Maska (2020 Movie)
IMDb Ratings: ??Director: Neeraj Udhwani
Writers: Ishita Moitra (dialogue), Neeraj Udhwani
Stars: Manisha Koirala, Prit Kamani, Shirley Setia
Maska is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language Comedy-drama film.
Now Available for Download on InextMovies.vip.
DOWNLOAD & WATCH ONLINE LINKS
360p () | Watch Online
480p (350MB) | Watch Online
720p (1GB) | Watch Online
720p HEVC (600MB) | Watch Online
Maska Official Trailer | Manisha K, Shirley S, Javed J, Prit Kamani, Nikita Dutta | A Netflix Original Film –
Maska (2020) Netflix Film:
Maska Netflix Movie In Hindi:
Maska is an Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Neeraj Udhwani. It stars Manisha Koirala, Javed Jaffrey, Nikita Dutta, debutant Shirley Setia and Prit Kamani in the lead roles. The film follows a guy who sets out to fulfill his dream of becoming an actor until he meets a girl who helps him discover the reality. Maska is scheduled to release on Netflix on 27 March 2020.
Maska (2020 Netflix) Movie Review:
Maska opens on the nineteenth birthday of the aforementioned privileged teen Rumi Irani (Kamani), who has presented his dad Rustom’s (Jaaved Jaaferi, from Dhamaal) hand-me-downs by his mother Diana (Koirala). The Irani family — which lives in a rich south Mumbai neighborhood — owns an Irani café called Cafe Rustom.
Diana wants Rumi to follow in his father’s footsteps and take over operations, but those plans are waylaid after the acting bug bites him. Rumi literally daydreams of winning a gift, regularly practicing his acceptance speech ahead of a mirror with a deodorant bottle or something else in hand. On the insistence of his acting school fellow and small-town divorcée Mallika Chopra (Dutta), the mother’s boy leaves home and ventures out.
Maska 2020 Storyline:
Determined to make it in showbiz, an aspiring young actor considers turning his back on the beloved Irani café run by his family for generations. the Netflix movie deliberately plays into that to create that perception — Rumi isn’t ready for rejection-heavy Bollywood. More so given he has trouble letting go of his mother, makes everything about him, and doesn’t see the importance of real-life stories.