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Times of India
Pawan Bhalla (Ujjwal Rana) has to buy himself a house in Mumbai, if he wants to marry the love of his life - Pooja. Her father has only condition that Pawan must get himself a place of his own...in a month. It is a comedy of errors when he begins his hunt for a home in the maximum city!
A comedy film works only in two cases - it can make laugh with either its writing or its characters. It is unfortunate that BHK Bhalla@Halla.Kom manages neither. It remains as average on screen as it would have been on paper. People in Mumbai are constantly reeling under the pressures of getting a perfect accommodation and if spun well, the film could've been spot on. Didn't Dibakar Banerjee cheer us up with the delightful Khosla Ka Ghosla? Alas, even the comparison is a compliment in this case.
This film is far too content being plain and passable. Replete with amateur jokes, the writing is worse than that of laughter shows. There is no wit left in humour and there is a general tendency to stoop low for laughs. The jokes try too hard and makes it impossible to buy into them.
When Bhalla meets builder Lovely Bhai ( a bulky Manoj Pahwa balancing his ginormous weight on a commode) all hell breaks loose. Detectives comes into play to take viewers through a series of events ( Read : Convoluted). The jokes are clearly addressed keeping in mind the lowest common denominator of intellect. It is sad that filmmakers underestimate their audience to such a large extent. And actors like Manoj and Seema Pahwa join hands in the crime.
Halfway through the runtime, the movie becomes a drag. Jokes are repeated, good actors reduce themselves to the buffoonery and the fun flies straight out of the window. The film's second half is a survival test that is impossible to pass. Its snail-pace doesn't help the impact either.
Comedies are meant to break the monotony of your life. In this case, you would prefer your mundane life twice over than subject yourself to such stupidity.
The film is inspired from director Rakesh Chaturvedi's own life.