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Conjoined twins Vimalan and Akhilan involve themselves in a series of deaths involving their father's company. However, the truths that they initially uncover lead to a bigger conspiracy, one that spans across the globe.
Masss aka Masilamani (Suriya) and his friend (Premji Amaren), two con-men, meet with a fatal accident when they were returning with money after a robbery. Thereafter, Masss attains the special ability to see ghosts/spirits around him. A Ghost named Shakthi(Suriya) sought the help of Masss and in return it promises to trace the money lost at the time of accident.Written by
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Suriya plays a Sri Lankan Tamil from Canada for the first time in his career. See more »
According to Tamil myth ghosts can't touch eatables and money unless they occupy some vessel.So there is no wonder that the ghosts are able to touch All other objects other than the listings. See more »
The UK cinema version was cut, stronger moments of violence (detail of stabbings and a child being set on fire) were removed and reduced from the film in order to obtain the '12A' certificate instead of a '15' rating. The UK version was also the same version as released in Ireland with a '12A' rating as the running time is the same in both the UK and Ireland. See more »
This Venkat Prabhu's sixer is a complete one man show both behind as well as on the canvas.While on screen, it's Suriyas' all the way where as the captain, Mr.Prabhu, carried it on his shoulders being behind the camera. Screenplay is very good with a lot of twists all through but was not very gripping in the first half, giving way to unnecessary comic and song sequences. But still, one doesn't get bored of anything as the director incorporated a lot of references in very clever manner with which one is kept busy thinking about it, the best one being in the second half. Production values are really good, the cinematography is just enough to say so. Editing was just okay, could have been better. All the supporting cast did their part. Nayanathara had a very small role though. The film has ample of comedy, frightening situations, action scenes, awesome BGM, setiment and supernatural spirits. It's a complete entertainer which one can watch with their family. That sums it up, this 'Masss' is Suriya & Prabhu's F**king game!
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