Disclaimer: This review is A-rated. Purely ‘adult’erated even. Keeping with the flavour of the film – a series of gags on ‘dildo-la-re’ puns, doggie shots, bitches (read: beaches), bikinis and bared bums, sizes (‘bade acche lagte hain‘ anyone?) and sex-changes.
Tusshar Kapoor (Adi) is a struggling actor, who dreams of making a grand debut in Bollywood with films like ‘Chingham‘, ‘Adi’das (Devdas), ‘Bra-One‘ ‘Ekta-Tiger’ etc, but Mr. Dufus ends up with embarrassing teleshopping commercials for vibra weight-loss, constipation remedies and body-whitening creams (it hilariously turns him from Afro to Blond). He believes planet Rahu has turned his career into Rahul Roy (ouch!), and is advised by a Tarot reader that the only one who has the power to change his destiny is a lady-love. Cue for Simran (Neha Sharma). Sid (Riteish Deshmukh) is a DJ (read: hard ‘Dicks’ Jockey); who’s grown up ‘bajaoing‘ (music), and living off his pug, ‘Suckru‘, the Vicky Donor of Animal Kingdom, who dutifully mates to His Master’s (Voice) Music; for money. The ‘threesome’ take off to Goa, where Adi swears he will ‘macho-doonga’ (ie: flaunt his machismo with a semi bared-butt like John Abraham) to win over his girl. On the other hand, Sid risks losing his manhood at gay bars, while model-girl Anu (Sarah Jane Dias) falls for him, and Suckru gets busy on the Goa ‘bitches’ (Oops: Beaches). There are weirder specimens on this riotous ride. Mr.Marlowe (Anupam Kher), who’s obsessed with Bollywood memorabilia. From Vidya Balan’s red ‘dirty’ blouse, to Ramu kaka’s (Sholay) hand-soap; only ‘coz Thakur didn’t have hands (sic); More weirdos coming up – fat-ass, dope-head Trippy (Kevin Dave) and the vile Baba 3G ( Chunky Pandey) who communicates with the ‘higher beings’ through broadband. ‘Stand-up’ to applause if you please, but there’s more coming your way. Mental stimulation (or masturbation), whatever!!!
Tusshar Kapoor is quite a ‘master of his domain’, we mean the comedy genre, alright. Riteish Deshmukh adds to this melee with his canny knack for comedy, and together the boys tune their comedy timing with tact, if not precision. Neha Sharma is pretty, pleasant and acts well; Sarah Jane Dias looks hot in her bikini act and catwalks through her part with confidence. Anupam Kher has shown us a funnier bone in the past, and Chunky is too wasted and over-the-top, even for a brainless comedy.
Director, Sachin Yardi’s film will appeal to an audience who trips over ‘hard-core’ sex comedies. There are scenes that ‘vibrate’ with humour, and squeeze ample laughs (some forced), but it’s mostly a bleak story-line with random scenes which are padded with pun-fulls of adult humour, sexual innuendo, and expletive one-liners. For a sex-comedy, the film is a tad long (size really matters, can’t help it!) and songs like ‘Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya‘ slow the pace. If you were sex (comedy) starved after Kyaa Kool Hai Hum, this sequel force-feeds you a double dose. This one’s for teens who get a ‘boner’ out of bad jokes, but it may get a rise out of some adults too. Watch at your own ‘risque’.
A dumb & dumber situation arises when a struggling actor chases his lady-love to Goa; along with his jobless DJ buddy who owns a pug that shags for a living.