New Delhi: Riteish Deshmukh, whose film ‘Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum’ is releasing tomorrow, said he isn`t worried about critics` reviews as the audience decides the final fate of a movie.
Riteish, 33, has re-teamed with co-star Tusshar Kapoor for the sequel of the 2005 adult comedy "Kya Cool Hai Hum", which was slammed by critics on its release.
"No hard feelings though. The critics were judging my film, so it`s okay. As an actor, I am not judging them as a person just because they gave my film a bad review. They are critics and have every right to say what they feel about a film," Riteish told PTI.
"Eventually, I am taking my film to the public and critics too are taking their review to the same people. It is the audience that decides the final outcome. They have grown when it comes to digesting such subjects and are actually waiting for more bold stuff to be churned out," he added.
Riteish said the dialogues in the film do not have double meaning.
"The film is soaked in naughtiness. In fact there are some dialogues, which are pretty straight forward but if you try to decipher them for a little longer a double meaning emerges," he said.
Produced by Ekta Kapoor, the film has obtained an `A` certificate from the Censor Board. Riteish said they are not hiding the fact that the film is not for children.
"We have to be unpretentious about what we make. During the promotion of `Delhi Belly`, even Aamir and Imran said that the film was not for children. Why should one be apologetic of what one has made? We are being frank and open," he said.
Directed by Sachin Yardi, the film also stars Sarah Jane Dias and Neha Sharma in the female lead.