Updated: December 5, 2014 1:00:55 am
By Karan Shah
Now that the star cast has been finalised, the third installment of the Kya Kool Hai Hum franchise is all set to take off in January next year. Tusshar, Aftab Shivdasani and Krushna Abhishek have been finalised as the male leads while the female leads are yet to be announced. But according to reliable sources, Claudia Ciesla and an actress from Yaariyaan will be part of the star cast alongwith some newcomers.
The movie revolves around Tusshar and Aftab’s attempt to earn money. In order to turn their fortunes around, they approach their rich friend, Krushna who lives abroad for help. Although, the duo plot several quick-rich-schemes, they always end up in trouble. The story follows their journey filled with masti and double meaning comedy.
While the earlier two instalments have seen different directors helming the project, the third instalment too will see a debutante helming it. Tanuj Garg, CEO of Balaji Telefilms mentioned, “Yes, the male leads have been finalised. Tusshar and Aftab have been confirmed, while we are yet to announce the lead ladies, this instalment will be directed by debutante Umesh Ghatge. It wasn’t a conscious decision, but it just happened. Umesh brings his style to the movie and now we’ll see a different version of Kya Kool Hai Hum in the third instalment.”
Krushna Abhishek who will also be seen in the film says, “I am playing a comic role. Double meaning comedy is my forte and I am very excited about the film, but I cannot mention anything else about the film at this point of time.” A situational comedy in the making, the movie will be shot in the same mansion which was used in the Akshay Kumar starrer, Entertainment. The unit will shoot in Bangkok, for a 40-day schedule.
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