Masoom

1983

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IMDb Rating 8.5

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hxzr-18144 10

Excellent performance by little kids, who are megastars today.Wonderful songs, which are even sung till day.Naseer and Shabama are as always best in act again..Seriously for parents..

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Reviewed by SumanShakya 9

&quot;Masoom&quot; raises the issue of illegitimate child and presents a touching and inspiring story on childhood innocence and motherhood. It presents a clash between a women ego and motherhood which comes under test when an illegitimate child comes to a happy home blossoming motherhood against a hatred for the illicit relationship the husband was involved in. Story-wise, the story is said to be loosely based on an English movie &quot;Man, Woman and Child.&quot; If there is any perfect family movie Bollywood has ever made, I will undoubtedly name this one. The film has won the heart of every audience in the past, and still the film stands a gem. Despite a familiar story, the film remains touching, sensitive, and adorable. The reason is the perfect treatment the film receives. The way the story is mounted, the adorable family the film presents, the office environment of Naserudin Shah all have a right touch. The performances of Naseruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi were just mesmerizing and spontaneous. The feeling of motherhood affection that raises in Shabana from hatred to the illegitimate son from his husband was the most well realized part of the film. Tanuja and Saeed Jafferey also make a remarkable job in their small roles. The acting of the three child artist remain the soul of the film and depicts the child innocence brilliantly. The songs are just beautiful. Overall, the film yet continues to remain close to my heart and every time the film touches you with the wonderful film on childhood innocence and affection the film weaves.<br/><br/>Rating: 3 stars out of 4

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Reviewed by braddugg 6

A tender depiction of an innocent mind, soul yet no so well executed.<br/><br/>Masoom (Innocent) brings up a tale of a boy who does not know his father. The father does not know that he has a son from an extra marital affair. Now in between this Father and Son is a family whom the Father DK (Nasseruddin Shah) married. There is Shabana as mother of 2 daughters who now has either adopt him as a child or disown him. <br/><br/>Gulzar Saab who is extremely versatile and is great at subtleties has written this extremely competently and there is more of Gulzar in it than Shekar Kapur the director. The writing is so very nice that it merely needs a look through the eyes too convey what the scene means. <br/><br/>Extraction of acting from their actors which ideally is done by director, falls flat in this. Shekar Kapur for whom this was his first film did not extract enough emotions through his characters as he should have. Already two of Indias finest actors were cast as leads so most of the job was done and when it came to extraction acting from children , Shekar could not meet up with challenge. Those forced shivering or those bland expressions did not show that the boy was innocent but rather made it artificial.<br/><br/>This is not as great as it was told to me all through this years. The subject is beautiful but the depiction could have been far far better. Hail Gulzar for this more than Shekar Kapur.<br/><br/>It&#39;s better if I do not talk about technical departments for this movie as most of it were just in place as if to do their job for a salary and not passionately. Passion was missing technically for a subject that was passionately written.<br/><br/>Going with 3/5 for a good movie with a touching subject but the execution did not touch me so well.

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