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After Masti (2004) and Grand Masti (2013), Indra Kumar, the director, is back with yet another funny bone tickling adult comedy movie, ‘ Great Grand Masti’. With Vivek, Ritesh, Aftab and Urvashi as the main leads, it is a double meaning film. It already suffered many controversies after its release. Story by Tushar Hiranandani has totally lived up to the expectations of the Masti league lovers. Let’s see how this movie is.
Plot: This film is about the 3 ‘brothers for life', Amar, Meet, and Prem, who are frustrated with their married life. As the other film Masti and Grand Masti already stated, they seek fun. Being bored of their normal lives, these three boys go for a vacation to Amar’s village Dudhwadi, to sell his ancestor’s property. But, they are unaware of the fact that Palace is a haunted one. Reaching there, they encounter the ghost, Ragini ( Urvashi Rautela), who had died a virgin. She continues haunting the place. Meanwhile, one of the boys gets to know the truth about Ragini. Now, the whole story is all about, how they get rid of the ghost.
Star Performances: Vivek, Ritesh, Aftab, as the main lead, have done a good job representing naughty boys. Urvashi Rautela is looking gorgeous as always. This movie is directed quite well by Indra Kumar. Nigam Bomzan did the cinematography, who is well appreciated for his work. The catchy music is given by Sanjeev Darshan, Shaarib & Toshi, Shaan. Before the release, the song ‘Teri Kamar Ko’, was quite liked by the audience. This movie falls under the production banner of Balaji Motion Pictures and Maruti International. Sameer Nair, Aman Gill, Ashok Thakeria, Sri Adhikari Brothers and Anand Pandit have done a commendable job of production.
Analysis: This is a big movie for those, who love the idea of the ‘Masti’ franchise. Kind of lacks binding the audience to their cinema seats, to grab some more sneak of the movie. The palace location is quite haunting. The overall story is great, but the scenes can make it a little uncomfortable to watch. Strictly not a family movie.
• All the main lead pulls up the goofy gags and stays consistent with it.
• Urvashi’s oomph factor, present in the movie.
• Song locations are pretty good.
• Very much close to the Masti (2004).
• Pretty good cinematography.
What’s Not There?
• Good combinations of dialogues and scenes.
• Becomes a little boring when reaching the end.
• A one-time watch movie.
Verdict- A package of a double meaning script and hollow jokes, with a pinch of the story. If you are interested to watch a story similar to Masti (2004), then this must be the one.
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