Masilamani Reviewby MyMazaa.com
As said old wine in new bottle, SUN Pictures’ 'Masilamani' definitely adheres to this quote. The movie reflects a mix of several masala flicks with a dash of refinement. The ‘Kadhalil Vizhunthen’ pair, Nakul-Sunaina, is back again and has shown considerable improvement in acting skills ever since their first time movie-act.
The story projects the usual flavour of Tamil movie where the hero, Masi (Nakul) is an orphan living in a lower middle class colony. With a heart of gold, he is a popular guy who takes up local issues, fights for them and is considered as a rowdy by those who don’t know him. Enter the heroine Divya (Sunaina), a rich upper middle class girl who is a dance instructor and with whom Masi falls in love at the first sight. But Divya shows aversion to his rowdisam and gets offended with his proposal. Masi doesn’t loose heart and attempts to win Divya’s family by being a goody boy and dons another name, Mani. Except Divya, all are aware that both Mani and Masi is one person. Later when Divya finds out the truth, she gets into dilemma as whom she has to choose.
To add further to hero’s woes, Bhoopathy, the local corrupt Sub Inspector who is also behind Divya, is determined to flop the hero’s plans and seeks to uncover his disguise of Mani. He is always on look out to prove that Mani is none other than Masi, the rowdy. How Mani wins over Divya against all odds serves as the climax of the movie.
The movie is full entertainer with good dose of comedy together with a dash of few peppy dance numbered music. The other in the cast includes MS Bhaskar, Karunaas, Delhi Ganesh, Santhanam and Srinath. The movie is directed by R. N. R. Manohar while the music scores are by D. Imman.