Chain Kulli Ki Main Kulli deals with fantasy, it has a weak script and the director is trying to tell too many stories in one go. There is an orphanage run by one Hitler (Rajesh Khera). Then there is Karan (Zain Khan) who lives in the orphanage, who stumbles on Kapil Dev's bat. There's Varun (Rahul Bose) the captain of the Indian cricket team who hates his father. Then there is this orphan boy who is jealous of Varun's success Raghav (Raj Bhansali). And yes, the story of how Kapil Dev scored 175 not out after India were reduced for 17/5 against Zimbabwe is still being told!
It is a children's film, which is all about a journey of an orphan boy of 13 years of age who dares to dream big and thereby, proves to the world that "Believe in yourself and the world will be at your feet".The film revolves around an orphan boy, Karan, who lives in a dilapidated orphanage owned by a stern, uncouth warden, John Kakkad. Karan has two dreams, one is to have parents and the other is to be a big cricketer.
Karan and Varun, develop a strong emotional bond. A bond deeper than fellow cricketers. Karan has no parents and Varun has parents, but is estranged with his father and does not want to accept him. Karan strongly believes that parents are the best gift endowed by God, and succeeds in uniting Varun with his father.
To add to the spice there's Maru and Nadira. They are both commentators. Yes you don't have to be a genius to know who they impersonate! Mandira and Charu!!
Rahul, given the weak script and the fantasy plot, does well. Zain Khan Impresses as a new comer so does Raj Bhansali. As for Rajesh Khera, the Hitler of the orphanage, all that can be said is that he has a good stylist.
At the final 5th one day match between India and Pakistan, events spiral out of control and Karan's magic bat is destroyed. Karan is a nervous wreck, but Varun makes him realize that faith in oneself counts beyond anything else....The magic is in you.