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Mastizaade movie review: A non-sensical caper that solely relies on Sunny Leone's skin

Rakesh Jha 29 Jan 2016, 17:17:46 IST
Rakesh Jha

Cast: Sunny Leone, Tusshar Kapoor, Vir Das, Ritiesh Deshmukh, Suresh Menon

Genre: Adult Comdey

Rating: * 1/2 ( 1.5 /5 stars )

Mastizaade comes off as a typically bawdy sex comedy solely aimed at pleasing true genre fans.

Since it's a sex comedy one doesn't expect much of a story but the plot of Mastizaade is quite lame even by the abysmal standards of lameness.

Sunny Leone plays twin sisters -- Laila Lele and Lily Lele (double role). While one loves to play with her ‘puski' (cat), the other appears in ads of a ‘ball-cleaner'. Sunny Kele ( Tushar Kapoor) and Aditya Chitiya (Vir Das) are sex addicts cum ad-makers, with their sole aim in life to bed women.

Lo and behold – enter the Lele sisters and the duo falls head over heels in love with them. As expected, the two also decide to mend their ways.

Soon, Tushar becomes an object of lust (at least in films) for Laila and her gay brother Das (Suresh Menon) who barges later into the scene.

Meanwhile, a wheelchair bound hunk (Shaad Randhawa) appears to marry Lily and what follows next is a predictable and a clichéd sequence of events that will leave you cringing in your seats - in irritation, of course!

The story is incredibly light on plot and it doesn't have anything new to offer.

Mastiizaade offers bountiful of innuendos and suggestive dialogues that may be offending to feminists but might entertain the fans of the genre.

While Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 used sexualised versions of Hindi movies as a plot device, Mastizaade relies on pornography-laced commercials

Besides the routine adult comedy featuring gyrating backsides and skimpily clad woman, there is also a rather heavy dose of crass dialogues like ‘Khada hai baitha hai, lele, dede, Kela. Aapki goti hamare haath me, Santara,” to name a few.

You will also be introduced to some cheeky stuff like coins flying off crotches, mangasms (mind ****) and adverts with a woman pleasuring a car gear.

Notably, even with its abundant dose of  gross humor, some of the stuff in the film is actually funny.

As far as performances go, sex comedies have become routine for Tusshar Kapoor. It seemed like just another for Tusshar where he essays a sex-starved character

However, it is Vir Das's comic timing that stands out as one of the high points of the film. To his credit, Vir succeeds in making  some of the lamest scenes a little enjoyable

Suresh Menon has lately portrayed many stereotyped gay, “aadmi hun aadmi se pyaar” (Partner) kind of roles. His character was both garish and totally unnecessary. Ritiesh Deshmukh's cameo is a major relief in the film we only wish it could have been extended.

The real star of the film, however, is Sunny Leone. She does not have to act. The seductress succeeds in doing what she does best; she titillates and keeps the temperature high, a quality that has won her millions of fans across the world. 

No matter who she is playing, she is always in clothes a few sizes too small, all the better to showcase her physical bounty.

Besides the routine adult comedy featuring gyrating backsides and skimpily clad woman, there is also a rather heavy dose of crass dialogues like ‘Khada hai baitha hai, lele, dede, Kela. Aapki goti hamare haath me, Santara,” to name a few.

 

You will also be introduced to some cheeky stuff like coins flying off crotches, mangasms (mind ****) and adverts with a woman pleasuring a car gear.

 

Notably, even with its abundant dose of gross humour, some portions in the film are actually funny.

 

As far as performances go, sex comedies have become routine for Tusshar Kapoor. It seemed like just another for Tusshar where he essays a sex-starved character.

 

However, it is Vir Das's comic timing that stands out as one of the high points of the film. To his credit, Vir succeeds in making  some of the lamest scenes a little enjoyable.

 

Suresh Menon has lately portrayed many stereotyped gay, “aadmi hun aadmi se pyaar” (Partner) kind of roles. His character was both garish and totally unnecessary. Ritiesh Deshmukh's cameo is a major relief in the film. We only wish it could have been extended.

The real star of the film, however, is Sunny Leone. She does not have to act. The seductress succeeds in doing what she does best; she titillates and keeps the temperature high, a quality that has won her millions of fans across the world. 

No matter who she is playing, she is always in clothes a few sizes too small, all the better to showcase her physical bounty.

Watch Mastizaade only if you have a taste for films based on adult themes that do have anything substantial to offer in terms of any other crucial aspects of entertainment. As for Sunny fans, there isn't much to say anyways, is there?  

 

Watch the trailer here