Pritish Nandy Communication Productions’ Masti-Zaade (A) is the story of two sex addicts, Sunny Kele (Tusshar) and Aditya Chotia (Vir Das). While Tusshar falls in love with Laila Lele (Sunny Leone), friend Aditya is head over heels in love with Laila’s twin sister, Lily Lele (Sunny Leone). Laila and Lily are sexy girls who run a sex de-addiction centre. They are daughters of Seema (Sushmita Mukherjee) and U.R. Ashit (Asrani). While Ashit is obsessed with guns, Seema herself is a sex addict. Laila lusts for Sunny Kele and all she wants is to have a good time with him in bed. To make matters worse for Sunny, Laila’s pansy brother, Das (Suresh Menon), also lusts for him. Lily, on the other hand, is soon to get married to Deshpremi Singh (Shaad Randhawa) who is wheelchair-bound. But Sunny Kele and Aditya Chotia are not the ones to give up so easily because it is for the first time that they have fallen in true love.
Does Sunny get his lady love, Laila? And whom does Lily marry?
Milap Milan Zaveri and Mushtaq Shiekh have penned a pathetic story which is crass and embarrassingly obscene and vulgar. The story clearly seems to have been written merely to incorporate double-meaning scenes and dialogues as also to show female anatomy. Mushtaq Shiekh’s screenplay is equally terrible. The entire track of Laila and Lily’s sissy brother is irritating. Equally irritating are the tracks of the wheelchair-bound fiancé of Lily, and of Laila and Lily’s father (Asrani). The screenplay writer’s only aim seems to be to cater to the baser instincts of the audience but rather than succeeding in that, he ends up making the audience feel repulsed because the adult comedy is too much in your face. Laila and Lily and the other female actors are all treated as mere sex objects, which appears reprehensible. Rather than teasing or titillating the audience, the screenplay serves to put off the audience. Milap Milan Zaveri’s dialogues are actually sickening and will often be abhorred by the audience. Of course, the changes carried out at the certification stage are quite evident at several places.
Tusshar just doesn’t look the sex-addict character he plays because he looks too innocent. His performance is so-so. Vir Das often looks like fish out of water in the role of Aditya. His acting is also ordinary most of the times. Sunny Leone fails in the acting department in both the roles but lends a lot of sex appeal by exposing her assets. Asrani has a weak and inconsequential role; he just about passes muster. Shaad Randhawa’s track is hardly comical. Making him imitate yesteryear Bollywood heroes just doesn’t serve any purpose. Suresh Menon is too caricaturish to stand out. Sushmita Mukherjee is wasted. Ritesh Deshmukh hardly adds anything in a special appearance as both, Deep and Babagasm. Gizele Thakral leaves a mark in a special appearance as Titli Boobna. Viveck Vaswani barely makes his presence felt as the boss of Sunny and Aditya. Bruna Abdullah is ordinary in a guest appearance. Others pass muster.
Milap Milan Zaveri’s direction is rather weak. He seems to be under the mistaken belief that like his two heroes, the audience also has only sex on its mind all the time. The viewers would definitely have loved a film which would’ve teased them but this one leaves nothing to the imagination and says and shows so much that it actually becomes repulsive. Music (Meet Bros. Anjjan, Anand Raaj Anand and Amaal Malik) is quite good but there is not a single chart-bursting song. Lyrics (Kumaar, Anand Raaj Anand and Manoj Muntashir) are just about good enough to go with the requirements of the film. Mudassar Khan’s choreography is routine. Sanjay Chowdhury’s background music is commonplace. Sanjay F. Gupta’s cinematography is good. Narendra Rahurikar’s production designing is fair. Abbas Ali Moghul’s action direction is nothing to shout about. Nitin Madhukar Rokade’s editing is dull.
On the whole, Masti-Zaade is an adult comedy which fails to tickle the funny bone and also fails to titillate. Despite abundance of sex, this one will fall flat on its face because it is too obscene and in your face.