Director: Indra Kumar
Cast: Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivdasani, Pooja Banerjee, MIshti,Shraddha Das, Urvashi Rautela, Sonali Raut (Cameo),Shreyas Talpade (Cameo)
Music: Sharib-Toshi, Superbia, Sanjeev-Darshan
Amar (Riteish Deshmukh), Meet (Vivek Oberoi), and Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) live unhappy married
lives with their wives-Sapna (Pooja Banerjee), Rekha (Mishti), and Nisha (Shraddha Das) respectively. They are sexually unsatisfied with their wives. They take a break from their boring life and go to Amar’s village to spend their vacations. There is an Amar’s old mansion which is called as the haunted mansion. Amar wants to sell it. They live in that mansion where they meet Shabari aka Ragini (Urvashi Rautela) who is hot and sexy. These three men try to get some fun with her. After a while, they learn that Urvashi is a virgin ghost who wants liberation by having a sexual relationship with one of them. If this happens, they will die. Will Amar, Prem, and Meet survive from Ragini’s trap? To know the answer, you have to watch “Great Grand Masti! “
Critic’s Conclusion- The story is very poor. Also, the script is logic less. The movie can’t evoke any laughter as well. The story is moving forward by cheap and Repetitive WhatsApp Jokes. You will have a headache by watching some silly situations. Each character is irritating and doing mindless things in the movie.
It is the cheapest installment of the franchise. Sexism and Objectification of Woman are becoming over in the movie. The movie passes cheap remarks on women such as biryani, bassi paav (Stale Bread) and so on. Overused dialogues on human body’s private parts are indigestible.
The director can’t make an entertaining movie on this weak story. The second half is more vulgar. There is nothing good about dialogues. The director could make a nice adult comedy movie on the good story. But we can’t keep any hope on Great Grand Masti.
Talking about performances, Riteish Deshmukh saves this sailing ship by his perfect comic timing. Aftab Shivdasani and Vivek Oberoi’s performances along with their expressions are over the top. Nothing special about those actresses’ acting who have played their wives. Urvashi Rautela adds the hotness quotient in the movie instead of her acting. The rest of the cast helps to take the movie forward.
The cinematography is average, same with the editing. The Songs are useless and help to increase movie’s length!
Overall, the movie is not grand as well as great. Also, it can’t make any masti!