (Udita Goswami). But Amit's sickly sweet love life is short-lived. That moonstruck look on his face cannot be tolerated by his own friends, leave alone the audiences.
Sid and Amit realize she is stealing him from them, and they try to end their agony by separating the two. They bring Natasha back into John's life, and kidnap Sheetal and make it look like she's dead. The handcuffed Sheetal, meanwhile, is falling in love with Sid. Sid cannot remember whether Munnabhai was made before or after the shooting of this dud, but he tries to make up to his conscience by endorsing Domino's Pizza in the middle of a romantic scene.
John is unable to get over Sheetal, which comes as a nasty blow to Natasha. Sheetal is unable to get over Sid, which results in a nasty blow from the censor board, until the director clarifies to her that he didn't mean 'get over' in that sense.
What no one knows is that Sheetal works for a goon, AK-47 (Shakti Kapoor). What no one knows is that AK wants to use John's dad's toy company to smuggle his stuff. What no one knows is when they started calling these things 'scripts'. The rest of the story is about how the 3 oafs get into more trouble, and get themselves out of it.
Kisse Pyaar Karoon tries hard to make you laugh, but falls flat. And it's embarrassing to watch Arshad Warsi do scenes and say things that slip past the line of profanity. Udita Goswami is given a particularly off-colour scene with him. Aarti Chhabria has nothing to do except a song or two. There is a sub-plot involving Shweta Menon as a hooker. Each of these three women makes the other two look like Oscar-winning actresses.
The music of this one sounds like the Battle Of Panipat. The visuals don't rise above looking like they were shot on the battlefield of that one. And it's sad that the makers of this flick weren't shot anywhere.
On the whole, this one is shoddy as shoddy can get, and a great way to fall asleep.