Mastizaade Offers Trite Humor That Will Leave You Angry And Anguished
Introduction: Two $ex addicts fall in love with a pair of twin sisters and try to woo them with their antics.
Plot: Sunny Kele(Tushar Kapoor) and Aditya Chotiya(Vir Das) are two friends who cannot just have enough $ex. However, they soon meet Lily and Laila Lele, the identical twins, who change their view of life and love. Having been smitten by the beauties, Sunny and Aditya follow Lily and Laila to Bangkok and as they try to win over the girls their life turns into a saga of unique adventures and experiences.
Critic’s Review: Mastizaade received mostly negative reviews from the critics, for its vulgar dialogues and extensive skin show. Far from being the daring, paradigm-shifting mainstream movie that Mastizaade was promoted to be, it is just offers a collection of several sultry jokes and crass hand gestures to maintain its image of a $ex comedy. It received an average rating of 0-1 stars out of 5 from critics.
Cast and Directionn: Despite being an well known writer, it is really surprising that Milap Zaveri choose Mastizaade for his directorial debut, especially since the greatest drawback of the movie is the lack of a strong story line and screenplay. As for the actors, Tusshar and Vir have been applauded for their comic timing and Sunny for her stunning beauty, which is her greatest power as an actress.
Why will you watch: You might choose to watch Mastizaade if you enjoy the objectification of women and don’t have any issues about listening to loads of double-meaning dialogues delivered with actions and expressions that are too crude and vulgar for an average movie fan.
Genre: $ex Comedy
Rank: 1.5 Stars
Directed – Milap Zaveri
Produced – Pritish Nandy, Rangita Nandy
Written – Mushtaq Sheikh, Milap Zaveri
Starring – Sunny Leone, Tushar Kapoor, Vir Das, Suresh Menon, Shaad Randhawa
Music – Meet Bros Anjjan, Anand Raj Anand, Amaal Mallik
Production company – T-Series
Release dates – 29 January 2016
Country – India
Language – Hindi