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Maaya Movie Review |A Must Watch Thriller
Film : Maaya
Cast : Harshavardhan Rane, Avanthika Mishra, Sushma Raj, Nandini rai and others
Music : Sekhar Chandra
Produced by : Madhura Sridhar Reddy and MVK Reddy
Directed by : Neelakanta
Censor certificate : U/A
Meghana (Avantika Mishra) is a Television Feature correspondent who has a unique psychic ability called Extra Sensory Perception(ESP) and she can be able to foresee the incidents that happens little later and she usually uses this Extra Sensory Perception for helping poor people and one sad thing is that She loses her mother in her very childhood and she could foresee her mother’s death as well and it is due to Extra Sensory Perception. One fine day she meets a fashion designer Siddharth Varma (Harshavardhan Rane) and both of those fall for each other and when she was about to express her love to Siddharth, she happens to know about Siddarth love for her childhood friend Pooja (Sushma Raj).
What Happens When Meghana Knows That Siddarth Is Loving Pooja?
What Is The Importance Of Extra Sensory Perception In The Plot?
Is Siddath Varma Is In Danger?
Did Meghana Saved Him?
Th answers for these questions will completely cook up the entire story of Maaya.
Harshavardhan rane has kept his everything in the film to prove his talent and he acted in the film brilliantly and he is one hero who can easily get into any kind of role to entertain the audience. He proved once again that he is a talented actor with Maaya. Avanthika Mishra need to work out on her performance more as she is the actual leading lady in the film, she failed to give out her complete performance and it was an impressive debut but she need to work out more on dialogue delivery and performance. Sushma Raj has got an important role and it was her role which turns as an crucial one in the second half and she is also okay with her performance in Maaya. Nandini rai, the telugu speaking girl will be seen in a limited role in the film. Apart from the lead cast, Naga Babu, Anitha Chowdary, Jhansi and other supporting cast also felt their presence.
The cinematography is handled by Bal Reddy. The cinematography is okay and it could be better
Editor is Naveen Mali. The editor could have trimmed the first half of the film for a better viewing experience.
The music is done by Sekhar Chandra. He earlier composed the music for the films like Nuvvila and Nachavule and he is known for his amazing compositions and he has done a fantastic job in this film too. His songs are hit already and his back ground score is also impressive.
Story & Dialogues & Screenplay & Direction :
Neelakanta is already known for his complete story narration and screen writing and he does Maaya again with this film Maaya and this film can be called as his come back and he has directed the film completely in a new way and has showed variations with his previous films. Neelakanta directed the film very well. Though the first half do not give you a better experience, the second half of the film will drive you away with its exceptional potential. The last half an hour of the film is the heart of the film. Without any experiments, the director dealt it very well.
Maaya is a good film but it fails you to impress initially because the extra sensory perceptions concept will look tricky if directly dealt with a point to point approach so, the film unit and the director made it slow and the audience will hate to take it to mind seriously through the first scene. But you will be sticking to your seats in the second half. The second half and the climax is everything for this film. This is a good thriller which has its mark of a Neelakanta film but the only thing is boring first half makes you sit patiently but then after you love watching the second half and we tell you it is a worthy watch!
First half : Good but Boring
Second Half : Interesting and Gripping
Verdict : Maaya is purely Neelakanta's Maaya. Do watch this film for its gripping screenplay in the second half and dont miss this thriller and it is a worthy watch.
Rating : 2.5/5
Reviewed By : SRI
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