Masooda Telugu Movie Review: Masooda movie has been released on November 18, 2022. Let us see Massoda Review.
Cast: Sangitha, Thiruveer, Subhaleka Sudhakar, Akhila Ram, Kavya Kalyanram, Bandhavi Sridhar, and Others
Director: Sai Kiran
Producer: Rahul Yadav Nakka
Music Director: Prashanth R Vihari
Cinematographer: Nagesh Banell
Editor: Jesvin Prabu
Masooda Movie Story
Nazia (Bhandhavi Sridhar) and her mother, Neelam (Sangitha), lead a normal middle-class life. They had a good relationship with their neighbor Gopi Krishna (Thiruveer), who is a software employee. Nazia starts behaving peculiarly which leaves Neelam and Gopi in shock. Gopi tells Neelam that her daughter is possessed and there is a need for exorcists. Did Nazia recover? Why she is behaving that way? forms the base plot of the Massoda movie.
Masooda Telugu Movie Review: Positive Aspects
- The makers stayed true to the horror genre
- The movie did not deviate much from its basic plot
- The novelty factor helped the film to a certain extent
- The movie gets interesting after the first half as the actual mystery unfolds
- The pre-climax and climax episodes deliver good chills
- Thiruveer performance is simply brilliant
- Sangita’s performance drives the movie further
Masooda Telugu Movie Review: Negative Aspects
- The first half of Massoda is a tad slow
- The transition from scene to scene is not that good in the first half
- The love track between Thiruveer and Kavya is not effective
- The romantic portion is not relevant to the actual plot, hence these scenes could have been a bit shorter
- The first half portions need some serious trimming
Masooda Movie Review: Technical Aspects
Prashanth Vihari’s background score creates a frightening atmosphere nicely. The cinematography rightly captures the mood of the film. Director Sai Kiran did an okayish job with this movie as his screenplay could have been better.
Concluding the Masooda Telugu Movie Review, Massoda works to an extent of its novelty and genuineness. The performances and technical brilliance give a nice depth to the movie, but the problem lies with the lag in the first hour.