||Balaji Motion Picture
||Tusshar Kapoor, Ritesh Deshmukh, Neha Sharma, Sarah Jane Dias, Anupam Kher
Just three weeks back It was Rohit Shetty’s ‘Bol Bachchan’ , joining the hit list of comedy flicks. And now in the same month Ekta Kapoor with her sex comedy venture is set to tickle the movie goers. The point is that the expectations and standard of depicting the humour has increased now. Gangs of Wasseypur, though carrying serious storyline of caol mafia, but moreover was loved for its frank abuses used by locals. “KSKHM” renowned for its double meaning one-liner punches, goes alongside with urban looks and fashion.
Story opens with the two brothers Adi and Sid played by Tusshar Kapoor and Ritiesh Deshmukh, respectively. Adi is a struggling actor and dreams to enter B’wood with a bang but is frustrated acting in Teleshopping adv, while Sid is an able DJ but is limited to Gujarati gone wild parties.
Adi’s fate will favour him after he finds a girl with name starting ‘S’ according to an astrologer. Finally he meets Simran played by Neha Sharma who is supposed to be a lesbian. Sid finally gets an opportunity to DJ a fashion show, where he is messed up with the music, distracting a model Anu, portrayed by Sarah Jane Dias, who breakdowns with her wardrobe which becomes a sensation thereafter.
Sid grasps that Adi has offered a diamond to Simran, which initially belongs to someone else. This forces the duo to land in Goa where Simran and her friend Anu are enjoying holidays. Now will they claim their precious diamond, that’s how the story further deals with?
The excitement aroused by hullabaloo of carrying adult content and double meaning phrases, plunges with limited comedy in the flick. “KSKHM” is actually meant for teenagers who are on their verge to bold up their wits and would love to translate the double meaning jokes. There are very few moments which would just be able to bring a bleak smile on your face.
Taking a note of the actor, Ritiesh Deshmukh, grooving himself mostly in comedy flicks, seems comfortable in his act but there aren’t too many mature jokes which support the actor.
Tusshar Kapoor, after Gomaal series, stands out of the other characters in the flick. His acts for Tele shopping advertisement look funny, while imitating John Abraham from “Dostana” also adds some humour in the flick.
Sarah Jane Dias and Neha Sharma don’t add much to the film, apart from lending a toned body and a pretty face.
Anupam Kher as a billionare seems funny. Chunky Pandey has shown us a funnier side with his `Pasta` act in Housefull series. But, this time, Pandey`s comedy looks dim and over-the-top.
Music hasn’t enhanced too much in the flick. The only song “Dil Garden Garden” has managed to find some space in the chartbuster.
On the whole go for it only to calm all your excitement that the makers have aroused by the buzz that the flick offers an adult dose of comedy.