Brainless comedy is fine when it is for once, or twice but Four! Though the housefull franchise has been a great hit among the Indian audiences, this fourth installment has proved to be the biggest flop among the others. With homophobic dialogues and sexist comments, Housefull 4 is utter nonsense for a hundred and forty-five minutes.
In keeping with the theme of the first three installments - Housefull 1, 2 and 3, Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Bobby Deol, Kriti Sanon, Kriti Kharbanda and Pooja Hegde-starrer is a hundred and forty-five minutes of non-sense.
The plot begins with introduction of the boys in their present-day avatar in 2019. Akshay (Harry) is in love with Kriti Kharbanda (Neha), Riteish (Roy) is in love with Pooja Hegde (Pooja) and Bobby (Max) is in love with Kriti Sanon (Kriti). That these women are filthy rich, and marrying them would help the men pay off a hefty debt they owe Sharad Kelkar (Michael Bhai) is a mere coincidence. They meet their prospective father-in-law, Ranjeet (Thakral) and after much deliberation, convince him for the rishta.
But it has to be a destination wedding, to decided by the 'khandaani gola' - which picks (out of all places in the world)-Sitamgarh. Why? To take the story forward. The gang lands up in Sitamgarh, book a heritage resort for the wedding, and start dancing around pillars this time instead of trees, for variety's sake. What follows next is a story without any structure (and comedy).
Additional characters like Rana Daggubati and Nawazuddin Siddiqui are an eye candy for the film, to make sure that the audiences fall into watching the film for any reason possible.
Leaving your brain and watching the film is fine, but even after that if the movie fails to impress you then probably don't watch it. Which is exactly our review for Housefull 4. Instead take your family to watch Saand ki Aankh which has clashed with the release of Housefull 4.