Masooda Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Masooda Movie Review: Producers like Rahul Yadav Nakka are hard to come by. He previously directed the films Malli Rava and Agent Sai Srinivas Athreya, and is currently working on a new project titled “Masooda.” Making a horror film now requires a lot of guts because they are so uncommon. People paid attention to the teaser and trailer for “Masooda” because they were unconventional.

Masooda Movie Review


Nazia, a seventeen-year-old girl, plays a central role in the horror drama Masooda. Her mother, Sangitha, seeks the counsel of their fear-phobic next-door neighbour Gopi (Thiruveer). However, after visiting “Peer Baba,” Nazia’s behaviour changes and causes conflict between Gopi and Nazia’s mother. Her odd demeanour leaves many questions unanswered, and during the trial, they find out that she is a girl named Masooda. At last, who exactly is Masooda? In the film, the question of what happened to her in the past is central.

Cast & Crew

It was directed by Sai Kiran and starred Sangitha, Thiruveer, Kavya Kalyan Ram, Subhaleka Sudhakar, Akhila Ram, Bandavi Sridhar, Satyam Rajesh, Satya Prakash, Surya Rao, Surabhi Prabhavathi, and Krishna Teja. Nagesh Banell shot the film, Prashanth R. Vihari composed the score, and Jesvin Prasad edited

Movie NameMasooda
DirectorSai Kiran
Music DirectorPrashanth R Vihari
ProducerRahul Yadav Nakka
GenreHorror Drama
CastSangitha, Thiruveer, Kavya Kalyan Ram, Subhaleka Sudhakar, Akhila Ram, Bandavi Sridhar, Satyam Rajesh, Satya Prakash, Surya Rao, Surabhi Prabhavathi, Krishna Teja
CinematographyNagesh Banell

Movie Verdict

Once a popular and successful subgenre, horror has since faded away as audiences seek out fresher material. Masooda is not your typical horror story, which is why it has been successful in its attempt to revive the horror subgenre. The film’s tone and story quickly pull you into Masooda’s world after a seemingly ordinary beginning.

Dramatic tension built up in the first act as Gopi and Sangeetha tried to treat Nazia’s illness with conventional medicine and Peer Baba. The suspense created by those scenes was excellent, and it kept the audience engaged throughout the first act. Once the second act begins, the film immediately becomes intriguing by peeling back all the layers and gradually revealing the twists, which keeps you riveted throughout.

Sai Kiran set out to create an original horror film, but instead he created the best horror thriller of all time. His style as a filmmaker manages to immerse viewers in the story and evoke strong reactions from them.

Masooda’s technical quality is high despite the film’s low budget. Everything looks great thanks to Nagesh Banell’s cinematography, and Prashanth R. Vihari’s creepy score, which features a wide range of instruments.

When it comes to horror films, Masooda ranks up there with the best of them.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Background Score
  • Cinematography

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration

Rating: 3/5

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