Director Kiccha's Maasi is a robust action-entertainer that speaks about the mission of an police officer to clear the society of baddies.
Who else but for Arjun can do the act of an encounter specialist? Kiccha has opted for 'Action King' Arjun to do the role that demands suave, style and substance.
Pradeep Rawath, Ponnambalam, Kotta Srinivasa Rao, Santhana Bharathy, Mahadevan, Goutham, Hema and Archana are also in the cast.
Maasi (Arjun) is a police officer who opts for encounters to kills rowdies.
He is on a mission to put an end to Naaga (Pradeep Rawath), who stays in Mumbai but with his men do unlawful activities in in Chennai and Nandha (Ponnambalam), a don in North Chennai.
He loses his family and friends in his mission. But a determined Maasi plots a different route to go near the baddies and bump them off.
Arjun sparkles in his role as cop. His body language is good.
Pradeep Rawath and Ponnambalam hogs equal screen space and both utilise the chance well.
Kotta Srinivasa Rao, Dhool Sakunthala, Santhana Bharathy and Kalai Rani contribute their best. The heroines have no part in this action-film.
Boopathy cranks the camera, while Dhina has come up with a songs and the tunes sound familiar. Maasi by Kiccha may have its drawbacks. It may be a cliched ride and a sense of deja vu prevails all through, but still it is watchable for its action sequences.