Housefull 3 :- Average mixture of Farce and Slapstick Comedy
I totally understand what to expect when you are aware that you are going for a slapstick and farce humor. And there were no false promises about this one, we all knew from the beginning that we are going to get a putrid gift from the Sajid and Farhad.
Yes how can I forget Akshay Kumar, I would declare him as a king of Slapstick and Low comedy.
Story, it begins with a Batuk, a rich gujarati fellow with 3 "Sanskaari" Daughters (they go bizzare party after poor batuk goes to sleep though) and all of them are young and ready to be married, but Batuk do not want them to get married as his family history is not that good and he feels it will be a death trap if they ever get married. But one day suddenly his daughters comes to him saying they have boyfriends (Yes they all comes at the exact same time, but hey nobody told that this one will be a smart comedy). So all three of them comes with a proposal that they want to get married to their respective boyfriends and they start to push Batuk to tell them why he does not want his daughter to get married.
Batuk, in a horrible situation realizing there is only one man who could save him from the situation and that is none other then "Aakhri Pasta". This aakhri pasta is having a street food business named "Aakhri Pasta on the London Rasta". So the great Aakhri pasta decides to be a famous baba and make the daughters of batuk afraid by doing false Future telling.
He tells Jequaline that if her boyfriend even dares to put a foot inside the house, her father will die.
He tells Lisa that if her boyfriend even watches her father then her father will die.
He tells Nargis that if her boyfriend even speaks a word to her father, he will die instantly.
Now to support the plot, all three acts like they are disabled. Akshay is disabled by his legs. Ritesh can't see and Abhishek can't speak. And it goes on to a little suspense but you should not care about the story here it is totally senseless as required.
Now does it really make you laugh? Yes it definitely does and it is a mindless laugh riot exactly till the climax, which totally turns the excitement down. It has a forced climax which completely fails to match the mark of laughable stupidity of the story.
Akshay Kumar, this guy rules this space. Nobody can do this one better then him. Thumbs up for him
Ritesh Deshmukh is good, but abhishek.....nah he is not suitable for this type of roles. He clearly seems as casted forcefully and he does not fit in the role at all.
Girls are bearable in shorts, Nargis fakhiri is worst among them but you wouldn't care as nobody goes to see her acting anyway.
Not among the best of Farce or slapstick humor and an ok pass time if you feel uncomfortable in the afternoon heat, you could go for afternoon shows OR if your wife complains that you have not taken her out anywhere since long, you could take her to this one if she is not intellectual. And you to should put your mind at your home.
Overall I would rate this 2 out of 5