Housefull 4 Movie Review – Comedy Blast Packed In a Great Storyline

housefull 4
housefull 4

Story – 3.5 out of 5
Acting – 4 out of 5
Overall – 3.5 out of 5

Housefull franchise has always been the emblem of comedy, masala and AKSHAY KUMAR. Since it first came out, all of these have been delivered with perfection, though in varying ratios. With this year’s Diwali 2019 release, Housefull 4 came out with a great sense of comedy, Twice the Akshay Kumar and four times the fun.

The latest released Bollywood movie, Housefull 4 is about a man who has dreams from his past life, about 600 years ago. The movie is about marrying the love of their life. He and his brothers reach India with the girls. Now the series of events that start taking place from here is what tickles your funny bone.

What is so good about Housefull 4 movie?

The first being Akshay Kumar aka Harry aka Bala.
Next in the line is the storyline – This is much better than the second and third installments in the franchise.
Johnny lever – the way he plays all the characters says so much about him and his acting skills.
Chunkey Pandey is yet another reason to watch this film.
The brothers, Ritesh and Bobby have done extremely good at their part but Ritesh still shines. Sorry but that’s our more love for him.
Dialogue delivery by the entire star cast and the way director Farhad Samji has directed this movie speaks a lot about the movie.

By the time, we reached the first half, this what we had to say –

Did we not like anything about the movie, Housefull 4?

Yes, there were a few things in the movie that could have much better but overall, we will forbid ourselves from saying that we did not like the movie or any other thing in particular about the movie. For instance, the villains of the film – Gama & Suraj Bhan Singh could have done much better if they had more screen presence. But considering the storyline, it doesn’t look like that we should complain.

Another thing was the presence of Nawazuddin Siddiqui. If only he had been present more on the screen then or would have appeared in the end or during the climax, it would have looked a bit more exciting.
After the movie was over, we came out saying this on Twitter –

The first half was much better than the second half but it was only Akshay Kumar that kept us going. Overall, Bravo Zulu to Akshay and the team.

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