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Masss aka Masilamani (Suriya) and his friend (Premji Amaren), two con-men, meet with a fatal accident when they were returning with money after a robbery. Thereafter, Masss attains the special ability to see ghosts/spirits around him. A Ghost named Shakthi(Suriya) sought the help of Masss and in return it promises to trace the money lost at the time of accident.Written by
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Suriya plays a Sri Lankan Tamil from Canada for the first time in his career. See more »
Where it is said in the movie itself that the ghosts can't enter the temple The actor Premji as a character in the film was able to enter into the shiva temple and then revealed that he was ghost before the temple scene. See more »
The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to remove and reduce moments of strong violence, including stabbings and a woman and a child being set on fire, in order to obtain a 12A classification. An uncut 15 classification was available. See more »
Plot Line : Things get wrong for a conman when he gets deceived by a ghost.
Shortly, "Masss" is totally a one man show performance delivered by Suriya. He is simply electrifying throughout the film. It is Suriya who engages the audience till the climax even though the script is half baked.
But director Venkat Prabhu deserves a applause for trying out a different dimension in Tamil Cinema. Overall, the director could have concentrated more on the screenplay part.
There are equal number of pros and cons in this film. Suriya's performance, Visuals, Twists and Background score are the major positives of the film. The negative part of the film is illogical scenes and old run of the mill concept which was followed in the second half of the film.
The content of the film is mainly intended for kids and family audience. Overall, forget the logics and take your family out to theaters. It could be a watchable entertainer for you.
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