At the outset, a disclaimer: any resemblance or reference to a sexual innuendo is purely unintentional, and owes its origin to the movie.
One of the two lead pokes (Tusshar Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh) stares at a hoarding for sanitary napkins; and when the other asks him why he is looking at that irrelevant hoarding, he says, "I am going through a bad period!" Anupam Kher is Francis Marlowe, and his wife is appropriately Rosemary Marlowe. This is just the starters.
Add Chunky Pussy, and a sub-plot of Riteish's dog playing the role of Vicky Donor – by impregnating bitches in vet rooms. Garnish with more double entendres; hideous comments about physical features like complexion; and shapely and scantily clad heroines Nahi Sharmana and Sarah Jaane Diya – lusting for you know what, to the Devdas song 'Dil Do La Re'! Sprinkle some inanities and puerilities, and you have Kya Super Kool Hain Hum. No surprise that the censors have given it an A rating.
KSKHH does raise a few laughs, thanks to the excellent comic timing between the lead actors – Tusshar and Riteish; but the writer and director Sachin Maardi has treated the whole script in a superficial, insensitive and inane manner. It deserves an I (Imbecile) rating. Despite this, Ektaa and Shobha Kapoor, the producers of KSKHH, are perhaps laughing all the way to the bank, muttering Kya Super Fool Ho Tum!