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By Priyanka Khanna, IANS
Thriller-cum-lust triangle "Murder" enjoyed 75 percent collections in theatres across the country during the first five days after its release. However, it now faces competition from Indra Kumar's comic caper "Masti" that stars Ajay Devgan, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani.
"Masti" tells about young couples and their problems. After three consecutive films that were faithful copies of "Unfaithful" and had bored housewives seeking sexual gratification outside of marriage, "Masti" turns the tables and features three young men looking for thrills outside wedlock.
"It's an out-and-out comedy," said actor Ritesh Deshmukh, who plays a hen-pecked husband at the receiving end from both his wife and mom-in-law. It has been given A-certificate because of its "naughty" dialogues.
After the success of Priyadarshan's "Hungama" and Rajkumar Hirani's "MunnaBhai MBBS" last year, expectations are high from the film starring Deshmukh, Vivek and Aftab as the three friends and Ajay as a police officer. Lara Dutta has a small but substantial role.
"Masti" also belongs to the genre of youth-oriented films like Mani Ratnam's "Yuva", Raj Kaushal's "Shaadi Ka Laddoo" that questions the joy of bachelorhood to being married, Arindam Chaudhuri's "Rok Sako To Rok Loh" and Vashu Bhagnani's untitled film.