Masaan Review

  • 3/5
Everything is good about the film. Except in few scenes the regional language is not clear

Fed up of societal narrowmindedness, Devi And Deepak after encountering various mental pressure and truths in life, overcome the past and embrace the new present to fulfill their dreams in the future. Although these two leading characters (in two different stories) had experienced love and loss in their past lives, the marvellous intersection of them is shown. Whether it's the daughter father relation inspite of anger within self for each other or resentment against corrupt police officer or Devi's father taking care of the small boy or Deepak as a student as well as doing parental work of burning funeral pyres.... is acted so well by the actors as if it's a reality.