The film starts off with the basic introduction of best buddies Rocky (Aftab Shivdasani) and Kanhaiya (Tusshar Kapoor), who have, so far, done everything together. Kanhaiya apparently suffers from a colour disorder, because of which every time he sees the colour red, he becomes ‘squint-eyed’ or as the makers put it… ‘cock-eyed’ (no pun intended there!). Due to their constant goof ups, the two end up broke and homeless.
However, a ray of hope comes to them in the form of their long lost friend Mickey (Krishna Abhishek) who is based in Bangkok. Mickey invites Rocky and Kanhaiya to Bangkok to try their hand at making a living there. However, what Mickey refrains from telling them is that he makes porn films for a living, along with his regular set of actors in the form of Sakku (Gizele Thakral), Mary Lee (Claudia Ciesla), Sushil (Andy Kumar) and his colleague played by Danny Sura.
Though Rocky and Kanhaiya are initially reluctant to work as porn stars, the lure for money convinces them to agree to be a part of Mickey’s porn star group. All goes well till the time Kanhaiya falls head over heels in love with Shalu (Mandana Karimi). In order to impress her, he always is willing to walk that extra mile. But when Shalu tells Kanhaiya that her father Surya Karjatya (Darshan Jariwala) wants to see him and his family for their marriage, Kanhaiya, left with no choice, tells the ‘porn stars’ group to disguise themselves as his traditional ‘sanskari’ family.
What follows is a comedy of errors, mistaken identities and chaos… all of this leading to a topsy-turvy situation. Will Shalu’s father discover the reality of Kanhaiya, what happens to the duo of Rocky and Kanhaiya in the end, does Mickey help Rocky and Kanhaiya in getting out of the situation that has been created by him… is what forms the rest of the film.
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.
*** HQ ***