This week has had the best rated movie in the last 6 months i.e Airlift and also the worst rated movie in the last 6 months i.e Kyaa Kool Hai Hum 3. It’s not a film that the critics would like anyway. But do check the reviews.Check out ratings of last few movies released in 2015 – 2016
- Airlift – 3.7 stars
- Wazir – 2.7 stars
- Dilwale – 2.5 stars
- Bajirao Mastani – 3.2 stars
- Hate Story 3 – 1.7 stars
- Tamasha – 3 stars
- Prem Ratan Dhan Payo – 2.7 stars
- Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 – 2.6 stars
- Jazbaa – 2.6 stars
- Singh Is Bling – 2.3 stars
- Shaandaar – 2.2 stars
- Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon – 2.17 stars
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Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 Review by Indicine
Seeing this film made us want to have a rich producer sibling so that we could afford to not work and yet get some pocket money while spending time with scantily dressed women in exotic foreign locales. Tusshhaaaaar is leading the dream life of a Desi bachelor guy. Umesh Ghadge, the director, leads the third part of this popular series into the same direction as the first two films. The dialogues provide decent laughter if you are watching the film with pumped up hormonally charged teenagers, and they provide free awkwardness and stares if you are watching it with your family members. Quick question: Does Gizele Thakral (kyun Thakral hai?) have bigger lips than the parrot?
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 Review by Bollywood Hungama
The film’s director Umesh Ghadge, who had earlier directed a Marathi film WELCOME ZINDAGI and had even assisted David Dhawan on films like MAIN TERA HERO, CHASHME BADDOOR and PARTNER, makes his Bollywood directorial debut with KYAA KOOL HAIN HUM 3 (KKHH 3). Said to be India’s first ever ‘Porn-com’ the first half of the film lives up to its adage and decently plays along with the franchise theme of being a sex comedy. However, come the second half of the film, Ghadge seems lost and directionless with the entire film appearing to be comic scenes stitched together to make a full length feature film, turning what could have been an entertaining slap stick comedy into a pure disaster. Replete with negative aspects, KKHH3 hinges on a wafer thin plot, and relies largely on jokes and gags. Overall, with outrageous lines and scandalous visuals which appear funny at times but cheap in the overall perspective, the film is nothing but an assimilation of funny and not so funny scenes stitched together which does not create the desired impact. Filled with sexual innuendoes, adult jokes and impish humour that seems forced in the narrative, KKHH 3 turns into a serious letdown with the blame solely on the director Umesh Ghadge and its shabby writing cum vacuous screenplay by writers Mushtaq Sheikh and Milap Zaveri. Though there are instances where you feel like Umesh has somehow managed (read ‘struggled’) to maintain the film’s proceedings, they are few and are limited to the first half of the film. In fact the only scenes which leave an impact are the funny takes on Bollywood films like KICK, ROCKSTAR, SINGHAM, EK VILLAIN, SHOLAY, CHENNAI EXPRESS… to name a few.
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 Review by Sreeju Sudhakaran on Bollywood Life
And the acting…Oh God! Apart from the lead actors, who are just helpless spectators in the film, the rest just grate your nerves. Gizele Thakral and Claudia Ciesla’s ‘orgasmic’ performances make you wanna strangulate yourself, while you feel pity for Darshan Zariwala, a fine actor, who is made to act like a desperate fool. Bigg Boss fame Mandana Karimi looks pretty and is seen in a bikini many a times, but she can’t act to save her life! While Riteish had a plot of his own in the previous films, here Aftab has no arc at all, and is just a filler. Your torture is complete when you see Tusshar in drag during the climatic portions, with his father and father-in-law lusting after him. And in the end, when almost everyone is trapped in a quicksand, you feel that you should have ging head first into that muddle, just to save yourself from all that pain!
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 Review by Shubha Shetty-Saha on Mid-Day India
A film that is touted as a porn-com, one wasn’t really expecting many signs of intelligence and it doesn’t disappoint in that matter. What the movie also offers in addition to expected levels of crass and crudity is a total absence of logic or semblance.
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 Review by Rohit Vats on Hindustan Times
This is probably the best attempt at humour in a film that takes the dirty route to establishing the premise of a porn-com – which, incidentally, is what the film promoters have been calling it.
Review by Shubhra Gupta on Indian Express
Hold on, though. This film calls itself a ‘sex comedy’: I don’t know about you, but this business of keeping actors standing in a room in one line just the way they would in a sit com (that’s how we know it is an Ekta Kapoor production, apart from Tusshar’s constant presence), and tossing juvenile lines amongst themselves, doesn’t spell ess-ee-ex to me. So no sex. And all those limp jokes don’t add up to a comedy, either. What it is, is false pretences. Can I please call it a falsie? I know, groan again. Given the previous two flicks, did we really think this would be a bag of laughs? More fool hain hum.
Review by Prasanna D Zore on Rediff
There is not a single scene in KKHM 3 that does not show skin. If not skin, there are loaded dialogues and porn-y gestures that make you want to throw up.
Review by Sarita A Tanwar on DNA India
There’s really very little to talk about in terms of things to look forward to in this film. A few dialogues may perhaps bring on a smile and, to some extent, Krushna’s energetic act livens up a scene or two. A large part of the film is a spoof of popular Hindi films rather than the sex comedy that it claims to be.
Review by Suhani Singh on India Today
Written by Milap Milan Zaveri and Mushtaq Sheikh, who makes the ultimate sacrifice and recites perhaps the dullest line in the film, Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 under their authorship falls to new lows. There are desperate attempts to make audiences laugh – puns with sexual innuendo arrive at regular intervals.
Review by Meena Iyer on The Times Of India
Too many gags follow more gags, actors ham and situations get repeated. Wish the makers, who have invested so much in locations and item songs, had invested in a tighter screenplay because India is ready for a smart sex comedy. At the interval point, you are willing to cut the film some slack, but post the break, despite the gloss, glamour and goofs, you’re restless.
Review by Rajeev Masand on IBNLive
For a film that boldly advertises itself as a ‘porn-com’, Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 is surprisingly limp. It’s underwhelming both in its raunchiness and its level of humor – frankly, I’ve read jokes forwarded on Whatsapp that are more naughty than anything in this film.
Review by Kunal Guha on Mumbai Mirror
Tusshar Kapoor and Aftab Shivdasani have become the selfappointed faces of Indian porncoms, as the genre is now called. Struggling to make their mark in practically every other form of cinema, they’ve realised their true calling and will surface every alternate year when a film as such should release. Of the two, Shivdasani is fractionally more fluent in the grammar of lewd comedy but Kapoor has the home production advantage, so let’s call it a tie.
Review by Martin D’Souza on Glamsham
KKHH3 fails in its genre simply because of its tacky production and below average adult jokes. Not to mention loud, ‘over-the-top’, ‘look-at-me’ acting!
Review by Sonia Chopra on Sify
Directed by Umesh Ghadge, there’s hardly anything interesting or new in the film. The scene where several fake fathers of one character arrive at one spot reminds one of the ‘maa’ scene from Bol Bachchan. Several other scenes are also familiar. For a sex-comedy the film is neither audacious nor remotely funny.
Review by Shishir Gautam on Nowrunning
Things can hardly go worse when you have bad writing. But then when you have a group of people trying to outdo each other in buffoonery, you never know what can surprise you. Like in this case a usually good Darshan Jariwala will leave you gasping for air. And no, that’s not because he will make you laugh. He does not.
Review by Jaidev Hemmady on Movietalkies
Not that this reviewer has any issues with adult comedies, but when a filmmaker decides to insert crassness disguised as humour, it is bound to rub us the wrong way. Barring a couple of good gags, the film is full of crude and lame jokes, which won’t even make you chuckle. However, if you are in the mood for gawking at women in swimsuits, this film might surely appeal to you.