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If you are looking for some laughs, this one promises to tickle your funny bone
Kya Super Kool Hain hum was a fun filled , raunchy comedy that had no direction , no story and yet no script but still the comedy scenes are hilarious which makes it watchable at least once !!!
Adi (Tusshar Kapoor) is the struggling actor and Sid ( Riteish Deshmukh)is the wanna-be DJ who are trying to make it big. They meet Anu (Sarah Jane ) and Simran (Neha Sharma) and follow them till Goa where all the confusion begins.
Directed by Sachin Yardi , Kya Super Kool Hain Hum may not have the steam like the previous part but it is definitely entertaining thanks to its double-meaning dialogues and superb comic timings by the lead star cast. The movie starts without a bang in the first half with much of the scenes being senseless but in the second half it gathers steam. There are couple of scenes which really do stand out. The Devdas scenes in the transport bus , the paragliding scene etc makes it hilarious. Sachin Yardi has still a long way to go as a director. There is nothing called screenplay in the film. The cinematography is just about OK along with decent production value. The song " Dil Garden Garden Ho gaya " is pick of the lot. Dialogues are full of double-meaning jokes and witty. It is upto the audience of how to take it. Performances by Riteish Deshmukh and Tushhar Kapoor lead the show. They carry the film on their shoulder with superb comic timings and perfect on-screen chemistry. Neha Sharma looks gorgeous and has done well compared to her previous film. Sarah Jane does a decent job. Anupam Kher and Chunky Pandey are good.
Overall , if you are looking for some laughs, this one promises to tickle your funny bone. Don't look for any story , any sense or any logic and you would not be disappointed. Good 3/5
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