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Alright, here we go. A one, a two, aaaaand, tada, Sunny Leone, she of the plentiful bosoms, top-coating a film which calls itself, gladly, a sex com to beat all sex comedies.
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So would we say we are to get a bouncy, squishy, gasping, move on-the-floor, ascending till-the-housetop fun fest?
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Having endured two hours of constant roughness, I am sorry to learn you that there are scarcely over two giggles in ‘Mastizaade’. The claimed “masti” is sasti to the point’, ‘that you are left recoiling as opposed to laughing out loud.
Sunny Leone assumes a twofold part, passing by the name of Laila and Lily. One plays with her pusski, otherwise known as, feline. The other is a balls-cleaner, i.e, she cleans round, circular items with a material. The surname is, yes, Lele. (Photographs: Mastizaade motion picture survey in pics: There are scarcely over two snickers in this Sunny Leone film)
This gives the script an all-unmistakable go to bung in rhyming jokes, and a name. Tusshar Kapoor is called Sunny Kele. This allows the scriptwriter to display puerile lines about bananas. ‘Coz a “kela” is not an organic product. It is, yes, you got that. We get the unassuming ba-na-na including in numerous scenes– peeled, unpeeled, yellow, green: for variety, out pop water hoses, and other lengthened things which look like, yes, yes, we know you know.
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Out come the standard, dull lines about ‘lena’- and-‘dena’: aside from whatever remains of the cast utilizing these words at regular intervals, we get a pneumatic doll standing out each possible spot with surgically upgraded expansions, talking of ‘loongi, and doongi’. Hear it for ladies, yahoo.
Body parts stand and hang. Also, we listen, murmur, ‘khada hai, baitha hai’. Coins jump up from groins and stick in unmentionable parts. That is no less than another one. Goodness, and before it slips my mind, Vir Das plays a fellow called Aditya Chotiya, the surname fitting, definitely, you understood that as well.
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Messers Kele and Chotiya are sex addicts. Yes, that is the means by which it rolls. Furthermore, Misses Laila and Lily (the best way to separate between the two is that one wears glasses; the container size, straining at jib, is indistinguishable) are close by, ahem, to cure them.
Into this blend turns up a wheelchair bound hunk (Shaad Randhawa) whose working over the-waist is, self-confessedly, absolutely all together. What’s more, Asrani, as a white-haired, rifle-clad I don’t what, and Sushmita (who was additionally in a week ago’s ‘Kya Kool Hain Hum 3’) I would prefer truly not to know. Suresh Menon is made to play the sort of odd gay personification who nibbles his lips, and drudgeries his butt, and makes the faintest possibility of giggling become scarce.
Characters travel every which way, ha. Riteish Deshmukh has a bit part, goodness yes. He discusses man-gasms, when he talks by any means. In the rest, he goes beep-beep. Which is really a keen thing: an entire film loaded with beeps would be superior to this relentless gushing of words and expressions that would shake pure pre-high schoolers, and past-it fifty or more year olds who’ve quite recently found the presence of porn recordings.
What’s more, yes, that conveys us to Sunny Leone, whose solace with her body excellent is probably the sole purpose behind this film to exist. She is exquisite, this lady. Be that as it may, the minute she opens her mouth, she’s quite exhausting. Could bareness be as dull-as-ditchwater? Yes, when that is all there is. She is made to say: ‘sambhal ke rakhna Mr Kele kyonki aa rahi hai Laila Lele’. Teeth, grind. Whatever happened to the savvy young lady underneath all that skin?
Not groan, since that would be the sort of sound this film ought to support. However, moan.
Star cast of Mastizaade: Sunny Leone, Tusshar Kapoor, Vir Das, Suresh Menon, Asrani, Viveck Vasvani, Sushmita Mukherjee
Executive : Milap Zave