Grand Masti Movie Review


Grand-Masti-ReviewGrand Masti Movie Review, Grand Masti Review, Grand Masti Movie 2013 Review, Review – Grand Masti, Grand Masti – Review, Grand Masti Movie Review and Rating, Grand Masti Public Talk, Grand Masti Movie Public Review

Release Date: 13th September, 2013
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Riteish Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani, Kainaat Arora, Bruna Abdalah, Maryam Zakaria, Manjari Fadnis, Sonalee Kulkarni, Karishma Tanna
Director: Indra Kumar
Producers: Ashok Thakeria, Indra Kumar
Writers: Milap Zaveri, Tushar Hiranandani
Music Director: Anand Raj Anand
Genre: Comedy

The satirical humour isn’t new in Bollywood. However, the fact can’t be denied that ‘Masti’ set a trend and was a gateway for adult flicks in Bollywood followed by ‘Kya Kool Hai Hum’.

The question arises that does its makers retain the same respect for bringing the adult comedy revolution in Indian cinema.

Indra Kumar who since Masti has given other comedy flick like Pyare Mohan, Dhamaal, Double Dhamaal to the masses has itself seen how cinema has evolved since then and thereby realising the fact the director brings forth the sequel of 2004 hit with a double doze of adult humour.

His latest offering kicks off with Amar (Retiesh Deshmukh), Meet (Vivek Oberoi) and Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) who although are married to Mamta (Sunali Kulkarni) Unatti (Karishma Tanna) and Tulsi (Manjari Phasdis) respectively but are unmoved in their sexual lives thanks to the over possessive and un desperate wives.

Amar, Prem and Meet are fed up from their wives, the threesome decides to reinvent their sexual fantasy at a college reunion in Shree Lal Chand University of Technology and Science.

They interact with Marlo (Kainaat Arora), Rose (Maryam Zakaria) and Mary (Bruna Abdullah), the three rich bombshells of the town. The three guys jel up and are easily driven by the beauties.

But the entire adventure takes a bizarre shape when the three get trapped for someone’s demise. Now how will they get rid out of the big fuss that is how Grand Masti’s story is all about.

Though the tale sounds a bit similar to its precursor but the flick just partially drowns in the comic department that is what the director keeps in accentuation.

Indra Kumar portrays the extra marital affairs of rather desperate husbands, however quiet illogically but humorously. You may be aware of the dialogues and the sequences coming in the next minutes, which just might perturb you as you may recall your adult conversation among your friends.

There is still a tease in those moments, which will instill you stay throughout the flick.

Performance wise Ritesh Deshmukh tops the list with his brilliant performance. He gives a perfect expression which is enough to tickle one’s funny bone.

Aftab Shivdasani is good. He does a good comeback with the flick and proves his worth as in the flick.

Vivek Oberoi is the weaker link in the flick or rather would say is overshadowed by other stars’ performance.

Sunali Kulkarni is descent. Karishma Tanna carries Genelia D’Souza’s character forward which is pleasing. Manjari Phasdis nicely portrays the elegant bahu role.

The bombshells Kainaat Arora flaunts much of her beauty, Marayam Zakaria sizzles, Bruna Abdullah is erotic in her act.

Pradeep Rawat as the college principal is amusing. It’s a delight to witness the fearsome Ghajini stepping into comedy shoes.

Music by Anand Raj Anand and Sanjeev Darshan is not great but will do. The songs are situational and don’t occupy space in our hearts or wits.