Massu Movie Review

Suriya and Premgi are small time crooks, in the Royapettah area. Nayantara is Suriya’s neighbour, who is working as a nurse at a hospital and is aiming to become a permanent employee there but needs a lot of money to bribe the dean. As Suriya and Premgi don’t earn much through their petty thievery, they resort to impersonating Customs employees and make off with a huge sum of money from a gang, which had stashed their cash aboard a ship. When the gang comes to know that they have been duped by Suriya and Premgi, they set out to recover their money at any cost. In the ensuing chase, the car carrying Suriya and Premgi meets with an accident and the gang believes Suriya and Premgi to be dead. However, the duo escape and after treatment for over a week, set off for their house. On reaching their house, Suriya starts experiencing paranormal activities in it and also finds that he is being followed by a gang. Not knowing what is happening, Suriya is left confused and not everything around him seems to be normal… So, what has changed around him? Who is the new gang chasing him? Will the old gang he stole from, continue believing he is dead? What happens to the stolen money? Will Nayantara be able to cement her job? Watch Masss to know…

Through his earlier five directorials, Venkat Prabhu has ensured that people have a lot of expectations for his movies. Similarly, the expectations and buzz surrounding Masss have been reaching new heights with each passing day. A perfect commercial entertainer with supernatural elements added to it, make for some entertaining viewing… Suriya has once again showed that he is a versatile actor and carries the movie on his shoulders. Nayantara and Pranitha, though not having much screen space, shine through in the scenes they are a part of. Premgi has done a very good job and the extra effort he has put into this movie, shows. The extended support cast comprising actors like Parthiban, Samuthirakani, Karunas, Sriman and others have all played their parts well. Yuvan’s BGM score is impressive and the songs are pleasant. RD Rajashekar’s cinematography and KL Praveen’s editing have made the scenes colourful and crisp.

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