Maayon Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Maayon Telugu Movie Review: Sibi Satyaraj’s much-anticipated treasure hunt film Maayon has finally released today in Telugu, despite the fact that the film has a lot of visual effects and that too it addresses ancient myths and science all these made curious to watch the film and without any delay lets know how this film turned out good and let’s know whether the film is worth watching o n.

Maayon Telugu Movie Review

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Story 

This tale is based on the Palle Konda Krishna Temple in Mayon Hills, which has 5000 years of history and contains an ancient treasure that smugglers are trying to steal, as is Arjun (Sibi Satyaraj), an archaeologist working for the Archaeology Survey of India. The temple is not as simple as it appears, and the story concludes with the question of whether or not they will be successful in their mission.

Cast & Crew

In addition to Sathyaraj, other notables include Tanya Ravichandran and Datho Radha Ravi, as well as K.S.Ravikumar and Bagavathi Perumal (Bucks). And Kishore N, Ram Prasad, Maestro Ilaiyaraaja, and Arun Mozhi Manickam produced the film, which was directed by Kishore N.

Movie Name Maayon
Director Kishore N
Music Director Ilaiyaraaja
Producer Arun Mozhi Manickam
Genre Adventure
Cast Sibi Sathyaraj, Tanya Ravichandran, Datho Radha Ravi, K.S.Ravikumar, Bagavathi Perumal(Bucks), Hareesh Peradi, Arash Shah
Editor Ram Pandian – Kondalarao

Movie Verdict

As with most films about treasure hunting, Maayon is a visual treat, but it doesn’t hold your interest for the duration of its running time. The film begins with narration about an ancient temple, then shifts to character introductions. The director sets up the conflict right away, which piques your interest at first, but it quickly becomes a letdown as the story drags on.
There are several interesting sections in Maayon that deal with a lot of concerns about old mythology and science, but the best portion of the movie is when the film asks questions that go beyond science miracles.
Although he appears to be a skilled actor, Sibiraj’s performance as Arjun is just passable since he seems to fit in with the others. Tanya Ravichandran’s role is well-developed and she does a decent job, and the rest of the cast tries their best.
However, despite the fact that Kishore N’s argument is well-made, the film’s two and a half-hour running time left him wanting. Technically, Maayon falls short as well, with subpar visual effects, mediocre photography by Ram Prasad, and a weak score by Maestro Ilaiyaraaja.
To sum it up, Maayon is an enjoyable film that you should watch if you’re a fan of adventure films.

Rating: 3/5

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