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Kishan is a young man from Goa whose brain is full of every conceivable trick to make a quick buck. He cons people by slipping into different outfits and by assuming many guises. Julie, is ... See full summary »
Karan Pandey and Rahul are two friends who work in a fashion designers office, and live in a rented apartment. When they are unable to pay the rent, they are dramatically evicted, but sneak their way back in within hours as the building is being renovated. Karan meets a beautiful woman, Kiran, and falls in love with her. He finds out that she is the girlfriend of his boss, D.K. Bose, lives in a bungalow in Malabar Hill, and owns a Mercedes. When Bose leaves for a business trip to America, Karan and Rahul move into his apartment and through his telephone Karan touches base with Kiran and begins his romance with her. In the meantime, Rahul is told by a street astrologer that he will find his soul-mate in a girl who has a birthmark on her right breast. Rahul does not find one but several women with a mark on their breast, and does recover from several embarrassing incidents. Then beautiful Urmila Martodkar walks into his life, birthmark and all. It looks like Karan and Rahul may have ...Written by
After the release of Masti, Bollywood has spawned many other raunchy comedies, but the sad part is they all involve extra marital affairs and are basically just clones of Masti. But then comes a film like Kyaa Kool Hai Hum, completely original, completely daring, and completely hilarious! A great script and a great cast that includes Tushaar Kapoor, Neha Dhupia, Isha Kopikaar, Riteish Deshmukh, Anil Kapoor and others. The whole story is just one big misunderstanding after another and includes some of the greatest comedic moments I've seen from any film, Bollywood or not. This film is great, and in my opinion was one of the best of 2005. Filmfare, IIFA, and ZEE Cine always overlook well scripted comedies, this film should of at least been nominated for the Best Film category, for it was not a rip-off of an Anne Bancroft classic(Black) neither was it an homage to one of the best Hollywood films ever made(Sarkar). Clearly a must see movie, I highly recommend it.
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