The ability to see the spirits of dead people annoys Suriya and at one point of time he tries to cope with his new capability and ends up meeting spirits which approach him for certain favours.
Finally after much hesitation, Suriya decides to help the spirits in return for a help from them for his love Nayantara.
Suriya has flawlessly portrayed various emotions with expertise and steals the show with his special Srilankan slang. He has yet again proved his mettle as an actor with his modulation, dialogue delivery, screen presence, dancing skills and body language.
The roles of Nayantara, Pranitha and Premgi lack sufficient screen space and the characterizations doesn’t correlate with the plot as expected.
Parthiban and Samuthrakani offer some interesting performances and impress the audience with their natural acting skills.
Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music composition and BGM is a huge plus to the movie and the musician has revived himself for a smashing comeback.
Editor Praveen KL has taken immense efforts to keep the plot from getting predictable and his editing techniques make sure that the audience are completely engaged with the movie till the end.
RD Rajasekhar’s cinematography adds value to the film and improves the overall feel of the movie.
Venkat Prabhu has offered the audience an unusual thriller with a highly engaging screenplay.
In other words, ‘Masssu’ is a wholesome summer treat for the entire family with immense doses of horror, suspense and humour.