Monday 30 July 2012

Kya Vulgar Hai Hum

Film: Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum
Producer: Balaji Films
Director: Sachin Yardi
Cast: Tusshar Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Neha Sharma, Sarah Jane Dias, Anupam Kher, Chunky Pandey
Duration: 2hours 18 minutes
Genre: Sex Comedy
Ratings: Average
by Bhawana Somaaya
Two good-for-nothing friends, Adi (Tusshar Kapoor) and Sid (Reteish Deshmukh) share an apartment and are forever looking for ways to earn some money and failing miserably. Adi is a struggling actor who dreams of becoming a superstar in films and fantasises titles such as Adidas a la Devdaas and Ekta Tiger a la Ek Tha Tiger.
Sid is a struggling DJ who has a way of getting into trouble and who shamelessly lives off his pug Suckru, the Vicky Donor among animals.
Desperate for love and money the two run away to Goa where they meet Neha Sharma and Sara Jane Dias.
Anupam Kher a jolly old widower spends time collecting film memorabilia and later part of the film getting obsessed with pugs.
What works about the film
Nothing actually but it is the perfect dish for you if you are looking for a musical X-rated screening in public place and enjoy double meaning dialogues. The screenplay is unapologetic.
As the struggling actor , Tusshar is crazy and has you in splits with his candour and Riteish matches him scene to scene and dialogue to dialogue.
Sarah Jane is beautiful and Neha Sharma, easily the next Parineeti Chopra. 
As the old man who believes that his mother is reborn as a pug, Anupam Kher is engaging but we have seen him in better comedies in the past. Chunky Pandey as the guru who chats with deities on the broadband is annoying.
What doesn’t work
There is an over dose of vulgarity and the censors allow it. The script makes digs at people, profession and films. The director makes sure to include every possible trick to make the film work so there are beaches and bikinis, butts and boobs, gay bars, lesbian hints, sexual innuendos, expletive one –liners which often hit below the belt!
It is a senseless, brainless, never ending film which will be patronised by college going crowd and sex hungry middle aged people.
The film will do super business all over because the ‘kool’ actors provide you entertainment, entertainment, entertainment.

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