Housefull 3 Movie Review | Critic Reviews

Housefull 3 Hindi Movie Review

Housefull 3 Movie Review


Total Reviews - 13
Average Rating - 4.1/10
Yes - 4
No - 8
Neutral - 1
Watchable? - 38%

Critic Reviews Housefull 3

  • Gulf News | Review By -Manjusha Radhakrishnan Rating-6/10
Housefull 3 should ideally come with a blanket announcement: If you are easily offended, Housefull 3 is not for you. The key to enjoying this film is not to analyse it. If you over-think it, large parts of this film will be downright politically incorrect.  The tale of three losers with some nifty get-rich-quick-scheme is one of those films that defies logic. As long as you don’t look for sense in this one, you are safe.
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  • News 18 | Review By -Rajeev Masand Rating-4/10
At the end of 2 hours and 14 minutes when the lights came back on, I figured Housefull 3 was tiring but not infuriating like other similar comedies, including the previous installments in the same franchise. If that’s good enough for you to invest precious time and money, then hey, who am I to stop you? I’m going with two out of five.
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  • Rediff | Review By -Sukanya Verma Rating-2/10
Housefull 3's second most remarkable piece of acting comes from an army of CGI ants. To divulge more would be such a spoiler so I'll refrain. Still curious about this hokum? Clearly, sarcasm is not your cup of tea but there's good reason to believe Housefull 3 might be. If only I could say 'enjoy.'
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  • Times Of India | Review By -Meena Iyer Rating-6/10
Housefull 3 teaches you phrases like-- Bahar latakte hain (let's hang out) Bandook ka beta (Son of a gun) and Thandi dawai le le (take a chill pill), etc. Don't pull your hair out, there's lot's more like this. One star in the rating is for Akshay who has mastered this genre. Riteish and Abhishek keep pace with him, as does Jacqueline. So if you just want to LOL—go for it!
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  • DNA | Review By -Sarita Tanwar Rating-6/10
The screenplay is patchy in places. The film takes a long time to take off. Then, in the second half too, there are places where the proceedings dip. Housefull 3 is mad, irreverent and funny. And it has Akshay Kumar's outstanding return to comedy in one of his finest performances. Go for it.
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  • Koimoi | Review By -Surabhi Redkar Rating-4/10
If no-brainer comedies is your thing, you may enjoy this. This tasteless humor may not put a smile to everyone’s faces. The slapstick humor fails to rise above its predecessors and in fact this time around it seems even more limp. Housefull 3 is a no-brainer that can be enjoyed only by fans of Akshay. For people seeking for good jokes, check into one of your WhatsApp groups! A 2/5 for this not-so-housefull of jokes!
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  • Indian Express | Review By -Shubhra Gupta Rating-0/10
Me to brain : leaving you behind for a bit, don’t mind Brain : oh, you are off for one of those, huh? Me, weakly : yes, ‘Housefull 3’ Brain : bye, bye birdy. See ya later, alligator Me : groan. Please don’t use those tired old puns. Brain : humph. Two and a half hours later, we are united again.
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  • India Today | Review By -Ananya Bhattacharya Rating-4/10
Sajid-Farhad's Housefull 3 is entertaining only for its male leads. The story has nothing much to offer in terms of either substance or laughter. There are no rib-tickling moments in Housefull 3; but the actors do manage to get a few spurts of laughter. The film demands willing suspension of belief, and that is understandable given the genre it belongs to, but Housefull 3 does not even check the 'hilarious' box.
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  • NDTV | Review By -Saibal Chatterjee Rating-3/10
Like its central premise - three desperate drifters out to marry a trio of wealthy sisters weave their way in and out of trouble - Housefull 3 is painfully hackneyed and sickeningly silly. But for a slapstick comedy that makes no bones about its lowbrow intentions, being trite and stupid is part of the game. It makes mass consumption easy but does nothing to serve the long-term cause of the genre.
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  • Mid Day | Review By -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-5/10
The pun-ny writer brothers Sajid-Farhad (who have also directed the film) have painstakingly pored over every line of every character to give them all a twist. But they seem to have gotten themselves so caught up in a knot over this that while some lines are genuinely funny, most of them ended up being mere nonsense. This, as we know, happens often when you are trying too hard. Is there a story? Yes, barely.
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  • Hindustan Times | Review By -Rohit Vats Rating-3/10
Though the film has been pepped up by dance numbers, Housefull 3’s major loophole is the repetition of the premise. The focus on the pace works well for the 145-minute film that has a savior in Akshay Kumar. But the director duo could have utilised other actors in a better way.
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  • Bollywood Hungama | Review By -BH Network Rating-6/10
HOUSEFULL 3 has all the constituents of an archetypal Hindi masala movie with hilarity, absurdity, humour, gags and punches in abundance. The film is a madcap entertainer which delivers guffaws, belly laughs and over-the-top slapstick humour in gigantic proportion. If you admire and relish these entertainers, and are passionate about cinema of this variety, then HOUSEFULL 3 is definitely a stress buster for you.
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  • Masala | Review By -Lokesh Dharmani Rating-Meh
If your idea of humour is red ants crawling over a disabled man’s crotch or an old man farting as he mounts a bike or a blind man being asked to jump into a waterless pool, then I have two things for you. You need help,  God bless you.
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cast: 
Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Riteish Deshmukh, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nargis Fakhri, Lisa Haydon, Boman Irani, Johnny Lever, Jackie Shroff, Chunkey Pandey, Samir Kochhar
direction: 
Farhad Samji, Sajid Samji
story: 
K. Subash
screenplay: 
Farhad Samji, Sajid Samji
dialogue: 
Farhad Samji, Sajid Samji
cinematography: 
Vikas Sivaraman
music: 
Mika Singh, Millind Gaba, Sharib Sabri, Sohail Sen, Tanishk Bagchi, Toshi Sabri
produced by: 
Sajid Nadiadwala
language: 
Hindi
genre: 
Comedy, Drama, Romance
run time: 
134 minutes
censor certification: 
U/A

Plot Synopsis
The film is a romantic comedy that revolves around three men who try to convince a father that they are a perfect match for his daughters.