Kai Po Che Movie Reviews: Hit or Flop?

Kai Po Che is Abhishek Kapoor’s screen adaptation of the book named ‘The Three Mistakes of Life’ (2008) -written by the popular author Chetan Bhagat. The movie explores theme of holding on one’s dreams in spite of the odds faced in life, along with the profound friendship of the three friends. The three guys have got two passions- cricket and their friendship. Raj Kumar Yadav, Amit Sadh and Sushant Singh Rajput are three main characters while Amrita Puri plays the female lead role in the film. These three friends have very different career objectives in their life. Initially, they open a sports equipment shop and a cricket training ground but soon, differences arise and they drift apart.

Kai Po Che Movie Reviews: Hit or Flop?

The first half of the film is an interesting tale of male bonding as each friend tries to help the other whereas the second half is responsive portrayal of how the Bhuj earthquake in 2001 and the Godhra riots of 2002 completely change their lives and relationships forever. The director of the film manages to keep his audiences occupied throughout the film. The romantic track is simple and never distracts us from the main plot. Sushant makes a confident big screen debut; Raj Kumar Yadav essays a restrained acting and Amit Sadh delivers a credible portrayal. Though Amrita Puri has got a small role in the film, she has acted well. The film has already won over the critics and it is sure to do well worldwide. Overall, Kai Po Che is one of the best films of Bollywood so far this year.

Review of Kai Po Che


Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Movie review: A sensitive and superlative film with no big super stars. It’s a story of male bonding in the time of the shocking Gujarat earthquake and the frightening Godhra riots.


Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Movie review: A nice and faithful adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s book ‘The Three Mistakes of Life’. The film has its heart at the right place and it is technically strong. The fresh star casts deliver brilliant performances.


Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Movie review: Abhishek Kapoor, the director of the film draws some amazing performances from lesser experienced cast and one of the finest films after the movie, Udaan.


Rating: 3.5 out of 5

Movie review: The film entertains the audiences with simple story and touches the complexity of most shameful socio-political stage of India.

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