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 Amar’s haunted bungalow, where they run into a ghost, Ragini (Rautela), who is also looking for some ‘action’. 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 Sultan’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 doesn’t score high on innovation, it sure is a fun and hilarious watch.
— Team Indulge