Alt Entertainment’s Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 (A) is the third in the Kyaa Kool Hain Hum series. Kanhaiyya (Tusshar) and Rocky (Aftab Shivdasani) are close friends who don’t really seem to be going anywhere in life. Kanhaiyya’s father, P.K. Lele (Shakti Kapoor), has thrown him out of the house. As Kanhaiyya’s mother is dead, P.K. Lele has married Kanhaiyya’s maternal aunt (Meghna Naidu).
Kanhaiyya and Rocky’s friend, Micky (Krushna), lives in Bangkok and calls them over. As they have nothing to do in India, they accept Micky’s offer to work for him. But once in Bangkok, they are shocked to learn that Micky makes porn films by spoofing hit Bollywood films. Working as porn stars in Micky’s films are Sucku (Claudia Ciesla), Mary Lee (Gizele Thakral), Chumbankar (Andy) and Dandive (Danny Sura). Micky convinces the two friends to become porn stars in his films. Convinced, they start acting in Micky’s porn comedies.
Soon, Kanhaiyya falls in love with an Indian girl in Bangkok, who goes by the name of Shalu (Mandana Karimi). Before Shalu can marry Kanhaiyya, her orthodox and God-fearing father, Mr. Karjatya (an obvious reference to filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya), must meet the groom-to-be and his family. Since Kanhaiyya’s parents are in India, the porn stars pose as his two sisters and two brothers-in-law while, in a case of comedy of errors, both, Rocky and Micky, introduce themselves as his father. To add to the confusion, Kanhaiyya’s actual father and step-mother also land in his house in Bangkok even while Shalu and Mr. Karjatya are around. Mr. Karjatya’s sister, Sindoor (Sushmita Mukherjee), also lands there. She is unable to speak and so she comes with her dog who is the only one who can understand what she wants to convey by her sounds and, in turn, conveys the same by his barking. Accompanying them is Jimmy (Jimmy Moses) who is the sole person who can interpret the barks of the dog.
Mr. Karjatya is sucked more and more into the ‘family’ drama of Kanhaiyya. Alongside Kanhaiyya and Shalu’s romantic track, there are several other tracks of lust and sex between the various characters. Despite so much confusion, Mr. Karjatya doesn’t realise that Kanhaiyya and gang are pulling a fast one on him. Even though Karjatya learns of an illness which Kanhaiyya is suffering from – he becomes cock-eyed whenever he sees the colour red – he is ready to marry off Shalu to him. But then, the fact about Kanhaiyya and Rocky working as porn stars comes to Karjatya’s knowledge. He also realises the truth about the various fathers of Kanhaiyya.
Mushtaq Shiekh and Milap Milan Zaveri have written a childish story which is nothing but an assemblage of crass anecdotes and incidents abounding in double-meaning dialogues and scenes. There is absolutely no logic in the drama and not much attention is paid to continuity which seems forced in, to hold the story together. Mushtaq Shiekh has written a reprehensible screenplay which tries to cash in on poking fun at hit Bollywood films and celebrities. Even that could have been interesting had it made the audience laugh, but the humour is so forced that it hardly evokes laughter. Rather, the viewers view the jokes at hit films and personalities as disrespectful and as being bad in taste. Of course, there are some double-meaning jokes and scenes which will be liked by the audience, mainly front-benchers and masses, but the humour otherwise falls flat on its face. The angle of Kanhaiyya going cock-eyed on seeing red colour looks silly. The track of Mr. Karjatya’s parrot seems to have been inserted only so that double-meaning dialogues could be written around it. In fact, the viewer gets the feeling that scenes have been created to accommodate a ‘funny’ one-liner or a ‘naughty’ thought. This feeling spoils the fun of the audience in even inherently funny scenes. Absence of a cohesive script and a consistently funny and smooth-flowing screenplay are big negative points. Milap Milan Zaveri’s dialogues are kiddish and rely too heavily on rhyming to create mirth.
Tusshar does quite well but is let down by a dull script. Aftab Shivdasani’s performance is alright but, again, he is not in his element. Krushna appeals with his sense of comic timing. Mandana Karimi looks pretty but she gets limited scope to act. Her performance is alright. Darshan Jariwala looks out of place in an adult comedy but he manages to camouflage the mismatch by his performance. Sushmita Mukherjee is not funny in a role which needed her to be so. Shakti Kapoor just about passes muster. Meghna Naidu is alright. Gizele Thakral does reasonably well. She exudes oomph. Claudia Ciesla looks sexy while her performance is okay. Andy hardly impresses. Danny Sura is ordinary. Jimmy Moses makes his presence felt. Gauhar Khan is good in a song-dance number. Dinky Kapoor (as the secretary), Mukund Bhatt (as Baig) and Nargis Doctor (as Kanhaiyya’s maternal grandmother) lend average support. Ritesh Deshmukh makes a special appearance but his scene is hardly interesting.
Umesh Ghadge’s direction is routine. Handicapped by a weak script, he is unable to keep the audience suitably entertained. Sajid-Wajid’s music is a mixed bag. ‘Jawaani le doobi’ is an appealing song while the title track is fairly good. The other songs are okay. Danish Sabri and Irfan Kamal’s lyrics go well with the film’s mood. Choreography (by Vishnu Deva and Ranju Verghese) is alright. Raju Singh’s background music doesn’t add much to the drama. Manoj Soni’s camerawork is fair. Vikram Dahiya’s action and stunts are passable. Sukant Panigrahy’s production designing is average. Nitin Madhukar Rokade’s editing is alright.
On the whole, Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 is rather dull and will not be able to sustain the initial craze (among masses of single-screen cinemas, because of the brand) because the comedy looks contrived.