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Times of India
The film is inspired by Basu Chatterjee's classic 'Shaukeen'.
Paying tribute to a classic is one thing and taking a classic and ripping it off so badly that there is hardly anything to be interested about, is another. Shaukeen was a classic dealt with very nicely whereas on the other hand, 'Kaay Raav Tumhi' (KRT) is just crass humour infused with double entendre.
Like 'Shaukeen', the story revolves around three lecherous old men keen on spending their 'second innings' amidst hot babes and exotic locations. Recently, Akshay Kumar's film which was a remake of the original has the same premise and it wasted the talent of three veterans. 'KRT' does that too. Karyekar, Mahajan and Pulekar play horny oldies looking for some fun. They plan a holiday and hire Chaitanya (Hemant) as their driver. On way they meet the beautiful Niyati. The three start hitting on Niyati unaware of the fact that she is the driver's girlfriend. Chaitanya and Niyati play along but are later exposed.
There is nothing much to say about this film apart from the fact that is wastes the talent of good actors. Niyati debuts with a bang. Here is one actress who has got her pronunciations right and acts well too.
All said and done, the double entendre's and forced jokes make this a weary watch. Watch it if you are a fan of this genre of humour.