Great Grand Masti
Director: Indra Kumar
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Riteish Deshmukh, Aftab Shivdasani, Urvashi Rautela
Director Kumar decided to include a ghost in his third installment of adult comedy franchise, Masti. The result is forgettable. Here, Prem (Shivdasani) and his friends, Meet (Oberoi) and Amar (Desh-mukh) are fed up with their marriages. This takes them to Amara��s haunted bungalow, where they run into a ghost, Ragini (Rautela), who is also looking for some a�?actiona��. Replete with double entendres and banal references, this one is a dud.
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Cast: Salman Khan, Anushka Sharma, Randeep Hooda
Salman Khan-starrer Sultan has earned more than `200 crore since
its Eid release, making it the highest grossing Bollywood film ever. Set in Haryana, the film is about Sultan Ali Khan (Salman), who falls in love with a wrestler, Arafa Hussain (Sharma) who is an Olympics-aspirant. Many twists and turns later, we see Sultan competing at the Olympics. Salman shines in the scenes depicting Sultana��s emotional downfall, though his Jat accent is a bit too laboured. Sharma and Hooda lend good support. Definitely an entertainer.
Life Of Pets
Director: Chris Renaud , Yarrow Cheney | Cast: Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart
The film revolves around the premise that pets have a colourful life after their parents leave for work or school. Max (Louis) a spoiled terrier and Duke (Stonestreet), a ferocious canine, embark on an adventure when they are mistakenly rounded up to be taken to the pound while on the streets of New York. While the film doesna��t score high on innovation, it sure is a fun and hilarious watch.
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