Pop Kaun, the most recent Disney+ Hotstar special, is hilarious to watch. Starring the late Satish Kaushik, Chunky Panday, Saurabh Shukla, Kunal Kemmu, Johnny Lever, Rajpal Yadav, and Nupur Sanon, among others, is the Farhad Samji-directed series. The sitcom-style series consists of six episodes, each of which lasts between 30 and 40 minutes.
Pop Kaun begins in the most haughty manner possible for a comedy. Sahil, played by Kunal Kemmu, makes a fairly imposing entrance, followed by some erroneous assertions and stereotyped camerawork that makes you want to chuckle. It is clear from the opening scene that it will either be comic material that makes you grimace or material that will let you laugh and force you to live for the moment.
Storyline of Pop Kaun.
The main character of the series Pop Kaun is Sahil(Kunal), who is Brij Kishore Trivedi’s son. Pihu, Sahil’s love interest, is the child of KBC, the boss of a rival gang. After a sequence of comedic incidents, Sahil and Pihu’s engagement eventually takes place, but everyone is left with a sour aftertaste when Sahil’s father suffers a heart attack or stroke during celebratory event at the engagement.
After that, Brij Kishore declares himself ineligible to run in the future elections and hands the baton to Sahil. But, Sahil’s brother, Brij’s second kid, disagrees with this idea. In a fit of rage over his father’s betrayal, he claims in front of all that Sahil is not really Brij’s child. As a result in Pop Kaun, the atmosphere in the room turns chilly, and the crucial question of who Sahil’s real father is enters the picture.
Johnny Lever, Rajpal Yadav, Saurabh Shukla, and late Satish Kaushik genuinely stole every frame. The veterans have perfected everything, from dialogue arrival to body language, and Pop Kaun provides additional evidence of that. In all honesty, without these actors, the show might have crashed and burned.
The main character, Kunal Kemmu, works extremely hard to distinguish out in this deliberately comic play, and you clearly see it in his earnest acting effort.
The movie is entertaining, performances are good but the story is over dragged.