Tusshar Kapoor and Aftab Shivdasani are two jobless youngsters who fly to Bangkok as their friend Krishna Abhishek, a porn film producer, offers them a job there. Soon the duo become stars by acting in porn styled spoofs of popular Bollywood films. Tusshar also falls in love with Mandana and he has to gain her father's approval for their marriage. What happens next forms the crux of the story, and there is a lot of staging drama and silly gags involved!
As expected, the film does not offer much to the viewers in terms of its storyline and is loaded with sexual innuendos and tailored with many female characters as cheap sex objects. Young men who pay for the ticket money ought to be satisfied, what with the amount of skin show in the film. Throughout the first half, there are only a couple of moments where one could barely chuckle. However, the spoofs of popular Bollywood film scenes do raise a LOL moment or two.
The performance of the actors and the technical aspects serve the purpose of this film, which is to titillate the viewers with generous cleavage show and a few laughs here and there.
Both Tusshar and Aftab are regulars in such sex comedies, and they know what to do, given all their limitations as actors and the limited requirements of the film. Tusshar acting as a female in the climax of the film is an eyesore. Krishna Abhishek's comic timing is a relief, but he keeps shouting 'Excellent Shot' in the porn films that he shoots, and you wonder why!! Riteish Deshmukh’s cameo appearance evokes a bit of laughter. Seniors such as Shakti Kapoor and Darshan Jariwala could have avoided this film. While talking about the female leads, all they do is indulge in skin show (silicon enhanced assets?), speak suggestive dialogues, moan and groan. That's the scope that they get in such films!
The songs of the film and BGMs are not so impressive. Wrong placement of songs is another major drawback. Though a major part of the film is shot in Thailand, one cannot expect any exotic visuals from the film as the cinematography has nothing new to offer. The run time of just over 2 hours is ideal, though.
On the whole, Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 is an unfunny and unimaginative thrust-boob-butt template flick which is not so 'KOOL'!