Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Movie Review – 3/5
High On Entertainment…
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Review – In Brief
Loaded with off-color humour and double-meaning jokes, this movie is decidedly not for puritans.
Two losers go to Goa to change their luck and get more than what they bargained for…
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Review – Story Plot
A struggling actor played by Tusshar Kapoor as Adi and a DJ played by Riteish Deshmukh as Sid, are two room-mates who want to make it big in life. Adi believes in astrology and when he is told that his fortune would change after he meets his soulmate, a girl whose name starts with the letter ‘S’, the naive Adi starts believing it. His feelings get strengthened when he encounters with Simran Kapoor (Neha Sharma), a call centre employee, who seems to be lucky for the struggler. In the meantime, Sid, who makes extra bucks by letting his horny pug breed with female canines, falls for Anu (Sarah Jane Dias), a model and the daughter of a Goan billionaire Marlow (Anupam Kher). The two young actors pursue the girls to Goa to retrieve a diamond belonging to Sid that Adi had gifted to Simran and how this results to a roller-coaster ride of laughter is something that ought be enjoyed.
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Review – Performances
Though this reviewer is not a big fan of Tusshar Kapoor, it must be told that the Balaji boy competes Riteish Deshmukh when it comes to comic timing in this film. Both the ‘Kool’ actors are certain to make you jump laughing helplessly from the first scene onwards. Riteish is as good as usual in funny roles and his character’s habit of putting in Marathi words and phrases (something that he uses in nearly all his comedy films like Housefull 2) amongst Hindi dialogues increases the humour element. Neha Sharma and Sarah Jane Dias do not get to do a lot although the glam quotient of the movie is definitely taken care of. Anupam Kher and Chunky Pandey do tend to overact at times but then, audiences would be too busy laughing at the pranks of Riteish and Tusshar Kapoor to hold any grudge against Pandey and Kher.
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Review – Direction
If the prequel, directed by Sangeeth Sivan was a hit, director Sachin Yardi assures that the result is no less when it comes to humour. Like mentioned in the first place, the movie is full of inelegant humour, dirty jokes and foul humour intended at everyone from homosexuals to canines to other movies and stars. What’s admirable about the movie is that it is unapologetic to the core and right there in your face. Prudes may for sure scrunch up their collective noses at the ‘Kool’ brand of humour, but then….the movie is not intended to be watched by them at all! Still, on the flip side, the second half of the movie looks a bit stretched and some of the jokes are the ones which we had picked up in school. Furthermore, the Chunky Pandey-Anupam Kher scenes are not as funny and the makers had hoped it would be….
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Review – Music
The songs shirt da button and dil garden garden ho gaya have been hits even before the release of the movie and the film’s music is sure to set you tapdancing.
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum Final Word
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum is as ‘Filthy’ as it gets but except for a few flaws, this Balaji production is a real enjoyable watch!