Alekya Ettaboina July 24, 2015

Mumbai, July 24: Masaan movie review, audience response of Hindi film directed by Neeraj Ghaywan is here. Star Cast Richa Chadda in female lead broke out in few moments of Bollywood movie.

Neeraj Ghaywan a debut director of Masaan offered realistic picture of the two-faced society that we live in. This is a movie about four lives that intersects along the river Ganges and it is more of an emotional journey. Bollywood movie directed by Neeraj Ghaywan has several key moments swirl around the Ganga. Story revolves around four characters in a small town and finally ends up with a happy title.

Masaan – A Quick Look

Movie Title :  Masaan (A)
Release Date :  24th July, 2015
Production House :  Drishyam Films, Phantom Films
Movie Genre : Drama
Tagline :  A Celebration of Life, Death and Everything in Between
Running Time :  1 Hr 49 Mins

Masaan Movie Review

Neeraj Ghaywan who previously assisted Anurag Kashyap on “Gangs of Wasseypur” delivered stories about two separate people who are struggling to overcome societal pressures. The Bollywood movie was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The story of movie revolves around four characters in small town intersects along the Ganges. The movie follows two separate stories arcs that eventually converge.

Cast and Crew

Starring: Richa Chadda, Vicky Kaushal, Sanjay Mishra

Direction: Neeraj Ghaywan

Music: Indian Ocean

Cinematography: Avinash Arun Dhaware

Edited by: Nitin Baid

Storyline in Brief

Neeraj Ghaywan delivered two different stories, the first of these about a daughter who is harassed with fault of a sexual encounter and an unlucky father fading with morality. The second narrative concerns about the love story between a low class boy and upper class girl. The film won first prize at Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section and also secured promising Future prize for debut films.

Audience Response

In his debut film director Neeraj Ghaywan captured about the unique character of town Kashi which has been struggling with life and death for centuries. Masaan is a beautiful balanced film of both joy and sorrow. Directed delivered his first movie with first love, tragedy, struggle, hope, untarnished, unadulterated with a pinch of salt.

Characters of movie are the plus point to it. Ghaywan’s debut film will break your heart at the end and makes you smile a teary smile.

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