Maasi Tamil Movie Review

Maasi Tamil Movie Review

Cast: Arjun, Archana, Hema, Mayilsamy, Kota Sreenivasa Rao, Santhanabharathi, Paandu

Direction: G Kitcha

Production: Kovai Mani

Music Director: Dheena

In Tamil cinema, it has always been a fascination to set the themes based on police officers. The films which feature Arjun as a cop are full of action sequences. In this long list another movie titled ‘Maasi’ has joined the list which does not differ from the other movies of the same type. It has all the elements that are required to entertain action lovers. This film directed by Kitcha is centred around a police officer who is engaged on some kind of mission. He fights with a group of baddies to eliminate them from the society. The film begins with style but the lead actor has to face many challenges to achieve his aim. The film boasts of its cast that include Kotta Srinivasa Rao, Bala Singh, Ponnambalam, Santhana Bharathy, Pradeep Rawat and Dhool Sakunthala among others.

The story of the film revolves around Maasi, a character played by Arjun is a cop specialised in encounters and is a terror for the criminals. He takes an oath to eradicate the criminals Naaga played by Pradeep Rawath operating from Mumbai and Nandha played by Ponnambalam who controls Chennai. What interests one is that a war goes on between Naaga and Nandha. Maasi who steps in has to lose his wife and his mother in the hands of these criminals. In this, there is a political twist also. However, Maasi uses both his muscles and brain to fight with them and achieves his goal.

Speaking about the performance of the actors involved in the film, Arjun is typical in his khaki uniform and is good as always. The actresses have a very limited role to play in the entire movie and all the villains played their part well. Cinematography done by Boopathy was good enough and editing done by Saleem was also quite ok. Dhina’s music was familiar to the audience and stunt by Anal Arasu grabs all attention. Almost everything was predictable in the film.

Rating: 2/5

Verdict: Although the film is nothing different from other movies of such type but can be watched just for time pass.

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