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Giving romance the good bye, Rocking Star Yash tries his hand at an image make-over as a rowdy with all the shades of grey. However, despite his latest proclaiming itself to be a mega Masterpiece turns out an exercise in futility.
Other than raving and ranting like every rowdy goes, Manju Mandavya's Masterpiece is all high decibel din and drivel, nothing more, nothing less.
Yash, having had enough of chocolate boy image, tries to get into the skin of a rowdy as once again Sandalwood's rumination with rowdy returns. Alas, except for high flaunting dialogues that seek to provide Yash the necessary hype, nothing actually works in Masterpiece with is as mundane and mediocre as it can be.
With rowdyism written in him from his very birth, our Yuva, does everything in the book, even as his mother Durga, a court clerk and sister Purvi, wish he was not their kin. How our Yuva is instrumental in the arrest of the drug lord Boss as also his eventual escape from prison for the final end game between the two forms the fulcrum of Masterpiece. Of course, you have Yuva helping an ambitious Noor Ahmed to achieve his political dream as also be coveted by the girl of his dream Nisha.
Masterpiece, all hype and hoopla, should go well with Yash's legion of fans. Otherwise Masterpiece is dud as a dead duck full of songs in the first half and fights in the second with Yash looming large over the celluloid canvas.