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      2016 1 hr. 59 min. Comedy List
      0% 9 Reviews Tomatometer 0% 50+ Ratings Audience Score Two goofballs fall in love with identical looking women. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member Some filmmakers just choose to sink in a morass of their own making. Milap Zaveri, purveyor of all things infantile and foolish, has for long fallen into that unfortunate category. From Housefull to Grand Masti, his has been a filmography that boasts of hardly any range or texture. Mastizaade turns out to be no more different. Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das, trying to keep a straight face throughout this muddled mess of a film, play two imbeciles who fall irrevocably in love with two Sunny Leone(s). There. I just summed up what I saw in two hours. Is it so hard to make a film with one half-decently written character, one good line of dialogue, one well-constructed scene? Is it so hard, indeed, to make someone laugh? Or does this film just stink of arrogance, a general disdain for the cinema-going public and a desire to set cash registers ringing all over the country by sacrificing basic decency at the altar of expediency? It shall take a while for me to recover from this traumatic experience. Even writing about this film makes me want to retch. Poor Sunny Leone deserves better. And so do we. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/06/23 Full Review Audience Member Day: Wednesday Date: 17 Feb 2016 Time: 10.00 pm With: Noone On: HDTV Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/22/23 Full Review Audience Member India needs serious help when it comes to making sex comedies, in a country that churns out thousands of films a year (the most films any country in the world makes)I literally can count on my fingers how many decent Indian sex comedies I have seen, and frankly speaking that's hugely dissappointing. Last week I saw the very below average sex comedy Kya Kool Hain Hum 3, the same makers pretty much (the same dialogue writers, and script writers) are back this week with Mastizaade. When it comes to sex comedies Milap Zaveri is a pro of sorts, he has written the highly enjoyable Masti series and Kya Kool series (except the the third one) so I went in with some decent expectations while entering the cinema hall to watch Mastizaade, because Zaveri is not only the story writer here,he is also directing the film( his second film, the first was the flops Jaane Kya Se Aayi). Milap churns out hits as a writer, films like Main Tera Hero, Grand Masti, etc have been written by him, but sadly he delivers a very below average film with Mastizaade. Rather than making a novel hilarious sex comedy, Mastizaade is follows the same path as Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 path of having cheap, cringe worthy double meaning dialogues and thats it.The film has almost no story, and the film relies on one liners, and some skin show. The films only upside is that it's better than last weeks Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 in production values,and that actors ham there way through,like professionals in the film unlike the former film. Honestly I would be lying if I said said I didn't chuckle a bit here and there but more on that later. Story wise sex addicts Sunny Kele and Aditya Chotia cannot get 'enough of it'. When the two of them fall for identical twins, Lily and Laila Lele, their lives become an adventure. Acting wise Tushaar is decent and hams well. Vir Das is the better of the two, and shows a lot of spunk. Sunny Leone is in the film to provide a skin show, and she looked extremely sexy throughout the film. Shaad Randhawa was funny, a veteran like Asrani was wasted, and should be have never done this film. Ritesh Deshmukh in a cameo was wasted.Suresh Menon needs to retire from acting he was that bad. Mastizaade is a film made on cheap, cringe inducing one liners and double meaning dialogues. At one point in the film while making a ad film,the films main leads kept on telling the buyers that they will play with there balls, and make sure there balls our in the right hands, like come on seriously, how old are the makers. At a another moment a girls breasts are so large that they stop a lift door, and here name is Titly. I mean jokes like these would make a teen thats 13-14 laugh perhaps,and sadly with A certificate only people 18 or older can watch the film in India aka 18+ viewers have a sex life,so jokes like these just won't cut it. Anyways we get jokes like these filled in Whatsapp messages today so Mastizaade loses any novelty if any. This film is not a patch on the 100 cr grosser Grand Masti . And with a film like Mastizaade I don't even even really except much of a story because the genre doesn't really warrant one, it's just the jokes are so over the top and plain silly. Like it's literally a leave your brains at home film. It's outlandish at times. I am no pseudo intellectual critic, but don't assume I have no brains Mastizaade. However the film isn't all that bad I guess, especially when one looks at the technical aspects of the film. It's shot nicely in Thailand in the 2nd half, the music is humble with rom rom romantic, and hor nach being called chartbusters. The films biggest ace however is Sunny Leone, who can't act if her life depended on it, but in a double role seeing her in a Bikini twice in the same frame is a sight for sore eyes. But honestly she is a porn star do we need to see her in this film to enjoy her beauty if you get my drift. Jokes aside the 2nd half does have a couple of enjoyable laughter moments that help the film from being a complete disaster. Over while Mastizaade is a huge disappointment,but if your in the mood to watch a naughty film this weekend watch Mastizaade rather than Kya Kool Hain Hum 3, actually you know what I'll better that, just stay at home and watch a Sunny Leone porno because that's only reason you wanted to watch Mastizaade in the first place no? Not a recommended watch at all. 2/5* or 4/10 Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Namrata Joshi The Hindu Only question left to ask after two hours: would you call this a film? Jan 2, 2019 Full Review Anupama Chopra Hindustan Times It's only January but I'm willing to bet good money that Bollywood won't make a worse film than Mastizaade this year. Rated: 0/5 Jan 4, 2017 Full Review Pradeep Menon Firstpost All of which make you feel ashamed to exist... Oct 25, 2023 Full Review Rahul Desai Film Companion The problem with folks who throw their weight behind raunchy comedies is that they want to bankroll a state of mind. It becomes more about being bold just for the heck of it. Rated: 0/5 Feb 7, 2019 Full Review Meena Iyer The Times of India Zaveri takes his brain-dead audience for granted and unmindfully dishes out trite, leaving you angry and anguished. Rated: 2/5 Oct 30, 2017 Full Review Shilpa Jamkhandikar Reuters Mastizaade is another example of Bollywood's belief that even if you sink to the depths of mediocrity, there is someone out there who will still come and watch your film. Oct 30, 2017 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Two goofballs fall in love with identical looking women.
      Milap Zaveri
      Executive Producer
      Anoop Ram Kumar
      Mushtaq Sheikh
      Original Language
      Box Office (Gross USA)