Considering that there are approximately 1.25 billion people in India, Anupama Chopra finds it difficult to understand why it's not possible to have just one good sex comedy in a country where people obviously have a working knowledge of sex. 

"Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 had potential. The idea of porn stars pretending to be a Sooraj Barjatya-style sanskaari family is inherently hilarious," said Chopra. 

But it quickly stops being funny for her because to cover up for the lack of acting talent, flair and wit, Umesh Ghadge uses cleavage, hysteria and a plethora of puerile jokes. 

Here's why an annoyed and traumatised Chopra rated the film with a half star: