Not So Mass Ka Das
2 months ago | By harshapagilla
Vishwak Sen's Falaknuma Das released today in theatres. It created a buzz starting from the teaser. Songs and trailer also delivered a fine job before the release. But does it leave up to expectations? Let us analyze Mass Ka Dass.
Story Line: A young man from Falaknuma has a traditional upbringing but decides to become a notorious yet righteous gangster. He tries to establish a monopoly over the meat business in his area, only to find himself in trouble.
Plus Points: The Entire film is all about Vishwak Sen. As a debutant director, the efforts of Vishwa to bring the Hyderabadi nativity from original Malayalam's Angamalay Diaries is uncanny. Next big asset of the movie is Vivek Sagar's Background score, throughout the movie Vivek delivered amazing score to lift the movie when it became dull tone. Writing of the movie also decent in parts. Despite having censor cuts and cuss words, the audience will enjoy the desi dialogues of the movie. Director Tharun Bhascker, Uttej are the main pillars of the cast in the movie. Some of the cast members delivered a spark at some scenes. Throughout the first half, It's a laugh riot and ends with a serious note.
Minus Points: After the interval bang, the movie turns into a downfall. 150 minutes slow pace story gets bored in the second half. Vishwak Sen as a hero is not up to the mark. There is a lack of connecting emotional scenes in the second half. The climax is a full disaster, 10 minutes long length scene couldn't connect the audience to end with a happy note.
Final Verdict: As a dialogue in the movie, Falaknuma Das shapes out from High first half to a very boring second half. Not recommended for a common audience but for a movie lover, you will enjoy the movie for their efforts to bring remake to alive.
Review By: Harsha Pagilla
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