Maska (2009 film)

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Maska is a 2009 Telugu romantic action comedy film. It was directed by B. Gopal and starred Ram, Hansika Motwani, Sheela, and Sunil. It was released on 14 January 2009 with 300 prints in 550 theaters. It was remade into Bengali (Bangladesh) as Onnorokom Bhalobasha in 2012 for Valentine's Day. It was also remade into Bengali (India-Bangladesh joint venture) as Hero 420 in 2016 for Valentine's Day. The film was dubbed into Hindi as Phool Aur Kante. It turned out to be an Average at the box office.

Maska
Maska 2008 DVD.jpg
Directed byB. Gopal
Produced byM.S.Raju
Story byKrishna
StarringRam
Hansika Motwani
Sheela Kaur
Sunil
Music byChakri
CinematographySekhar V. Joseph
Edited byKotagiri Venkateshwara Rao
Production
company
Release date
  • 14 January 2009 (2009-01-14)
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu
Budget12 crore (equivalent to 27 crore or US$3.8 million in 2019)
Box office28 crore (equivalent to 63 crore or US$8.8 million in 2019)

PlotEdit

Krish (Ram) is a happy-go-lucky guy who lives with his brother (Naresh) and sister-in-law (Jhansi). He was in love with a girl named Manju (Sheela), who happens to be the daughter of Simhachalam (Mukesh Rishi). Krish's only intention is to become rich by marrying her, and he does not have any feelings whatsoever towards her. He weaves a love story between him and a girl called Meenakshi aka Meenu (Hansika Motwani) to make Manju fall for him. He also meets Meenu, starts to like her for real, and falls in love with her. Meanwhile, Simhachalam and Shinde (Pradeep Rawat) run against each other in a presidential election in Delhi. Shinde is a man of misdeeds and tries to find faults in Simhachalam's personal life so that he can expose him in front of the high command of the party so that his route will be clear to get the party ticket. Shinde comes to learn that Simhachalam has another wife (Seetha) and a daughter who lives in Hyderabad. He sends his men to find them. Unfortunately, Simhachalam fixes Manju and Krish's marriage, but Krish loves Meenu. Manju discovers it and points a gun on Meenu, but she leaves Krish to her and reveals that Meenu is the unofficial daughter of Simhachalam and the sister of Manju. Simhachalam, Krish, and Shinde arrive. Meenu and Manju emotionally ask their father to forget everything and live happily. He gives up the election to Shinde. Krish then marries Meenu and Manju lives happily.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Maska
Soundtrack album by
Released25 December 2008
Recorded2008
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length28:03
LanguageTelugu
LabelAditya Music
ProducerChakri
Chakri chronology
Neninthe
(2008)
Maska
(2008)
Raju Maharaju
(2008)

The music of Maska was launched at a function organized in song set erected at Rama Naidu studios on the night of 25 December 2008. Dasari launched the audio CD and gave the first unit to D Rama Naidu. D Suresh Babu launched the audiocassette and gave the first unit to the main leads of the film.[1]

All lyrics are written by Kandikonda.

Track-List [2]
No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Hare Hare Rama"Suraj Jagan4:25
2."Gunde Godarila"Zubeen Garg, Kousalya5:11
3."Kalloki Dilloki"Chakri4:17
4."Kalagannana Kalagannana"Chakri, Kousalya5:31
5."Aa Vaipunna Ee Vaipunna"Hariharan, Sadhana Sargam4:12
6."Bhagdad Gajadongai Vasta"Ravi Varma, Sunidhi Chauhan4:27
Total length:28:03

Box officeEdit

The film collected Rs 2.25 crores on its opening day and Rs.10 crores in its first week in theatres.[3] This film had one of the biggest openings at that time and the biggest in Ram's career and rocketed him to the big league. As per the sources, it is said that the movie is a high grosser at the box office.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Maska music launch". idlebrain.com. Retrieved 25 December 2008.
  2. ^ "Maskaa - All Songs - Download or Listen Free - Saavn". Retrieved 15 November 2018.
  3. ^ sales@andhravilas.net. "'Maska' - 100 days collections in just one week - Andhravilas.com -Telugu Cinema, Telugu Movies, India News & World News , Bollywood , Songs :". Andhravilas.com. Archived from the original on 21 July 2012. Retrieved 4 August 2012.

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