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Producer: Sumith Singh
Director: N Abhi Enugubala
Music: Mihi Rams
Casting: Sai Ronak, Sirisha Vanka, Shravya, Kasi Vishwanath, Devadas Kanakala, Ram Jagan, Narasimha Raju, Ravi Varma, Chammak Chandra and others
Surya (Sai Ronak) a psychology student who is in the search of his dream girl whom he lovingly calls as angel, on the advice of his superior decides to treat Shruti (Shravya) daughter of Srinivasa Rao who owns fortune 500 company SS Enterprises.
Surya finds Shruti normal, jovial and living happily while others treat her as a mad girl. Surya during his interactions with Shruti comes to known about the shocking developments about Shruti and his angel Akanksha (Sirisha Vanka).
To find out more about them, enjoy Masakkali on silver screen.
Sai Ronak is OK with his performance. He tried hard to get his expressions and emotions right. However he still needs to do a lot before becoming successful.
Shravya is OK with her looks. She got good screen presence but her characterization looked routine. She was just required to behave in a childish manner with only single expression.
Sirisha Vanka is okay with her performance and got average looks. Others like Kasi Vishwanath, Devadas Kanakala,Narasimha Raju, Ravi Varma, Ram Jagan played their roles accordingly.
Mihi Rams's music did not attract anyone. None of the songs are attractive and most of them acted as a speed breakers. His BGM is just average. Editing of Siva Sharani left a lot to be desired. There are many scenes in the film which tested the patience of the viewers.
Cinematography of Subhash Donthi beautified the film. Director Nabi Enugula should have worked on the story before proceeding ahead with the project. Production values are good.
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Director Nabi Enugubla tried to attract with a romantic entertainer. However from the start he ended up testing the patience of the movie lovers. His story is nothing new and the routine story and lackluster narration irritated the viewers.
There is not a single scene worth mentioning. He failed with his story, screenplay and direction which turned out to be pathetic. Within five minutes into the story, viewers looked towards the exit doors.
The film lacked the emotional connect and lacked entertaining and commercial elements to attract viewers. With complete lack of understanding of the film making, Nabi took a huge risk and plunged everyone in the losses.
It is difficult for the makers to recover the making cost of the film as even B,C centers will find it difficult to digest the illogical and lackluster narration.
Masakkali gives immense torture to movie lovers.
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