Maatr is well-intentioned but lacks sincerity when it comes to execution. The plot consists of several loop-holes and even makes way for some melodrama at times. Few may find the blood and gory indigestible.
Raveena Tandon makes a smashing comeback as a rape victim and a grieving mother hell-bent on seeking revenge. Right from pain, angst, loath to sorrow, the actress displays her acting prowess by getting these emotions evoked in you. She is in a top form and even her silence speaks volume.
Maatr is watchable solely for Raveena Tandon's shining performance as a wronged woman who doesn't mind staining her hands with the blood of her perpetrators who inflicted her with a life-scarring incident. It scores high on intention but unfortunately falls short of being a hard-hitting film.