Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum which released today has as expected received not so good reviews from the critics. In fact the film wasn’t even expected to get good reviews, the first part Kyaa Kool Hain Hum was also thrashed by the critics. Ritesh Deshmukh has garnered maximum praise for him comic timing while opinions are divided on Tusshar Kapoor’s acting in the movie. The film has opened to a good response at the box office!
Let’s take a quick look at the reviews for Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum.
Total Reviews: 13
3.5 stars: 1
3 stars: 3
2.5 stars: 2
2 stars: 3
1.5 stars: 3
1 star: 1
Bollywood Hungama 3.5 stars: KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM is sure to get the affirmation nod by its target audience — the youth. Despite the sexual tone, adult jokes, impish humor, the movie, at no juncture, gets offensive, distasteful or objectionable. In fact, it’s one big joyride from commencement to conclusion. This one is for the masses, for youngsters, for those who loved part one and enjoyed its crazy hilarity.
Times Of India 3 stars: Director, Sachin Yardi’s film will appeal to an audience who trips over ‘hard-core’ sex comedies. There are scenes that ‘vibrate’ with humour, and squeeze ample laughs (some forced), but it’s mostly a bleak story-line with random scenes which are padded with pun-fulls of adult humour, sexual innuendo, and expletive one-liners.
Sify 3 stars: While the film includes sex jokes and innuendos every now and then, it’s not as offensive as one would expect. Perhaps the idea is to include those who like their humour risqué, not crass. In fact their posters are far more offensive, than the film itself. One would call the film clumsy, had it not been funny. But humorous it is, even if in parts. Worth a watch, if you’re not very high-brow or prudish when it comes to humour.
Glamsham 3 stars: KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM is super hilarious in bits and at some points, dips deplorably low. Actually to the pits! Tusshar and Riteish are a laugh riot. Their combination and timing is super. Both their characters are introduced intelligently (as intelligently as a comedy will allow) but sadly fails to keep the leverage throughout.
Koimoi 2.5 stars: Sachin Yardi wins us in the first half but just can’t hold up the laughs in the post-interval section. While many of the jokes are funny, it’s disappointing to find lame SMS jokes in their dialogues. Being an adult comedy also means that Sachin has overlooked the plot, which really doesn’t matter in the movie either. Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum has some really good laughs, but the second half can be a tad disappointing.
Nowrunning 2.5 stars: What works best for KSKHH is the stupendous comic timing between Riteish and Tusshar. The two along are responsible for maximum laughter in the film. While the other actors like Anupam Kher, Chunky Pandey, Kavin Dave etc. fail to even leave a smile on your face. Neha Sharma as well as Sarah Jane Dias succeed only in adding the glamour quotient to the film and have nothing more than that to offer.
Yahoo 2 stars: Kyaa SuperKool Hai Hum’ is surely a school of sickeningly dirty jokes that will shock, disgust and scandalize but ensure that you have a good time. So don’t leave your brains (or any other organs) at home, you will need it to dig out the implied meaning in every line.
Zee News 2 stars: Yes, the film is just that-ordinary, in fact lower than that. But they seem to have fun. Yes, some bits are funny, quite hilarious and Riteish and Anupam Kher share a ‘good chemistry’, which makes their scenes enjoyable to watch. But they are far and few in between. It is also unfortunate to see a veteran actor like Kher mouth dialogues full of double meanings. Kher’s comic timing remains intact but to see him being part of a film like this makes you cringe a bit.
DNA 2 stars: Director Sachin Yardi’s KSKHH revels in its ability to present one stereotype after another in a long orgy of sex jokes, private parts’ references and general stupidity. It’s funny initially, and you feel like you may be in for a laugh riot. But KSKHH is like a party that starts to get boring in the first hour, one you keep looking for ways to get out of. And if you do stay till the end, a headache-inducing hangover is a certainty.
Rediff 1.5 stars: And that’s exactly what Sachin Yardi’s Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum is, an A-rated film that feels the need to shy away from swearwords and put big, forbidding ‘Adults’ stickers onto even copulating canines. The film wants to be racy, but has television-friendliness forced onto its very being: which explains actors dropping their jaws at the (suggested) mention of genitalia and constantly hiding behind clumsy innuendo.
Rajeev Masand 1.5 stars: 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 timing…now if only they were required to do a little more than stripping down to their boxers and repeatedly making crude gay jokes.
Daily Bhaskar 1.5 stars: All the humour is in the lines. The dialogue writer of this film is a decent chutkula writer, suited best for stand-up comedies or hasya kavitas. You know at some point the jokes will dry up. They’ll start exhausting you with their only meaning; let alone the double meaning. The film will lose energy too, given there wasn’t much of a plot to keep it going for this long.
NDTV 1 star: Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum strives very hard indeed to be a worthy adult comedy, a poor Indian country cousin of American Pie, but all it manages to be is a juvenile and clunky ride through unending yards of the kind of laboured gags that went out of vogue with Dada Kondke.