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kyaa-super-kool-hain-hum-review KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM MOVIE REVIEW
Review by : Kaushik L.M

Starring: Tusshar Kapoor, Neha Sharma, Sarah Jane, Ritesh Deshmukh
Direction: Sachin Yardi
Music: Sachin-Jagir
Production: Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor

A sequel to 2005’s sleeper hit Kyaa Kool Hain Hum, Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum has been positioned as India’s answer to the popular ‘sex comedy’ genre represented by Hollywood films such as The American Pie series and Van Wilder series.

Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum traces the escapades of a bunch of youngsters, Adi, Sid, Anu and Simran. As the film progresses, the action shifts from Mumbai to Goa where the fun and adventure just get doubled. Romance is also a part of the mix as expected with Adi getting attracted to Simran and Anu being lured towards Sid.

Tusshar Kapoor as the struggling actor Adi and Ritesh as the fun loving DJ Sid, carry the movie to the winning post with their spontaneous humour and energy. Tusshar is on the mark in the scenes when he models for all sorts of personal care products. Ritesh has his moments when he uses his pug as a sperm donor to earn some money.

The girls are absolutely smoking be it the refreshing, ravishing Neha Sharma as Simran and the sexy Sarah Jane as Anu. Sarah emotes much better compared to her earlier outings in the South while Neha is a natural with a very likeable voice.

These two scorch the screens in ‘barely there’ costumes and Sarah in particular really ups the heat in her bikini scene. But, the girls never look vulgar or out of place, thanks to the way they carry off these clothes.

Anupam Kher and Chunky Pandey have madcap roles where the humour gets crazy. The pugs play a vital role in this episode with an insane Anupam believing that his parents have been reborn as pugs after being brainwashed by Pandey, who poses as a fake god man. The humour involving the pug is completely sexual and these scenes have been borrowed heavily from Van Wilder.

There are enjoyable references to Singham and The Dirty Picture while other famous movies like Ek Tha Tiger, Dostana and Ra One have also been made fun of, in an enjoyable manner. Rohit Shetty has a small cameo in the earlier part of the movie.

The film is replete with double entendre and sexual jokes but within enjoyable limits. The youth who are already exposed to The American Pie movies and Van Wilder movies will enjoy what they see in this one. Even middle aged people who wish to have a good time revisiting their naughty side, might find the movie absorbing.

This is yet another Hindi movie with lots of funny scenes constructed around sexual orientation. Being gay continues to be a laugh worthy topic in Bollywood.

Among the songs, ‘Dil Garden’ and the end credits song ‘Volume High Karle’ are really pulsating. The picturization of these two songs brim with energy and youthful spirit.

Though the film might attract some criticism, Kyaa Super can serve as a stress buster with its carnival like screenplay. The colorful scenes in Goa in the second half go in sync with the theme of the movie. The movie could have been a shade shorter though.On the whole, this is perfect popcorn entertainment for the youth with two smoking hot girls and nonstop madcap fun.

Verdict: Fun recipe for the youth and the young-minded.

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