Telugu, Marathi
Jan, 2009
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Starring Ram, Hansika Motwani, Mukesh Rushi, and Sheela, Maska is a story that dabbles in love and politics. While two politicians fight it out to win the coveted seat, things get personal to the extent of tracking down families to malign. Meanwhile a young man is wooed by two beautiful women, who unknown to themselves, happen to be related to each other. Directed by B Gopal, Maska, as the name suggests, touches on the art of smooth talking.
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As you exit the cinema hall, you cannot help but feel amused at how ingeniously the director Priyadarshan Jadhav has fooled you. You are already looking forward to the second part of this movie. But we will get to that point a little later in this review. The movie starts unfolding in a modest house where a couple is trying to nurse a specially-abled child. It makes you wonder if the theme is like the award-winning movie Kaccha Limbu. But almost immediately, the director breaks this misconception after he establishes the characters of these three as con artists Maya (Prarthana Behere), Yadav (Shashank Shende) and Chiku (Pranav Raorane). ...Read full review
Con movies are part of a genre in which some of the characters are trying to fool the rest of the characters, but the film gets structured in a way that the audience is kept guessing about who the real perpetrator is and who the real victim is. The narratives are usually structured like puzzles presented in a fun way. We have rarely seen the genre attempted in Indian films, though its not entirely uncommon. ...Read full review

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