Masooda Movie Review

Starring: Sangitha, Thiruveer, Kavya Kalyanram, Subhaleka Sudhakar, Akhila Ram, Bandhavi Sridhar
Director: Sai Kiran
Producer: Rahul Yadav Nakka
Music Director: Prashanth R Vihari
Cinematography: Nagesh Banell
Editor: Jesvin Prabu
Release Date : November 18, 2022

Masooda is a film that has created a good hype with its promos. It is a horror drama with a Muslim backdrop. Read on to see if the film has any juice in it or not.


Neelam(Sangeetha) is a Muslim lady with who lives with her daughter Nazia(Bandhavi). One fine day, Nazia starts behaving weirdly and creates a panic for everyone. Scared with this, Neelam asks the help of her neighbour Gopi(Thiruveer) Then, the situation gets revealed with shocking facts about Nazia. What is Nazia’s issue? What is the reason for her behavior and what is the backstory?


Satyam Rajesh and Subhaleka Sudhakar also do well in their roles. But it is Sangeetha who does well in the film. She is superb as Neelam in the film. She, as a scared mother of a girl, has done so well. Thiruveer is good with his comedy and sincere approach in the film. Bandhavi has also done well in her role and has a lot of talent inside her.

What’s Good

Sangeetha’s performance
Sound Design

What’s Bad

Slow Pace
Predictable Story


Masooda has a very good backdrop. It creates an interesting atmosphere for the audience who are used to watching films with a regular template. Also, Masooda has a very gripping backdrop. Generally in horror films, there is a holy angle related to Hinduism but here in Masooda the film is shown through the eyes of an Muslim family which is the best

One of the major assets of the film is the sound design which is amazing. The camerawork is also astonishing. The pre climax and climax are the ones which are the highlight of the film. The manner in which the director has pulled out performances from the lead cast was good and it is this aspect which holds the attention.

But the film has a slow pace. The makers take forever to enter into the main plot, and this is a big drawback. if they would have edited the film well, the difference would have been even better. But all this is solved in the second half as the film has enough spooky elements that keeps the audience hooked.

Bottom Line – Passable Horror

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