Grand Masti Movie Review:-
Movie: Grand Masti
Rating: 3 / 5
Banner: Maruti International
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Riteish Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani, Karisma Tanna, Sonali Kulkarni, Manjari Fadnis, Bruna Abdullah, Maryam Zakaria, Kainaat Arora, Suresh Menon and Others
Music: Anand Raj Anand, Sanjeev, Darshan
Cinematographer : Rituraj Narain
Producer: Ashok Thakeria, Indra Kumar
Director: Indra Kumar
Released Date: September 13, 2013
Vivek Oberoi, Ritesh Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani’s “Grand Masti” released today. Grand Masti is definitely a Bollywood adult comedy film presented by Bharat Shah, directed by Indra Kumar and created by Ashok Thakeria. The film is really a follow up to the 2004 hit, Masti, and can ature Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivdasani and Riteish Deshmukh and others.
Coming to the story of the movie Amar (Retiesh Deshmukh), Meet (Vivek Oberoi) and Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) lead a normal boring family existence using their spouses. Their sexual life is quite cold and try to forces these to have some other alternative outdoors their properties. One fine day, the 3 close friends are known as for any college reunion. On landing within the college, they meet Marlo (Kainaat Arora), Rose (Maryam Zakaria) and Mary (Bruna Abdullah), the 3 wealthy sex sirens from the college. Amar, Meet and Prem get easily attracted for the special gems, but get shock of the lives when they're accidentally stuck in someone’s sudden dying. Who is some someone? What happens next? It will form the rest of the story. For the complete story you must watch the movie on silver screen…
Coming to the analysis of the movie one that easily likes double meaning dialogues and adult comedies, then Grand Masti is a decent outing for you personally. Indra Kumar went one step ahead with that one and managed to get a place to include a few of the boldest double meaning jokes ever in Indian cinema.Because it is pretty apparent in the trailers from the film, Grand Masti isn't a movie which you'll enjoy with the family. The manufacturers have focused more about the comic and vulgarity department than you are on the storyline. As the story from the film is stored like the prequel, it makes no sense at some things. Overall it is below average movie.
Coming to the performances Vivek Oberoi is really a disappointment within the film, because he overdoes his role a tad too much. Kainaat Arora, Marayam Zakaria and Bruna Abdullah showcase their skin a tad too much. Their performance is obvious erotic through the movie. Ritesh Deshmukh takes the crown together with his super funny expressions and amazing dialogue delivery. Visiting the women, Sunali Kulkarni and Manjari Phadnis are apt within their figures. Karishma Tanna shows Genelia D’Souza’s character in the prequel with perfection. Pradeep Rawat, who plays the school principal, is amazing inside a comedy jaunt. Even in the end the vulgarity caused within the moments, the amusing dialogues and expressions could keep you glued for your seats.
Coming to the technical aspects of the movie one needs to praise Indra Kumar’s guts to create a movie full of such vulgar and overdone jokes which have never been displayed in Hindi films. Script is not new and is comparable to Masti. The background music album from the film by Anand Raj Anand isn't that great. The tunes fall apt within the script but fail to produce a lasting impact. Cinematography and editing is up to the objective. The backdrop score is comical and complements the theme from the movie. Production values are good in all areas of the movie.
Lately Bollywood has been opening up for adult comedies and this one is not a sequel but just the title with more dose of double meaning dialogues, extravagant skin show and mindless entertainment. The first half is quite good but the second half is unable to give that same kind of momentum and energy. Still, the overall purpose of providing masala is served thanks to the girls in the film. At the box office, this will be a profit grosser.