Master Piece Movie Review
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- Manju Mandavya
Yash has delivered consecutive hits, and he is already a well-known star in Sandalwood. Now, his much-hyped venture Masterpiece has hit the screens. The trailer of the movie was promising. Well, how has the film turned out? Read more to know.
Yash is a local baddie. However, his mother Suhasini obviously doesn’t like his rowdyism and want him to be well-educated, like any other mother. In fact, she visualizes her son to be someone like Bhagat Singh. But Yash is against his mother’s wish and wants to achieve success through hook or crook. Through his baddie role, Yash manages to climb the ladder of success. This gains the attraction of Achyuth Kumar, who is a politician. What happens next? Does the movie go in predictable lines? Watch it to find out.
Yash lifts the movie through his exemplary performance, and he should be appreciated for bravely taking a negative role at this point in his career. Yash shines in the movie through the action sequences, dance, and dialogues. Shanvi Srivastava looks pretty in the movie and shares a comfortable chemistry with Yash. There is no doubt that Suhasini is a great actress, and she fits the role of Yash’s mother to the T.
Are you expecting for an outright commercial entertainer? Then Masterpiece is the right film for you. It has all the essentials of a masala entertainer. Manju Mandavya, the director, has helmed direction after a year and Rangan, which was the earlier movie of the director, worked at the box office. Obviously, the expectations are high for this movie. And it is apt to say that this movie has worked in the safer zone; the director has relied on the commercial aspect of the movie. Also, the movie has streaks of patriotism. After the interval, the movie goes on predictable lines.
1. The characters of Yash and Suhasini add luster to the movie.
2. V Harikrishna’s music and background score are outstanding. He has done an excellent job with all the five numbers.
3. The first half of the movie will keep you hooked to the seats.
4. Chikkanna’s comedy is one of the highlights of the movie.
What’s not there?
1. The film seems to entirely bank on the mass appeal of Yash.
2. The movie lacks some magical elements that you would expect from a Yash film, after watching his previous hit ventures.
Masterpiece is a treat for Yash fans.