Producer: Sameer Nair, Aman Gill, Ashok Thakeria, Anand Pandit and Sri Adhikari Brothers
Claps for: The ‘Masti’ boys, and a few jokes!
Slaps for: Everything else
Even though the makers of such comedies advice their audience to leave their brains at home and come for the flick, a normal human mind just cannot stop thinking- even if the director and scripwriter failed to do so.
So here’s what I was thinking while watching director Indra Kumar’s ‘Great Grand Masti’:
1. So the movie starts with two over-actors whose motive is to let us know that the “haveli” is haunted and should not be entered at any cost. Hmmm...
2. And here come the ‘Masti’ boys- Riteish, Vivek and Aftab. Oh yes I loved them as Amar, Meet and Prem in the previous two installments, and just cannot wait to see their bromance along with some more rib-tickling adult jokes!
3. Okay. So Riteish is married to this television hottie Puja, while Aftab is married to that ‘Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji’ chick Shraddha Das. Nice...
4. Oh and Vivek’s wife (Mishti) is that girl who was there on the big screen before the movie begun- “Vicco turmeric...nahi cosmetic...Vicco turmeric ayurvedic cream!”
5. Hahaha! Riteish’s introductory scene is funny. Like ‘Masti’, once again the two problems of his’s life are his hot wife (who doesn’t sleep with him) and his khadoos mother-in-law. *This is gonna be as awesome as ‘Masti’ bro...fingers crossed*
6. 5 minutes into Sanjai Mishra’s ‘Antakshari Baba’ sequence and no one has even giggled. Well, looks like the talented actor is going to get wasted this time. *facepalm*
7. Wow! I am completely loving the VFX used in this movie. Indra Kumar takes ‘face-swap’ to a different level by swapping Puja’s face with her mother, and vice-versa. *Being Sarcastic, because they aren’t Being Human to us and our brain cells*
8. And here comes Prem...Aftab Shivdasani! No one invokes laughter better than him and that wide grin on his face.
9. His problem: his hot saali; and how neither can he sleep with his wife, nor can he do anything with his sister-in-law.
10. Yay! Viveik Oberoi is here. And he is, as usual, flawless and at his comic best.
11. OMG! His introductory scene is the worst amongst the three. Why? Because his saala has a ‘Judwaa’ connection with Mishti.
12. Indra Kumar ji, David Dhawan won’t be proud of you. Because none of us laughed!
13. There’s Sonali Raut too. And she is playing a maid named Shiney. Ahem...well played there!
14. Wait a minute! A minute ago she was playing a maid... And now, she is dancing on an item number and seducing the three men as a glam-doll.
15. “Kyunki Babe Bhi Kabhi Baai Thi” maybe?
16. The three are frustrated due to lack of sex and decide to go to Doodhwari in order to sell Riteish’s haveli, earn huge bucks and do ‘Great Grand Masti’ with “gaon ki gori”.
17. Okay, the production value has gone down. Wasn’t it supposed to be Great than ‘Grand Masti’? It’s neither Great nor Grand.
18. No matter how bad the movie is shaping up, these three boys are truly the saving grace. And yes, the jokes will surely leave you smiling.
19. Location: Doodhwari. And here comes comedy man Sudesh Lehri. He is funny as the third Ramsey brother. But what is he doing in this movie?
20. Okay, he is here to narrate the story of the ghost that resides inside Deshmukh’s haveli and why all that she wants is a “suhaag raat”. And as expected, one of them gets suspicious while the other two laugh it off.
21. Enter Urvashi Rautela. She is hot. Cleavage. But she cannot act.
22. So now the three are trying their best to win her heart and sleep with her.
23. Song time! Enter Urvashi Rautela. She is hot. Cleavage. But she cannot act.
24. Oops! The three find out that she is a ghost and try to run away, but fail.
25.Achaa...all that this hot chudail wants is ‘Masti’ from one of the three in order to free her soul. However, that also means death for the one who agrees to sleep with her.
26. Interval. Phew...
27. Hahaha! The Viagra sequence post interval was hilarious (including the piano scene). Oh, and Mr. Director shows his creativity once again by using the stainless steel glasses to indicate erection.
28. Enter Urvashi Rautela. She is hot. Cleavage. But she cannot act.
29. BTW, she is the most fashionable chudail in the history of Hindi cinema. Never imagined a spirit to have her own wardrobe collection, filled with plenty of bikini blouses that do not leave much to imagination of the target audience of the movie.
30. Aftab has another “idea”. He calls Doodhwari village’s famous gigolo Babu Rangeela in order to trick him into having sex with Ms. Rautela.
31. Oh wait, that gigolo is none other than Sreyas Talpade. Nice to see him on-screen after such a long time!
32.Oodi Baba! The three wives are also here. Why? Because Karva Chauth, bitch! *bhaartiya naari angle*
33. And if you thought Shreyas would be fun, then my sympathies are with you! He gets killed.
34.Log kutte ki maut marte hain, yeh toh chicken ki maut mar gaya!
35. Urvashi possesses the three boys turn-by-turn to send their wives back after molesting each one of them.
36. And i just turned around to look if there’s any feminist in the theatre getting ready to breath out fire.
37.Arre yaar! Kitna stretch karogey? The wives are back. And this time, with Riteish’s mother-in-law, Viveik’s brother-in-law and Aftab’s sister-in-law.
38. Ouch! Viveik, Aftab and Riteish try to make out with Usha Nadkarni, mistaking her for Rautela disguised as Riteish’s saas. Can’t decide to whether to laugh or to stay mum...
39. And it’s time for the compulsory emotional angle where the three boys realize that their wives are great and deserve loyalty, respect and love. *Obligatory Dil De Diya Hai Tune*
40. Climax time. Enter Urvashi Rautela. She is hot. Cleavage. And for the last time- she cannot act!
41. Ab climax bhi padhoge kya? Leave something for your eyes to watch!
VERDICT: The movie lives up to its expectations of being vulgar and funny, and most of the jokes will leave you in splits along with wonderful performances by Riteish, Vivek and Aftab- thereby quenching the thirst of its target audience. Hence, we give the movie CLAPS. But yes, do not expect it to be a cinematic experience with a tight script or awesome direction. Just don’t!