Adi (Tusshar Kapoor), a battling actor and Sid (Riteish Deshmukh) a DJ, are two room-mates who wish to allow it to be large in existence. Adi thinks in zodiac and as he is told that his fortune would change after he meets his soulmate, a woman whose title starts using the letter 'S', the naive Adi begins thinking it. His values get strengthened as he results in Simran Kapoor (Neha Sharma), a phone call center worker, who appears to become lucky for that struggler. Meanwhile, Sid, who makes extra dollars allowing his horny pug breed with female canines, falls for Anu (Sarah Jane Dias), one and also the daughter of the Go an billionaire Marlow (Anupam Kher). The 2 teenagers stick to the women to Goa to recuperate a gemstone owned by Sid that Adi had gifted to Simran and just how this can lead to a curler-coaster ride of laughter is one thing that needs to be loved having a bucket of pop-corn.
Though this rater isn't a large fan of Tusshar Kapoor, it should be stated the Balaji boy matches Riteish Deshmukh if this involves comic timing within this flick. Both 'Kool' stars are certain to cause you to start laughing helplessly in the first scene let's start. Deshmukh is really as good as always in comic roles and his character's practice of placing Marathi phrases and words (something which he makes use of in just about all his comedy movies like Housefull 2) between Hindi dialogues increases the humour element. Neha Sharma and Sarah Jane Dias don't get to complete much although the fashion quotient from the movie is certainly taken proper care of. Anupam Kher and Chunky Pandey do often pork sometimes however; audiences could be too busy poking fun at the antics of Deshmukh and Kapoor to carry any grudge against Pandey and Kher.
When the prequel, directed by Sangeeth Sivan would be a hit, director Sachin Yardi guarantees the follow up is believe it or not if this involves humour. Like pointed out earlier, the movie is filled with crass humors, ribald jokes and nasty humor targeted at everybody from homosexuals to canines with other movies and stars. What's admirable concerning the movie is it is unapologetic towards the core and immediately inside your face. Prudes might without a doubt wrinkle their collective noses in the 'Kool' make of humour, but thenů.the movie isn't intended to be viewed by them whatsoever! However, around the switch side, the other half from the movie appears a little extended and a few of the jokes are which we'd heard in class. Furthermore, the Chunky Pandey-Anupam Kher moments aren't as funny and also the makers had wished it might be
The tunes shirt da button and dil garden garden ho gaya happen to be hits before the movie launched and also the music from the movie will certainly set you tapping your ft.
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum is really as 'Dirty' because it will get but aside from a couple of defects, this Balaji method is a completely enjoyable watch!