Starring – Tusshar Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Sarah Jane Dais, Neha Sharma, Anupam Kher
Director – Sachin Yardi
Producer – Ekta Kapoor, Ronnie Screwvala, Siddharth Roy Kapur
Banner – UTV Motion Pictures, ALT Entertainment
Genre – Comedy
Music – Sachin-Jigar, Shankar,Ehsaan and Loy, Meet Brothers
Rating – ***
By Prerrna Seth / Kreative Access Media
Ra.One, Ek Tha Tiger, Singham, Golmaal, The Dirty Picture and more; Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum was scripted more as a spoof than a film. It comments on all the possible movies that you can think of in the current times and then there is the famous Tusshar’s ‘Dostana’ act. But do spoofs in itself guarantee entertainment? Yes, they do if they are well written and executed, and Director Sachin Yardi does manage to hit the right nail with good support by Tusshar and Riteish. Though clichéd, the gags and spoof do work for the film in a good way.
Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum has nothing to write home about when it comes to the story. 2 friends DJ Sid (Riteish Deshmukh) and struggling actor Adi (Tusshar Kapoor) who are having a ‘Bad Period’ meet two girls Anu (Sarah Jane Dias) and Simran (Neha Sharma) and then their life changes, or at least they expect it to change. There are other characters too, some relevant and some not much for the film as they make the flow deterrent and the film feels stretched.
Talking about the performances, Tusshar Kapoor was good in parts, depending on the dialogues he was given. Though, I think his best role by far is the one in the Golmaal series where he isn’t given any dialogues. Riteish Deshmukh was his usual self. Neha Sharma looked really cute and sure can act. Sarah Jane Dias was good too but the lady seemed too theatrical at times. Chunky Pandey and Anupam Kher do their best with Pandey standing out as a Dhongi Baba. The rest of the supporting cast is okay. Oh! And yes, how could I not mention Riteish’s ‘Anndata’ (provider) in the film, his Dog ‘Sakru’ who gets the meatiest role of all and gets to do all the ‘A’ stuff.
Music of the film hits bull’s eye with all the songs including ‘Garden Garden’ and ‘Shirt Da Button’ being very soothing. Most of the dialogues in the film are popular sms’es and gags you have already read on Facebook or your Blackberry. Yes, there were a few that were original but those can be counted on your finger tips. The stars looked captivating when it came to the styling by Masaba Gupta. The cinematography too works in the film’s favour.
Overall, the film starts on a very good note but takes us to a never-ending journey. It could have been a little crispier and edgier but as long as you are keeping your tensions home and are heading into the theatre to enjoy a no-brainer adult comedy, Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum will entertain you. So go ahead book your tickets.
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