Indra Kumar is back with the third instalment of his financially successful Masti series – Great Grand Masti. The movie stars the usual suspects – Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani. Well, they play sexually frustrated married men in the movie. As you have guessed correctly, they are in search of good looking young women who are ready to ‘mingle’.
Riteish, Vivek and Aftab play Amar, Meet & Prem respectively in the film. Amar has a mean mother-in-law. Meet’s wife has a bodybuilder twin brother, and whenever Meet has sex with his wife, her twin brother gets turned on (don’t ask why). As for Prem, he is smitten by his hot sister-in-law. In short, we have heard enough about these creepy men. And one day, these men encounter a beautiful woman (Urvashi Rautela), who is desperate to lose her virginity. What more do they need? But there is one problem – she’s a ghost!
Well, luckily for us, the English language has enough adjectives to describe the film. Is it cheap? Yes. Is it juvenile? Yes. Is it loud? Oh yes. Does it have rape jokes? Plenty! Does it have the sexist remarks directed at women? Well, I lost count! Is this movie ageist? Yes, there are enough jokes on old women.
See the movie stills below!
In one scene, they call an old woman ‘stale bread’. Does it have obscene scenes lusted over mammary glands? Well, there is a busty bai in the film to ‘entertain’ us with those milk jokes! Eww! What about objectification of women? Well, I know how silly that question sounds! In a third rate sex comedy like Great Grand Masti, we expect no less. Does it portray men as being slaves to their male organ? Yes, for the umpteenth time! Does it have gigantic erections capable of lifting a table? Of course, it does! Does it have rhyming dialogues which show how poorly the movie is written? Yes, it has. Does the movie projects classism? Yes, it does. Does it mock disability as it has been the trend of late when it comes to sex comedies in Bollywood? Indeed, it does.
In the above paragraph, we mentioned everything that makes a dreadful movie watching experience. Or in other words, run as fast as could. Don’t waste your money on this garbage! It’s really sad to see Indra Kumar stooping down to this level. Yes, he used to do slapstick in 1990s flicks like Raja and Ishq. But this is next level.
As we all know, Riteish Deshmukh is one of the most talented actors in Bollywood. But he has no qualms in acting in craps like this. We have seen him in Housefull 3 recently. We just feel sad for him and we have no idea as why he feels compelled to do these crap movies one after another.
Speaking of Aftab Shivdasani, talk about a failed career and how desperation makes you do things you don’t want to do. I no longer can imagine him as the Farex baby!
Vivek Oberoi – oh well, I don’t blame him. He has been inconsequential for a long time. Maybe he feels that he needs to do crap like this to save him from oblivion. Can you imagine the fact that this guy debuted in Ram Gopal Varma’s 2002 film Company, for which he won many awards? I don’t wish such a fate on my enemy!
It has several female characters in it. I refuse to address them as actresses, for a reason. It’s very hard to distinguish these women. As we all know, they are all in it for only one reason – titillation in one way or the other.
Urvashi Rautela plays the semi-nude ghost in the film. She’s a former beauty queen as many other starlets in the industry. I have a feeling that she could be a good performer given a chance. Well, movies like Great Grand Masti are definitely not the ideal place to look for it. Hopefully, somebody will educate her. The camera was solely focusing on her football-sized breasts the whole time. To be honest, talent doesn’t reside there.
In short, the movie is nothing but a nightmare which I’d like to forget. Is it possible? No way! So, I would plead my viewers to run as fast as you could. Don’t enter the theatre under no-circumstances, even if somebody offers free ticket and free popcorn.
I hear even the pirated copy has no takers!
My rating? Are you kidding me? A big ZERO!