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Kya Kool Hain Hum was one of those films that you wanted to forget while you were watching it. One of those embarrassing ones where you wouldn't want anyone you know to see you in the theater. And when you step out of the theater you want to scrub off any residual memory there might be lying around. Only, that the writer decides to turn director and refuses to let you do any of that. We are soon going to be face-to-face with Kya SuperKool Hain Hum.
The innuendos and the toilet humor come rushing back.
Needless to say, I am so not looking forward to the film. Yet, I wouldn't say it is masochism that would lead me to the theaters next Friday. It is hope – hope that their brand of sense of humor might get a laugh or two out of me. And secondly, it feels like a call of duty – how can I not review a film just because I think it's going to bad; it would be unfair to just watch films that I want to watch. These arguments stand true for any film that I know is not my type. Only with Kya SuperKool Hain Hum, I'm not even curious about how bad they've fallen.
Yep, that's the amount of justification I find myself giving to the other me who is grumpy about having to spend 2-3 hours in a theater knowing that there is a near-zero chance of enjoying it unless you call, the tiny hope that Riteish Deshmukh and Tushar Kapoor's comic timing carrying the film, a chance.
Goodness, just look at this -
And well, we can take solace in the fact that the actors themselves are embarrassed. Don't be too surprised if you see me copping out of this one.
Milliblog - "Kya Super Ordinary Hain Hum soundtrack."
Music Aloud – "4.5/10"
dunkdaft - "Thankfully with only four songs the soundtrack is average, the soundtrack doesn't harm coz after all its for a senseless movie." Bollyspice – "4/5"
Apun Ka Choice – "3/5"