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Grand Masti review, Rediff gives it 0/5

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Grand Masti review, Rediff gives it 0/5

The makers of Grand Masti have been promoting the film as an adult comedy so we obviously can’t blame them for the non-stop adult humour in it but what we can and should blame them for are a lot of other loopholes.

‘Grand Masti’ features Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani in the lead roles and they are likely to carry forward their characters of ‘Masti’.

Grand Masti, as we know, is the sequel to the 2004 hit movie Masti. Let me take you through the opening scene of this students Amar, Meet and Prem are teaching their juniors how to have a good time at college. So when they say ‘A stands for’, the camera zooms into the girls’ backside and there is a montage of tight close up of girls wearing hot pants and even lesser. As soon as the point is loud and clear they move on to the letter ‘B’ and the director focuses on the women’s chest. The opening scene sets the ball rolling and makes it clear as to what one can expect in the next two hours ten minutes.


Grand Masti is a grand tapestry of trash! If you are going to watch the film, it is automatically assumed that you are brainless to invest your time in such a painful film. I would rather route you to watch blue films which might have a better storyline and more action than you expect here. Since films are a work of effort, I am not giving this a zero! Here’s 0.5/5 for Grand Masti. (

A film like GRAND MASTI isn’t plot-driven. Not at all. And don’t even expect a story here. It’s more about double entendres, [sexual] puns and gags and the writers go bananas to woo the spectator. There’s nothing left for imagination here, nor does it hinge on puerile or kiddish jokes, since the characters indulge in some really naughty play of words. The humor, let me add, may sound provocative, disgusting and offensive, but come on, what are you expecting from a film like GRAND MASTI? On the whole, GRAND MASTI crosses all limits and boundaries vis-a-vis adult humor. This one’s *strictly* for those who relish naughty jokes, outrageous lines and scandalous visuals. (Bollywood Hungama)

Grand Masti is unabashedly gross, vulgar, crass, shameless and fearlessly adult. But for a moment one has to step back from the noise of dissent – from the guardians of Indian culture and their histrionic fatwas – and ask yourself one simple question: Who are we to choose for others? Bollywood’s foray into the genre, I suspect, is here to stay. Be prepared for many more Grand Mastis, just remember the choice is yours. (Mumbai Mirror)

“The promos of the film suggest that it’s going to be a story of unfaithful husbands who get into some deep troubles during their sexual escapades.”Ok, the film is actually what was promised in the trailers. #GrandMasti is raunchy from the first sequence. #GrandMasti is full of double meaning dialogues. This film is much ahead of other adult comedies.
“#GrandMasti has just one motive that is to evoke laughter via double meaning dialogues. In good sense or bad sense, #GrandMasti is going to push the envelope for Bollywood adult comedies.”The second half of #GrandMasti is lethargic. At least the audience deserve a well made film. #GrandMasti is expected to finish at a similar note than Masti. Pradeep Rawat does over the top acting. #GrandMasti is illogical and mindless but as per the trailers. It redefines the adult content of Bollywood.” (IBNLive)

Here are the Ratings:
The Indian Express Ratings:0.5/5
Bollywood Hungama Ratings:3.5/5
Mumbai Mirror Ratings:2/5
Times Of India (TOI):Ratings:3/5
Rediff :Ratings:0/5

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