Strictly for adults!!!!
'Masti' in 2004 was one movie that had adult-humor at its peak and it worked wonders. Now, the original team is back after nine long years and they promise that the Masti this time is even more 'Grand'.
SLUTS (Shree Lalchand University of Technology and Science) college has three sexually obsessed students Amar (Riteish Deshmukh) Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) and Meet (Vivek Oberoi). The three who have made a vulgar version of 'ABC' - A for As_, B for B_ _b are proud of imparting their knowledge to the juniors before passing out. Principal Robert (Pradeep Rawat) changes the college scene by hanging Hardik (Suresh Menon) on the tree and pulls his pants down.
Six years later Meet is married to Unatti (Karishma Tanna) who spends more time at office and work than with her husband. Amar has a little baby named Pappu who has come between him and his wife. While Prem is married to Tulsi who is busy doing household chores.
A chance to go for college reunion gets the sexually starved men excited and they start flirting with Rose (Maryam Zakaria), Mary (Kainaat Arora) and Marlow (Bruna Abdullah). However Rose, Mary and Marlow are all related to Principal Robert and now Robert is on a mission to catch them red-handed.
Music by Anand Raj Anand compliments the movie, especially the title track.
Aftab Shivdasani is terrific and he is back in form after a long hiatus; in fact he really stands out in the crowd. Vivek Oberoi is good, he has a funny side to him that he should explore more often in movies. Riteish Deshmukh has done three movies in the same genre so his performance is repetitive.
Out of the three wives, Manjari is the only one who is okay, in fact Rose, Mary and Marlow have meatier roles than the biwis. Marayam Zakaria is decent, Kainaat keeps flaunting her 'doodh ki factory' and Bruna is likeable. Suresh Menon is funny and Pradeep Rawat delivers the 'famous quotes' well.
Indra Kumar decided to make the movie after nine long years and this time he has the young and talented writer team Milap Zaveri and Tusshar Hiranandani on his side. Milap and Tushar write some hilarious scenes and situations, however, the two even borrow openly from Austin powers and also the 'Rose Mary Marlow' joke. Editor Sanjay Sakla does a good job.
'Grand Masti' is not for the intellectual cinema goers. It is just an adult comedy or as many may say vulgar humour. There is nothing in the movie that spells sense. From the funny one-liners to the skin show, everything goes overboard. It is a movie for the masses and it would work with audiences who enjoy adult jokes.
So if you are one of them, give 'Grand Masti' a shot.