Cast: Anupam Kher, Ritesh Deshmukh, Neha Sharma, Tusshar Kapoor, Sarah-Jane Dias
Director: Sachin Yardi
If I had a penny for every time I laughed during 'Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum', I'd be able to afford an Asprin I so badly needed at the end of this roughly two-and-a-half-hour cringe-fest. The problem with this film isn't that it's so unapologetically vulgar, but that it's just not very funny. And that's a shame, because leading men Tusshar Kapoor and Ritesh Deshmukh have a winning chemistry and sharp comic timingnow if only they were required to do a little more than stripping down to their boxers and repeatedly making crude gay jokes.
The film is written and directed by Sachin Yardi, who co-wrote 2005's comically superior 'Kya Kool Hain Hum', but the mandate for this sequel seems to have been " "let's make it filthier". In the process, clever writing and genuine humor have been completely sacrificed. The plot (if you can call it that!) doesn't hold up either Adi (Tusshar), a struggling actor, and Sid (Ritesh), a down-on-his-luck deejay, are best friends and roommates looking for that one chance to turn their fortunes. A series of misadventures lands them in Goa in pursuit of Simran (Neha Sharma) and Anu (Sarah Jane-Dias), and a diamond ring belonging to Sid's frisky dog Sakru. Other offenders in this mess include Anupam Kher, who plays Francis Marlowe, an eccentric millionaire and film memorabilia collector who's convinced that his dead mother has been
11:57 PM, Jul 27, 2012