Maska Trailer: A Millennial’s Dream Or Misapprehension

Kartiki Malik
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Netflix on Thursday dropped the trailer of its first YA-film in India. The film “Maska” which follows the excursion of a befuddled, youthful millennial, Rumi (Prit Kamani) who decides to satisfy his fantasy about turning into a famous actor until a late spring sentiment with a lucid young lady causes him to find the scarcely discernible difference among dreams and misapprehension

Praising the popular Parsi culture, “Maska” is a transitioning movie. A debutante director, Neeraj Udhwani has written and directed the film and highlights Manisha Koirala, Javed Jaffery, Prit Kamani, Nikita Dutta, and furthermore denotes the debut of Singer Shirley Setia. 

“Maska” dives into the hero, Rumi’s life, enthusiasm and dreams and the characters that show him another way en route. Rumi is a quintessential kid nearby from the Parsi people group in Mumbai. He is an eager, caring individual and Mumma’s kid on the most fundamental level. In addition, he was destined to acquire the inheritance of turning into a ‘Maskawala’ as his family possesses perhaps the most seasoned Irani Cafe in Mumbai. In any case, as any 21-year old, Rumi has dreams and he tries to turn into an actor.

Manisha Koirala is playing the role of the mother of Rumi and her life spins around her child. She has confronted numerous hardships and has made endless penances. She also wants Rumi to assume liability and convey the genealogy of the Rustom Cafe. The film will release on Netflix on March 27, 2020.

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