GRAND MASTI- MOVIE REVIEW
This Friday release was not a much awaited one of course but the crazy promotions have said out loud what the movie has to offer. Grand Masti, the sequel of the 2004 hit flick Masti, directed by Indra Kumar is an adult comedy and is definitely not meant for the minors.
The promotions and posters make it very clear about the genre of the cinema. The star cast of the movie includes Riteish Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani, Vivek Oberoi, Bruna Abdullah and Karishma Tanna. The 3 young crazy lads are past college students and had a ball in their old times. But later on all the 3 men tie the holy knots losing their freedom and the liberty to eye on other women. Their lives becomes annoying and each one has a weirdly different complain every day. The sex life is pretty much dull and the women of their lives have no time to make puppy love. That is where the frustration begins.
A fortunate event occurs in the lives of these 3 men when they are left strayed to attend their college reunion. We can’t say much what happens next. All we can say is leave your brain at home when you watch this flick. Grand Masti is very close to mild adult movie and has got all the essence of wilderness. Most of the scenes in the movie disturb the audiences as it is hard to hear the double meaning jokes and shots.
From the obnoxious beginning till the detestable end, this movie is not one bit of healthy humor. Sadly, Grand Masti is cheap and not funny. There is a thin line between the two words but the director missed it out. All it offers is a dirty picture with obscene scenes.
This film will make you uncomfortable at many times. People, don’t expect just masti in this movie. Though the movie is grand, as it highlight in its title, but not praiseworthy.