Just when you though the comedy in Indian cinema could not get any more absurd, stupid and just plain dumb, the team of Kya Super Kool Hain Hum outdo themselves in those areas.
How someone of the calibre of Anupam Kher agreed to get involved in such stupidity as playing a character who believes that his mother has been reincarnated as a dog and his father as another one whose sole aim in life is to immediately copulate every other dog he sees is just mind-boggling.
That level of stupidity is normally reserved for the characters played by Chunky Panday, is the fake priest who convinces Anupam about the doggy tale in his usual totally dumb style.
But the two main characters are Tusshaar (he seems to have dropped the Kapoor surname professionally) and Ritesih Deshmukh, who come together again after their earlier sex comedy Kya Kool Hai Hum seven years ago.
Once again, the double entendre dialogues and weak sex jokes make up the bulk of the film as they chase their girlfriends to and around Goa. The girls are Sarah-Jane Dias and Neha Sharma, who pretend to be a lesbian couple to stave off the boys’ attention.
Even the usual request from critics to leave your brains at home when watching silly comedies does not work with this one, directed by Sachin Yardi.
KYA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM WAS REVIEWED COURTESY OF BOLLYWOOD JUNXION OF FORDSBURG SQUARE IN JOHANNESBURG