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Monday, June 13, 2005

Weekend


The quality of Bollywood script writing is getting vulgar by the day.
What else can one expect when the Queen of Television trash, Ekta Kapoor produces one more film to promote her brother Tushar Kapoor.

Kya Kool Hai Hum is replete with cheap double-entendre (meaning) dialogues, corny jokes, vulgar comedy, and some plain old PJs.

That's the taste of the audience. The film is going strong in its sixth week.
It's a film one can watch with friends (guys), not with co-workers or relatives.

The eye candies (Isha Koppikar and Neha Dhupia) look good. Isha has a meatier (pun intended) role as an uncouth policewoman. Neha makes an appearance in the second-half and looks good (and beautiful for a change) in those black specs.