‘I’ll watch Kya Super Kool Hai Hum with my parents’

Says Sarah-Jane Dias, adding that there is nothing embarrassing about having a laugh with your family
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Updated on Jul 28, 2012 01:21 AM IST
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Says Sarah-Jane Dias, adding that there is nothing embarrassing about having a laugh with your family

VJ-turned-actor Sarah-Jane Dias says she will taker her parents to watch her upcoming film, Kya Super Kool Hain Hum, as she believes there is nothing embarrassing about enjoying an adult comedy with family.

“I am taking my parents for the film, what’s the big deal? We’re all mature adults and this is my profession so what’s there to hide? There is nothing embarrassing if we collectively end up laughing at the naughty jokes,” said the 29-year-old. The movie, which also stars actors Tusshar Kapoor, Neha Sharma and Riteish Deshmukh, is already in news because of its raunchy content and adult jokes. It will hit theatres on July 27.

The actor, who started her career in Bollywood last year with Abhishek Bachchan-starrer Game, is happy with her decision to sign Kya Kool Hain Hum as her second film. Sarah says the film is meant for a certain kind of audience and she is not bothered about what some people have to say about the film. “It isn’t as if we have ended up making something morally stimulating that it will spark a revolt. It is a comedy and is meant to be enjoyed. I am very young to say this, but ours is a country of contradictions. For some strange reason we are trying to refuse change of any kind,” she said, adding, “That is bizarre because people forget that ours is a nation of young people. Also, youth is more about vibes than being defined by age. People are expecting change and the older lot are not necessarily old — they are just a different generation, that’s it.

The actors even have a mock lesbian scene with her co-star Neha, where the two will be seen enacting a sequence from Devdas. Sarah insists it was difficult for them to keep a straight face while doing the scene. “The two of us have to fake being lesbians, which leads to a series of funny events in the film. Neha and I had so much fun, not just in this sequence but in other naughty ones in the film,” she said.

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