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Urvashi Rautela says that Great Grand Masti is a Family Movie

Urvashi Rautela says that Great Grand Masti is a Family Movie : We all know Grand Masti was full of adult comedy and it’s too embarrassing to see even the trailer with the Family. The audience also anticipated for the sequel which is going to release soon but If anyone asks that whether they could see that movie with their family? There must be a big no from them as the movie has lots of adult comedy which is not a good idea to see with the family.

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But The model turned actress has something to say about the movie to defend it. Urvashi Rautela protected her latest film Great Grand Masti by saying “It’s a family film, and not at all lewd. The film is more inspired by the first Masti film (which released in 2004). The fans can come in with their families and have a great time.”

Urvashi, who had appeared to the B’town with Sunny Deol in Singh Saab The Great, will be playing a virgin spirit and a girlfriend to all three heroes of the film – Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivdasani and Riteish Deshmukh. “It is her first comedy film, and the character she will play forms an exciting crux of the story, she is the soul of the film.” She added.

Asking her about the transmutation from executing a role of a simple wife opposite Sunny Deol to wrapping revealing outfits in her fresh movie and she says, “It’s necessary that each character you play is a little ‘different(hatke)’. My character is the single heroine of the film, but this one was a very different hurdle and a very critical script.”

“As an artistic person, She got the chance to do comedy, action and romance in the single film. To be capable of showcasing her acting tacts in such a role, She has to be grateful to her producers, director and actors for the confidence they showed in her,” the model-turned-actress was cited as saying.

More sensible and minus adult comedy, Let’s see if it will meet with fans expectations.

Great Grand Masti is all set to tickle your funny bones at screens near you on July 22.

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