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Kiss Kis Ko (2004)

Not Rated | | Musical
In the background of a lot interest being shown in music groups, a group of young Indian men, calling themselves "Band of Boys", decide to perform publicly, to share their talents ... See full summary »

Director:

Sharad Sharan

Writer:

Pankaj Kapoor
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Cast

Credited cast:
Chaitanya Bhosle Chaitanya Bhosle ... Self (as A Band of Boys)
Sherrin Varghese ... Self
Bhumika Puri Bhumika Puri ... Rhea
Aparna Kumesh Aparna Kumesh ... Shaila
Raj Zutshi ... Max
Alyy Khan ... BD (as Aly Khan)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shreyas Das Shreyas Das ... Divya
Siddharth Haldipur Siddharth Haldipur ... Self (as A Band Of Boys)
Keha Malay Keha Malay ... Kanika
Vikesh Mehta Vikesh Mehta
Karan Oberoi Karan Oberoi ... Self (as A Band Of Boys)
Sudhanshu Pandey ... Self (as A Band Of Boys)
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Storyline

In the background of a lot interest being shown in music groups, a group of young Indian men, calling themselves "Band of Boys", decide to perform publicly, to share their talents India-wide, as well as to make a career for themselves. They run into problems - it seems the public is only interested seeing a group of sexy young girls perform. This group must now compromise to include a young, sexy girl to be included in their band. But for doing this, they may have to change the very name - Band of Boys - to something else. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Genres:

Musical

Certificate:

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The film did not have a theatrical release in British Columbia, Canada. See more »

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don't watch
26 March 2006 | by musicandcricketSee all my reviews

i cannot believe anyone liking anything in this film. when i see the rankings above 1, i am thinking you meant it as a prank. there's no story line, the music is mediocre, the screenplay is bad and the acting is yet to be learned. the only thing decent is the choreography, but if thats a pull i am sure there are ton of movies that you can watch for that. in order to get this comment published i have to write at least 1000 words and to be honest, it becomes extremely difficult to criticize something that is so bad. i agree that most films being churned out don't have any story but have it so bad is amazing. for me the really big downer with films these days is the lack of acting skills. I guess, i'll stick to my 1960s and 1970s films.


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Filming Locations:

Bali, Indonesia

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Stereo

Color:

Color
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