"Kids cannot see this film. Teenagers can see it," he said and added that though the film will have an A-certificate, it won't affect its box office performance.
Talking about the sexual innuendoes and jokes in the film, he said that the genre has become cool and trendy.
"When 'Kya Kool Hain Hum' became a super hit, I felt that it would have been bigger had the family audience would have seen it. Everyone saw it, the ladies went with their friends and the men went with theirs. But people didn't go with their families. But now society has really changed," he told IANS.
"We had a narration and we toned it down, but everyone said that it was good but not as good as the previous one. So then we brought back all the jokes and the naughty humour," he added.
"We are lucky that no film of this kind came in between. 'Housefulls' have come, Golmaals have come, but they are a comedy of a different kind. This is an adult comedy," the actor says.
Why the gap?
"There were a lot of problems, Sangeeth wanted to do other kinds of films. He said he was not only a comedy director so he wanted to make some actioners and thrillers. When he was ready, Ekta was not ok with the script.
"Finally, Sachin came up with a script for a film called "Road Trip To Anjuna". But we liked it so much, Ekta decided to convert it into "Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum" and make it a two hero film," he said.