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The tongue-in-cheek, slapstick comedy gets the job done - it ensures ample laughs.
No one would go looking for logic in the Housefull franchise, but inspired madness and sublime silliness is definitely worth demanding. No such luck here.
One star in the rating is for Akshay who has mastered this genre. Riteish and Abhishek keep pace with him, as does Jacqueline. So if you just want to LOL-go for it.
The actors involved try their hardest to rise above the material given to them.
While the first half has some laugh-out loud moments, the second half meanders. But the climax, which has some golden moments, wrap things up nicely.
Thanks to the vagaries of the Indian film market and the mystery that is the Bollywood movie watcher, we are faced with Housefull 3, a film that should never have been made.
Housefull 3 is about three Indian heiresses in London. Don't ask me what their names are. These aren't characters. They are props.
We are in the mythical "critics will hate it but audiences will love it" zone, and since the movie aims to be nothing more than a weekend moneyspinner, it is accordingly forgettable and disposable.
As the third instalment of an inexplicably successful franchise, Housefull 3 continues in the same distasteful vein as its predecessors.
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