Movie: Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum

Cast: Tusshar Kapoor, Ritesh Deshmukh, Neha Sharma, Sarah Jane Dias, Anupam Kher, Chunky Pandey and Rohit Shett

Director: Sachin Yardi

Jagran rating:  Disappointing

Story Line: Directed by Sachin Yardi adult comedy Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum is sequel of Ritesh-Tushar starrer Kyaa Cool Hain Hum. Adi (Tusshar Kapoor) and Sid (Ritesh Deshmukh) are two friends cum roommate. While Adi is stuck as fairness cream model on a teleshopping channel, Sid’s DJing skills are all wasted on sad Gujarati-gone-wild parties. When an astrologer predicts if Adi will get married to a girl– whose name will begin with ‘S’ his fortunes will take a U turn, Adi bumps into Simi (Neha Sharma). Not wanting to risk losing her, Adi proposes her for marriage within few days. To get rid of Adi freaked out Simi lies about being a lesbian.

Meanwhile, Sid becomes the cause for an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction of a model Anu, friend of Simi, during a fashion show. When Sid discovers that Adi had proposed to Simi with the diamond that belonged to his (Sid’s) pug Sakru, he decides that they must follow Simi to Goa to retrieve their precious stone.

Here comes the character, Anu’s father Marlowe, (Anupam Kher), filthy rich man who is hoodwinked by fake godman3G Baba (Chunky Pandey) into believing that his dead mother has been reincarnated as pug! To unfold rest of crazy things you have to book a ticket now.

Thumbs up: First half of the movie evokes laugh but post interval section can’t hold it up. As this sex comedy aims at targeting young audience, the forgotten college jokes like Bade achhe lagte hain”, “Main macho doonga,”, “Meri maa ka naam Rosemary Marlow (Roz meri maar lo, got it?) may take the memories to your college or school days.  Despite the sexual tone, adult jokes, impish humor, the movie, at no juncture, gets offensive, distasteful or objectionable. Riteish outshines Tushar with his impeccable comic timing and boyish charm. The two girls, Sarah and Neha do a decent job. Anupam Kher is perfect as the disillusioned billionaire who worships pug as his mother and collects Bollywood paraphernalia. Chunky Pandey is good as Baba 3G. Rohit Shetty is fun in a guest role.
The Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya and Bihar Lootne songs are fun. Mayur Puri and Kumaar’s lyrics are okay. Aarif Shaikh’s editing is good.

Thumbs down: Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum strives very hard to be a worthy adult comedy, to regenerate the magic of sex-comedy American Pie, but all it manages to be is a cheap, completely clueless sex-comedy.  Director Sachin Yardi’s KSKHH revels in its ability to present one stereotype after another in a long orgy of sex jokes, private parts’ references and general stupidity. It’s funny initially, and you feel like you may be in for a laugh riot. But KSKHH is like a party that starts to get boring in the first hour, one you keep looking for ways to get out of. And if you do stay till the end, a headache-inducing hangover is a certainty.Sachin Yardi wins us in the first half but just can’t hold up the laughs in the post-interval section. While many of the jokes are funny, it’s disappointing to find lame SMS jokes in their dialogues. When Kya Cool hain Hum hit the screen Tusshar couldn’t act and surprisingly nothing has changed after seven years.


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