Rascals 2011 Hindi Movie Review

Holy sweet mother of Jesus!

What a pile of shit!

Somebody, please take away all the money from Sanjay Dutt so that he can stop making movies on his own. I say this in the interest of mankind because going by his first production venture his benchmark of making utter bullcrap seems really high.

Some movies go down in the annals of history. “Rascals” is one of those gems which will go down in the annals of history.
Then there are some movies that are so bad that they’re actually good. No, Rascals isn’t that either. It’s just plain, downright, super-awesomely bad.

Though I don’t want to bother with the story (was there one?) at best it seemed to be an attempt to remake “Deewana-Mastana”, with the two protagonists trying to one-up each other in the amorous quest of a rich lady. The difference here is that the only thing they manage to one-up each other in seems to be relentless douchebaggery.

The rich lady here is Kangna Ranaut who the two “Con-Artists” want to con into their love. They play a variety of con games but the audience has already been conned into buying a ticket for the film so they hardly needed to put us through the rest of the shit.

A personal word about the performances –

Ajay Devgn, Man? Y U NO DO MORE MOVIES LIKE OMKARA OR GANGAAJAL? I am disappointed.

Sanjay Dutt, Hello Saar, please don’t read scripts or ask people to make movies for you saar. Because saar you have no fucking clue how bad you are messing up with audience’s hard-earned money and their mental health. Only do movies that others make for you. Preferably, come up with the next Munnabhai before you lose whatever credibility you have left as an actor. Thank you saar.

Kangna Ranaut, Nice to see you maddam ji. I see aapne plastic par kaafi kharcha kiya hai maddam ji. Please get one more plastic surgery done. The next time you are at it, get a new face, a new voice, and a new name also. Ok Ji. Thanks!

The rest of the cast includes Chunky Pandey, Arjun Rampal, Satish Kaushik, and Lisa Haydon. I won’t go into the details of their roles since I’m pretty sure they had no fucking clue either what they were doing in the movie.

Lastly, I’d like to ask Sanjay Dutt to give his money to upcoming, hard-working filmmakers who struggle with finances instead of making embarrassing excuses for a movie like this.

Bottomline – Sanjay Dutt, you haven’t made a movie. But you have managed to make a fool out of yourself.

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