Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum - Review

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quick review:

Unless you know that you enjoy this kind of humor, juvenile adult comedy that is, please skip Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum

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Disgusting, regressive, juvenile, crass, crappy. All this is what I expected. But Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum isn't even any of that. The indifference with which I could watch the entire film was pretty saddening. I didn't even feel like disliking the film, like it didn't even deserve that kind of response.

Sure, there was lots of loud cackle in the theater. Yet, it wasn't as much as I thought there would be. There were a lot of slack times when there was no puerile pun, no supposedly adult joke, no mockery of gay people. They were just drab spans of few minutes each when you could sense the boredom in the theater, assisted ever-so-slightly with a loud remark, "stop boring us."

However, when there was laughter, it was so hard that I, for a second, wished that I could enjoy the 'non-veg' jokes the way some of the people in the audience were. It is a release to have such a hearty laugh. But all I could think was, really, THAT was funny?

But, this was soon overcome by feeling bad for the lead male actors. Riteish Deshmukh and Tusshar Kapoor try hard, you can see the amount of energy such a performance needs, yet all you can feel is sad for them. They've had to regress mentally by a good 20 years. You can imagine how sorry I felt when I saw Anupam Kher address dogs as humans and sulk when he sees them mate. Yes, there is a lot of dog-mating talk in the film.

The women, have to sit pretty and look gorgeous and they do that all well. And well, of course, dance. The songs are peppy and energetic but the lyrics felt like they were trying too hard to make sense.

What I found the most hilarious was they actually tried to have a plot to string all of this together. Along with being mockery telemarketing, Rohit Shetty brand of films, and almost everything else that can be considered intelligent, Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum ends up being a mockery of story writing itself.

Like always, I find myself trying too hard to make sense of films that weren't intended to be taken that seriously. But then again, I am a part of that audience.

- meeta, a part of the audience

Parental Guidance:

  • Violence: None really, unless you count violation of the senses.
  • Language: Loads of innuendos
  • Nudity & Sexual content: Lost of skin show of both genders and dogs.
  • Concept: Huh?
  • General Look and Feel: Bright, loud, energetic. Juvenile and regressive too.

Detailed Ratings (out of 5):

  • Direction: 0.5
  • Story: 0
  • Lead Actors: 1
  • Character Artists: 1.5
  • Dialogues: 0.5
  • Screenplay: 0
  • Music Director: 2.5
  • Lyrics: 1

Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum - Movie Details

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B.H.Harsh:

Well, I am glad atleast someone shares my sentiments about the 'Kya Kool Hain Hum' watching experience.
It seemed I was the only one so appalled by it, coz everyone else around me (barring Critics ofcourse :P :P) found all of it very funny and all.

meetu:

@Harsh I remember this prudish friend of mine from college describe certain scenes from the film in such detail and laughing her heart out while doing so, that I got tempted into watching it. Yep, I curse her till date.

Manuel Neuer:

This is very cool film!

guddu:

The first installment belonged to the american newly evolved genre of Van Wilder & American Pie . Having ingredients of profanity , nude free spirited independent people and all that which was considered to be offensive. The trailers indicates it will be following the same foot steps. Although i hate dis genre but when presented in a logical nd reasonable way , i am contended (Scary Movie).

meetu:

@guddu somehow i get the feeling it is a bit too much to ask of this one though, no?

Rustam:

Very unfair remark on one of the nicely made film, much better than any Akshay kumar comedy in recent time. I know, it has all the cheesy moments and dialogues, but wasn't it the purpose and I can say purpose was well served. I enjoy KKHH every time I watch it.

guddu:

I feel d same way Meetu , i don't either feel gratified when some ridiculous , unlogical instances makes me laugh . It feels as if i am a non sense . But as the movie was intended to please d masala audience , i don't feel surprised with your reviews . This review of urs falls under most hated film. lol for what u wrote about concept : Huh . :D

Deepesh:

sorry,I don't approve of you.The movie was intended to make an adult comedy and this is.I really enjoyed the movie til the last scene.No doubt it is better than the last one.In my opinion it is worth watch.

MoviezAdda:

Ekta Kapoor is back with her adult magic, and looks like she had indeed served what was expected from the film. It’s a one big rollercoaster ride and a super dosage of entertainment, adult jokes, slapstick humor and crazy sequences. The movie acts as a complete 'de-stressing' product because of its Super-Duper Kool madcap, wild, bizarre and illogical entertainment.

mandar mirajkar:

what a awesome moive

B.H.Harsh:

The Raja Sen review link doesn't redirect to the correct link (Rediff). Please do check.

meetu:

oops! Thanks Harsh for pointing out. Fixed.

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