Read the Maska Netflix Movie Reviews Starring Manisha Koirala, Javed Jaffrey, Nikita Dutta, Shirley Setia, Prit Kamani.
Maska Reviews
Ratings: 4.77/10

Reviews Counted: 27
Score: 33%
Up: 9 | Down: 18

Indian Hindi Netflix Original Movie Maska Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Neeraj Udhwani
Producer: Seher Latif, Shivani Saran
Writer: Ishita Moitra, Neeraj Udhwani
Genre: Drama
Release Date: 27 March 2020

Rohan Naahar | Hindustan Times: 3/5
This isn’t to say there aren’t better alternatives to be found -- there are -- but a certain audience will find Maska to be just the sort of buttery comfort food that they need ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2/5
Manisha Koirala can’t save this bland film. The best parts of Maska are filled with food, the cooking and eating of it: the textures of baking fresh bread, the buttery ooze of the maska, the other classic dishes you may find in an Irani establishment, and the golden lights that fill up the kitchen ... Full Review

Sudhir Srinivasan | The New Indian Express: 1.5/5
An interesting premise somehow manages to yield disastrous results ... Full Review

Rohit Vats | News18: 2.5/5
It’s not a new concept as the personal versus professional has spawned many ideas but most of the time, they work because of their intensity, which Maska lacks ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 2.5/5
Manisha Koirala Is Endearing But The Netflix Film Lacks The Glow Of A Well-Baked Loaf Of Bread ... Full Review

Shikhar Verma | High on Films: 2/5
Another predictable coming of age comedy that is sweet but tasteless ... Full Review

Srivathsan Nadadhur | Binged: 2/5
An Excessively Syrupy Tale About Legacy and Ambition ... Full Review

Gautam Batra | Koimoi: 3/5
Maska brings the same age-old story of a guy stuck between his and family's dreams but it works because it has been modernised and has been given a realistic touch ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: 2/5
Saccharine sweet and cloyingly safe. The Netflix film opts for the convenience and comfort of the conventional than the uncertainty, trials and tribulations of the radical ... Full Review

Swetha Ramakrishnan | FirstPost: 1.5/5
If only writer-director Neeraj Udhwani had focused less on "it's all about loving your family" and more on "it's all about lip-smacking bun-maska", Maska would have been a lot more watchable ... Full Review

Aishwarya Vasudevan | DNAIndia: 2.5/5
Manisha Koirala is the right maska in this not-so-fresh bun ... Full Review

Ruchita | IB Times: 3/5
Well, it is a beautiful slice of life film, with gallons of emotions. Maska is a must-watch film for its storytelling, acting skills and if you want to k ow more about the Parsi culture and walk through the lanes of South Bombay ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 2/5
Tribute to Mumbai’s iconic Irani cafe is stale and slips out of grasp ... Full Review

Mayank Shekhar | Mid-Day: 3/5
There is still an inherent honesty and humanism in this movie that shines through ... Full Review

Pooja Pande | Book My Show: 3/5
A feel-good tale that’s not groundbreaking but pleasant nonetheless ... Full Review

Sreeju Sudhakaran | Latestly: 2/5
The thing that left me underwhelmed the most is that in spending way too much in the romance, Maska doesn't strengthen the emotional bond between Rumi and Diana. Which should have been the film's backbone and nothing else ... Full Review

William Derringer | The Union Journal: 1.5/5
Netflix’s Coming-of-Age Comedy Is a Lazy, Frivolous Joke of a Movie ... Full Review

Sriram Iyengar | Cinestaan: 2.5/5
It's predictable and sweet, but short on substance ... Full Review

Nirmal Raj | Just For Movie Freaks: 2.5/5
An Ordinary Tale of an Extra-Ordinary Cafe! ... Full Review

India Forums: 2.5/5
The Film Seems Like A Recycled Classic Family Drama! The film gets full marks for its intent but fails to stand out from other options on digital media ... Full Review

Vishal Verma | Glamsham: 3/5
MASKA is a coming of age nostalgic ride for with endearing performances ... Full Review

Rucha Sharma | Ask Men: 1/5
Don't let Maska ruin your memories of the good old bun maska. Instead use your time to read detailed long forms about the cuisine, history behind the establishments, and the stories of their patrons in numerous respected publications ... Full Review

Priyanka Bhadani | The Week: 2.5/5
A one-note film that leaves emotions partly exploredNeeraj Udhwani seems too conscious to take a plunge and explore human emotions ... Full Review

Dishya Sharma | PinkVilla: 3/5
If you've ever visited an Irani cafe in Mumbai, the film feels like a good tribute. If you haven't, watch it to understand the different facets of the city. If not for anything else, watch it for Manisha Koirala ... Full Review

Gurpreet Kaur | Peeping Moon: 3/5
Manisha Koirala's slice-of-life Netflix film offers light-hearted fun but without any generous serve of 'butter' ... Full Review

Mashable: 2/5
Netflix’s ‘Maska’ is light as butter but perhaps too fluffy for its own good. Can Manisha Koirala’s convincing bawa act and Old Bombay’s separate charm save the film? ... Full Review

Subhash K Jha | IWM Buzz: 3.5/5
Chirpy, Bright, Sunshiny, Mood-Elevator ... Full Review