Last week saw the crashing of a overhyped sequel to a ‘Hit’ franchise at the box office – Kya Kool Hain Hum 3. This week again we are put to test our patience and senses with another raunchy ‘porn’ com Mastizaade starring Sunny Leone, Vir Das and Tushar Kapoor (the official porn star of India) 😉
Mastizaade starts off with the ‘flashy’ introduction of Riteish Deshmukh, a self-confessed ‘mastizaada’ (literal meaning of the same as per the dialogue promo – “Jise duniya kehti hai haraamzaada, jise pyaar se ladkiyaan kehti hain ‘aur zyaada’, wahi hota hai asli mastizaada“). Aditya Chotiya (Vir Das) and Sunny Kele (Tusshar Kapoor) two self-confessed sex-maniacs after seeing his antics and his magnetism towards girls, want to become his disciples.
Aditya and Sunny who are thrown out of an ad agency due to extreme sexual content in all their ads, end up starting their own ad agency named ‘XXX’. On the other hand, in order to find a solution for their sexual obsessions, they check into a rehabilitation centre run by the twin sisters (who are sex addicts themselves) Laila Lele (Sunny Leone) and Lily Lele (Sunny Leone again). While Laila Lele is modernity personified, Lilly Lele is a girl with simple values, but, stammers while talking. A lucky draw in the rehab centre wins Aditya and Sunny a trip to Pattaya alongwith Laila and Lily. Amidst all this, Aditya and Sunny land up falling in love with Laila and Lilly respectively. The movie then goes on a spree of double meaning words like Kholde, Daalde, Pakadle, Lele, Kele what not…
In the entire confused plot to bring in more confusion there are few more added characters like Asrani who is Laila and Lily’s father, Sondas (Suresh Menon) the typical filmi gay brother of the twins who also falls in love with Sunny and his ‘Kela’. Then there is Deshpremi (Shaad Randhawa), a wheelchair bound wannabe army man who finds it tough to ‘stand’ on his feet and also the fiancee of Laila. The plot just goes topsy turvy and if you have the patience to go through the entire movie then find out what happens to Aditya and Sunny in the end, do they get the love of their lives, who ultimately gets Sunny Kele between Lily Lele and ‘Son-Das’ and do these ‘mastizaades’ find a solution to their sexual obsessions etc.
Milap Zaveri who had earlier delivered a dud – Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai, loses the plot with this movie too. For an adult comedy this is a very weak effort as one cannot ride an entire movie based on Whatsapp and SMS jokes. The music by Anand Raj Anand, Meet Bros Anjaan and Amaal Mallik is average, the cinematography by Sanjay F. Gupta seems patchy in few scenes, background score is not that great, editing by Nitin Rokade is okay.
Coming to performances none of the actors are upto the mark. These kind of movies will definitely hit Tushar Kapoor’s career. On the whole the movie is another ‘Sleep Fest’… don’t mind if you hear anyone snoring in the movie hall 😉
My Verdict: *