Masani (film)

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Tamil மாசாணி
Directed by K. Padmaraja
Produced by M. S. Saravanan
Written by LGR (Dialogue)
Screenplay by Sree Green Productions Team
Story by K. Padmaraja
Starring Ramki
Sija Rose
Music by S. N. Fazil
Cinematography Raja Guru
Edited by V. T. Vijayan
T. S. Jay
Sree Green Productions
Release date
  • 24 May 2013 (2013-05-24)
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget 50 million (US$780,000)
Box office 550 million (US$8.6 million)

Masani is a 2013 Indian Tamil supernatural thriller film directed by Padmaraj & LGR.[1] The film features Ramki, Akhil, Iniya, Sija Rose, Roja, Sarath Babu, Y. Gee. Mahendra, Pandi, and Aadukalam Naren.[2] The music is scored by N. Fazil. Masani is Ramki's comeback to Tamil cinema.[3] This film received was highly panned by critics and a box office disaster. Ramki continued with subsequent disasters at the box office after this film. [4]


Masani takes place in a village in the Salem District where various sculptors come to make a statue. The village head (Sarath Babu) and his wife Rajeshwari (Roja Selvamani) try to bring in sculptors to complete the statue. However, anyone who comes for the job is driven out of the village by a ghost. The villagers decide to entrust the job to another big man, Devanna Gounder (Aadukalam Naren). Trouble erupts between the two families.

A flashback reveals the reason for this. Vettri (Ramki) and Masaani (Iniya) make their appearances, where the audience learns of their love for one another. Agitated, Rajeshwari kills Vettri. Masaani dies delivering a boy named Vishva (Akhil). Vishva grows up and comes to the village to finish the task.



  1. ^ "Masani". Times of India. Retrieved 2013-05-19. 
  2. ^ S. R. Ashok Kumar (2013-03-16). "Audio Beat: Tunes to groove to". The Hindu. Retrieved 2013-05-22. 
  3. ^ Udhav Naig (2013-05-18). "Second coming". The Hindu. Retrieved 2013-05-22. 
  4. ^