Movie Review: Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum (2012)
So how does one describe a movie like KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM? Outrageous? Scandalous? Wild? Wicked? Spicy? Wacky? Zany? Riotous? Madcap? I’d say all of these and more! If the intent of the film is to amuse and entertain and provide laughs and guffaws aplenty, logic be damned, then be rest assured, KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM has some bizarre jokes and episodes that would make your jaws hurt with laughter in those 2.20 hours.
Come to think of it, are we geared up for an AMERICAN PIE type of a movie with adult humor in loads, since the moviegoer is getting more and more receptive towards diverse genres of cinema? Adult humor is something that is yet to be explored to the fullest in Hindi filmdom. MASTI  and KYAA KOOL HAIN HUM  were two of the earliest films that made way for adult comedies. Last year’s DELHI BELLY, which was brimming with adult humor, made us realize that we are at ease with adult jokes and this genre is no longer considered discreditable or disgraceful. Now the much awaited sequel KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM is out to tickle our funny bone… and how!
KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM brings the sex comedy genre back into focus. Designed with teenagers and young adults in mind, this movie is up to the brim with sexual innuendoes, adult jokes and impish humor.
Major Singh (Puneet Issar), has two sons Adi (Tushar Kapoor) and Sid (Riteish Deshmukh). Adi is the younger one, who is the aspiring hero and in love with his cousin Subbalakshmi (Neha Sharma). Sid turns into an DJ and meets his match Swathi (Sarah Jane Dias). GK (Chunkey Pandey) is a member of the parliament, whose anti-social activities are contained by Ranjith.
Also, Chakravarthy who spends 14 years in prison after falsely charged by GK in a case is released. GK plans to take revenge on the family. But, the person who comes to the rescue of the family and the people threatened by the villain’s plans is Giri. The story is on how he ends as winner, by saving lives and winning respect from his father.