Kunal Kapoor, Radhika Apte, Gulshan Grover and Saurabh Shukla starrer "Kaun Kitney Paani Mein" is a satirical film which talks about water scarcity, but it fails to make a powerful impact with its storyline.

The film has flaws, but it managed to entertain viewers with some fun moments, critics said.

Directed by Nila Madhab Panda, "Kaun Kitney Paani Mein" released on Friday (28 August) in India.

Read critics reviews below:

Surabhi Redkar of Koimoi.com said: "Not a sure shot recommendation, but Kaun Kitney Paani Mein makes an effort to be an eye-opener. The film has its moments of hits and misses so if you want to step out for a cine-watch that is not particularly commercial, you could watch this one!"

Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said: "Soil re-mineralisation? That is unprecedented for a Hindi film. Kaun Kitney Paani Mein goes where Hindi cinema rarely ever does. For that alone it deserves to be seen."

Gayatri Gauri of Firstpost said: "Yet despite its pitfalls, Kaun Kitney Paani Mein has moments of fun and a subject that is relevant. Watch it for Saurabh Shukla."

Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express said: "Good idea, faulty execution. Using water as a trade commodity is a powerful concept, especially given that there is so much drought and so little accessible clean drinking water in so many parts of India."

Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times said: "In all this, guess what's the best thing about Kaun Kitney Paani Mein? Well, it's the stand against the caste and class barriers which makes it a special film. And, of course, the idea of water conservation. It's a film worth your time."