Cast: Tusshar Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Neha Sharma, Sarah Jane Dias, Anupam Kher, Chunky Pandey
Direction: Sachin Yardi
Production: Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor
Censor Certificate: A
Runtime: 146 Minutes
Watched at Ramakrishna 70mm, Abids.
The sequel to 2005’s surprise hit Kyaa Kool Hai Hum has already stirred up controversy with its adult humour and parodies of Devdas, The Dirty Picture, Ra.One and more. Let’s check out the review for more details…
Story: Adi (Tusshar) is an aspiring actor in this movie but ends up featuring in tacky tele-shopping network commercials so that he could survive. But his luck favours one day and he gets to do the commercial of ‘itch-guard’. Ritesh Deshmukh is popularly called as ‘The dude’ who wishes to become a DJ. However he ends up getting offers just to play at rain dance functions and the birthday parties of the oldies. In the course of figuring out when lady luck would do him favor Adi happens to come across a girl with whom he hits it off without delay. His good luck starts to alter after he meets her and this makes him to believe that she was fortunate for him. At the same time, the out-of-work dude, who is going through financial problem, discovers support in his dog, which is paid to mate. But it is only then when Adi is going to propose marriage to Simran (Neha Sharma) and Sid proposing Anu (Sarah Jane Dias), something happens, Will Adi and Sid propose their Love? Will Simran and Anu seriously Connected? Will Anupam Kher accept Sid’s Love? Forms the rest of the story line.
Technical Stuff: Story of the film is uncomplicated. In the beginning of the film it appears like an Adult Comedy film, but as the interval approaches this film turns out to be a Sex oriented comedy film. Direction is nuff. Screenplay is entertaining in the first half, but becomes very predictable and boring due to feeble SMS jokes, Emotional drags in the second half. The director sprinkled decent amount humor in the film in order to sustain interest in the first half, but fails in the second half. Cinematography is neat. Music is Very catchy, peppy party tracks namely “Dil Garden Garden”, “Volume High Karle” & “UP Bihar” redone version was best of KSKHH. Mayur Puri and Kumaar’s lyrics are tricky. Aarif Shaikh’s editing is could have been crispier. Production values were fine.
Performances: Ritesh Deshmukh steals the show with his romantic and gay didoes. Tusshar Kapoor is adequate though his dialogue delivery seems to be very fast. Sarah Jane Dias is cute and she is presented in modern attire. Neha Sharma is passable. Anupam Kher is impressive with his comedy. Chunky Pandey is fine as Baba 3G. Rohit Shetty Comeo is good.
Survi Verdict: First half of the film is good with ample comedy created by the adultery dialogues. The second half goes haywire with confusion in the storyline and clumsy handling. The plus points of the film are Ritesh, Dialogues, First Half and a couple of songs. The negative points are Predictable screenplay, second half Narration, Emotional Drags and thin storyline. On a whole, Sachin Yardi’s Kya Super Kool hain hum does not live up to its Super Cool title.
Survi Review: 2/5
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