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    Embarrassed, not ashamed, says Riteish.

    Come July 27, and Riteish Deshmukh will be facing a dilemma of an other kind.

    His much anticipated film, Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum (KSKHH), which co-stars Tusshar Kapoor, Neha Sharma and Sarah Jane Dias will hit the screens. Along with being excited, Riteish is also expecting to be highly embarrassed. When asked, he said, "Of course, it is embarrassing. The character in the film calls disk as d***s. There are still many people who call it as d***s and women think it differently. I am not ashamed but embarrassed of 'Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum'."

    The actor was also part of the initial franchise- Kya Kool hai Hum. The film's story so far has been hilarious and may be offensive to those sensitive to crass jokes, but also has "certain things that we do and there are certain things that the film demands," said the actor. KSKHH is being directed by Sachin Yardi and produced by Ekta Kapoor.

    Speaking of his experience, the actor adds, "When you actually enact some scene, you feel that what am I doing? Have we lost it? But that's the humour and it is done in a very innocent way."

    He does look forward to the film's release and seems equally keen on sharing his excitement. "It's a naughty comedy. The genre itself suggests that there are going to be some naughty stuff. You will get to see lot of non-veg stuff in the film, buts it's suggestive not directive," he says.

    We wish the actor all the best for this film!

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