Star-casts: Nakul, Sunaina, Pawan, Karunas, Santhanam, Srinath, M S Bhaskar, Raj Kapoor, Santhana Bharathi, Delhi Ganesh, Meera Krishna, Manobala, Tharani and many others.
Production: Kalanidhi Maaran, Kalapathy S Agoram
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues and Direction: RNR Manohar
Music: D. Imman
A simple verdict for this film – ‘Go watch it. Don’t question a lot.. Then you’ll enjoy’ Masilamani has been crafted with more entertaining elements that will easily carry off with appraisals from all centres. Director RNR Manohar marking his debut has added more interesting parts in his screenplay that’s more entertaining. Perhaps, it’s a moment when you will feel it was worth watching for the tickets we paid. You don’t tend to witness an unparalleled show of piece with a far-behind expected storyline. So simple in terms of script, the plotlines have been splendidly blended by Manohar.
Maasilamani aka Maasi (Nakul), a reigning savior of slum-dwellers in his area jumps across the clouds, hits the baddies, brings justice to his people. (Can’t imagine that chubby boy in that role, right?). But the scenario doesn’t prevail for a long time as soon the backdrops are changed. Divya (Sunaina) hailing from a rich family backgrounds attracts him to a greater extent as he falls in love with her at first sight. Precisely, Divya happens to catch him in bad situations of hitting others. However, to win over the heart of this girl he has to first conquer the interests of likeliness from her family members. Will he strike his luck of joining hands with her forms crux of the story.
Nakul has matured a lot from his previous film. Well, the previous ‘Kadhalil Vizhundhen’ had much alike showcasing him in serious characterization. But over here, he has lots to get on with comedy, action and emote to various situations. On the pars, Sunaina does a blissful task on dancing and got more scope to perform. She’s soon to be the heartthrob of Kollywood. Although Santhanam, Srinath add to the humorous parts, it’s MS Bhaskar reigning with best on imitating all the actors of Kollywood. Delhi Ganesh, Pawan have done justice to their roles.
Musical score by Imaan is a highlighting factor as all the songs are quite enjoyable on heeding to. Cinematography by Thiru is much enhanced than Thennavattu where he shook the camera to the extreme.
Manohar has implemented smart moves by protagonist that was appraised every time.
With an interesting screenplay with right mix of comedy, action, romance and sentiments, Sun Pictures has picked the right film in hand.
On the whole, ‘Masilamani’ is a film you can watch without doubting, enjoy watching and forget the logics as you step out.
Bottom – Line: Perfect masala entertainer
Verdict: Can watch it…