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1) Editing:- This is what made the film appear uninteresting to me.
The third installment in the "Kya kool hain hum" franchise was supposed to be a comedy film and Comedy is a genre all about timing, which unfortunately for this film was ruined by abrupt censorship.
Those abrupt cuts make the action and reaction look poor and thus take away the main elements of humor from this film.
The dining table scene for example where you see Darshan Jariwala's change of expressions and later you see a dog. The two shots don't connect. You know a lot crucial has been censored out and instead of bursting out into laughter, you are trying to figure out what exactly could have happened!
2) Plot and twists of the story were Average. Though there were frequent jokes and situations that would make you giggle, one can watch the film for such decorative frills in the film.
3)Most enjoyable performance:- Krushna's confident performance as always was a delight to watch!
4) Loop holes:-
There were two things that had no significance either story or climax wise yet it was repeated several times.
a) Tushar Kapoor goes cross-eyed upon seeing the red color. b)Jariwala's character's inability to sit!
I give this a rating of 2 because it didn't impress me a lot with the comic factor, The reason behind which I have mentioned in the point 1. I end this review with a question that one must think about:- q) Why should a film which is anyways receiving an 'adult' certificate be chopped off its shots that bridge a scene?
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