by  Mastram brings out the Indian thinking process in its most unadulterated form, by introducing a character who would rather be a flop writer telling domesticated stories over being a successful writer writing erotica. …Full Review by Mohar Basu
    The Times of India  The story lacks stamina, and the background music drags the plot. Rahul’s performance warms up at the start, but his expressions soon get repetitive, and Tara can’t juice the plot that runs dry….Full Review by Madhureeta Mukherjee
    Indian Express  Mastram turns out to be much too banal…Full Review by Shubhra Gupta
    Rediff  Mastram fails to make you feel good…Full Review by Prasanna Zore