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Horror can be haunting. It is a lengthy Intriguing Family Horror Film.

Star Cast: Thiruveer, Sangitha Krish, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Kavya Kalyanram, Mirchi Hemanth, Satyam Rajesh, Krishna Teja, Surabhi Prabhavathi, Karthik Adusumilli Director: Sai Kiran


The story takes place in an old neighborhood of a city. Gopi (Thiruveer) is a selfless individual who lives far from his family. He is in love with one of his coworkers (Kavya). Neelam (Sangita Krishna) intrudes on her colleague’s privacy one night when he comes down to his flat.

Neelam, who is Gopi’s neighbor, is in trouble. Her daughter Naziya (Bandhavi Sridhar) scares her after she is possessed by a mysterious spirit. Gopi and Neelam (who live apart from her husband) approach a tantrik to tame the haunted spirit. But their efforts are futile because the ghost, Masooda, is obstinate. Will they be successful in saving Naziya?

Performances: The performances of Thiruveer and Sangita are the highlights of the film. Sangita conveys the anguish of a mother concerned about her daughter’s well-being admirably. Bandhavi Sridhar, who plays the adolescent girl, is gifted. Kavya Kalyanram, the “Gangotri” child artist, is stunning. She will have a bright future if she gets the right kind of role. Subhalekha Sudhakar performs as a mantrik. Satyam Rajesh, Satya Prakash, and others can be seen as well. The artists who have played other characters look natural. Overall, based on performances, the acting goes with the flow.

Technical Divisions: Prashanth R. Vihari’s music adds a creepy touch. Sid Sriram’s rendition of the song is heartfelt. Nagesh Banell’s cinematography elevates the film to new heights. Kranthi Priya is in charge of the art department. Dil Raju, the film’s producer, has released it. Swadharm Entertainment brings the power of righteous values to the table.

What to like? The plot is compelling. The suspense is kept up until the climax. The technical quality elevates the horror elements. The conversations are natural. Sai Kiran, a debut director, tells the story without using gimmicks. The second half is packed with meaty elements. The flashback is fascinating.

What’s not to like? The film is far too long. The first half could be cut down. In the second half, the track that included the character Masooda could have been written better.


Masooda is an enjoyable horror drama. This isn’t your typical horror comedy.

Rating: 3/5

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