Audience no more hesitant to watch adult comedies: Tusshar

Audience no more hesitant to watch adult comedies: Tusshar

Actor Tusshar Kapoor, who is looking forward to the release of 'Kya Super Kool Hai Hum', feels that even though the first film in the franchise was ahead of its time, there is no hesitation among audience now to watch an adult comedy.

Bollywood star Tusshar Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh pose during promotion of their film Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum in Lucknow on Sunday. PTI

The adult comedy, to release July 27, is a sequel to the 2005-hit 'Kya Kool Hain Hum'.
"I think the first film was ahead of time. But now, audiences are ready for this kind of movie. Though at that time the film became a hit, it could have done better if the family audience had come. Society has changed since then," Tusshar told PTI.

"Families have changed. They want to have fun. This kind of genre has become cool and there is no hesitation among audience to watch this movie... our audience has increased for this film," he said.

Tusshar is happy that no other film came out in the same genre of "naughty comedy".
"We are lucky as no other film of same kind came in between, though we have had movies like 'Golmaal', 'Housefull', 'Dhamaal', but that comedy is different. This is an adult comedy and no film came in this genre," he said.

But the 35-year-old actor is full of praises for Aamir Khan's home production film' 'Delhi Belly', which was also an adult comedy but of a different type.

"People did not have guts to make this kind of a film, but hats off to Aamir Khan as he made 'Delhi Belly'. It is an adult comedy in its own way. It's a good film in spite of being bold and raunchy," Tusshar said.

"It shows that a film will work if it is good. All these (adult comedy and bold films) do not matter much. If the script and characters are good, people will go for the movie," he added.

Directed by Sachin Yardi, "Kya Super Kool..." features Tusshar, Riteish Deshmukh, Neha Sharma and Sarah Jane Dias.

"We preponed the release as we wanted to come in same week as 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai' came, so we chose July 27. Also 'Jism 2' is coming on August 3... we did not want to clash with other films.

"It gives us three weeks before 'Ek Tha Tiger' comes and that film will be a hurricane. Let our film complete the run till this one releases," Tusshar said.

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