Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Ritesh Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani, Urvashi Rautela
Direction: Indra Kumar
‘Great Grand Masti’ is the third in the ‘Masti’ franchise by director Indra Kumar that was launched in 2004. Riteish Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani and Vivek Oberoi are seen reprising their roles. Amar, Meet and Prem are settled down in holy matrimony with their respective loves. Soon, like any normal married couple, they are on the lookout for some private moments with their wife but due to personal problems they are unable to do so.
Fed up with their boring lives, the trio on a lookout for some action descend on Amar’s haveli in Dhoodwadi village. The haveli is haunted by a beautiful spirit(Urvashi Rautela) who like the lead actors is also on a lookout for a night of passion for deliverance from her ghostly existence.
Will the lead actors escape from Ragini’s ghostly clutches? Where will their ‘Great Grand Masti’ end? All these answers lie in the Indra Kumar directorial.
Riteish Deshmukh has given a good performance. Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani though good actors have sometimes gone over the top. Urvashi Rautela has given an amazing performance. The other actresses Shraddha Das, Puja Banerjee and Mishti Chakravarty have a few scenes so could not display their talent. The best was Shreyas Talpade and Sudesh Lehri’s cameos. Special mention should be given to Sanjay Mishra.
The first half is a little slow but perks up in the second half with the entrance of Urvashi Rautela. Inder Kumar has done a good job with the direction. Though the film is replete with double meanings it manages to generate a few laughs. The music of the film is average. The best is the title track and ‘I Wanna Tera Ishq’ which features Urvashi with her killer dance moves.
In a nutshell, ‘Great Grand Masti’ is worth a watch over this weekend.
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