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Housefull 4: Public review, only Akhsay Kumar’s fans say yes to this comedy film

‘Housefull 4’, the most awaited film of the festive season 2019 released in theatres on 25 October 2019. The film released during the Diwali holiday break to cash in on the festive vibes.

Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and Fox Star Studios and directed by Farhad Samji, ‘Housefull 4’ is a funny story about the reincarnation of 3 couples who’ve existed in two times zones – 1419 and 2019. Much like the first three instalments of the ‘Housefull’ franchise, the three boys fall in love with three filthy rich sisters.

The boys try every trick in the hat to convince the father-in-law, played by Rajneet for their rishta. The boys only hope to succeed because the wealthy ladies are their only chance to pay the hefty debt they owe Michael Bhai (Sharad Kelkar). The multi-starrer comedy film also features Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Bobby Deol, Kriti Sanon, Kriti Kharbanda and Pooja Hegde in pivotal roles alongside the Khiladi Kumar.

The makers of ‘Housefull 4’ left no stone unturned to promote the film to the masses. They literally went all out with the train wrapping and media train journey from Mumbai to Delhi with the star cast. The film was extensively promoted on social media and radio channels with Akshay Kumar’s now-viral #TheBalaChallenge. Besides, the much-loved film was in the news (not for best reasons tho) when Director Sajid Khan was accused during the #MeToo movement.

Now that the cat is out of the bag, here’s a quick round-up of the much-hyped film of the year. Did fans laughter their hearts out or cringed at the sexist jokes?

The audience reaction seems to swing between hilarious and outrageous. The film is definitely loaded with sexist comments, ‘typical Bollywood jokes’ and non-sense plotline but on the bright side, the film is a no-brainer entertainment for your Diwali holiday break. The audience is advised to leave logic, rationality and analytical thinking behind as they step into the theatre to watch one hundred and forty minutes of Aksay Kumar’s ‘Bala’ steal the show one more time.

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