Maayon Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Maayon Telugu Movie Review: Tressure hunt movies are always fascinating to watch no matter which language it hails from, However, Sibi Satyaraj’s much-awaited treasure hunt film Maayon has finally released today July 07, 2022, in Telugu, despite the fact the film has lot visual effects and that too it addresses the ancient myths and science all these made curious to watch the film and without any delay lets know how this film turned out to be good and let’s know whether the film is worth watching or not.

Maayon Telugu Movie Review



Maayon story narrates Palle Konda Krishna temple located in Maayon hills which has a 5000 years history and it holds a secret about treasure and smugglers headed to steal the treasure as well as Arjun(Sibi Satyaraj) who is an archaeologist working in Archaeology Survey of India is headed to steal the treasure, However, the temple is not simple as it looks, Finally, will they steal the treasure is the rest of the tale.

Cast & Crew

Sibi Sathyaraj, Tanya Ravichandran, Datho Radha Ravi, K.S.Ravikumar, Bagavathi Perumal(Bucks), Hareesh Peradi, Arash Shah & others. and the film was directed by Kishore N, Cinematography has done by Ram Prasad, Music has done by Maestro Ilaiyaraaja, and the film was produced by Arun Mozhi Manickam.

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

Tressure hunting films are always a visual feast to watch in the theater as Maayon also comes under the same category but it doesn’t excite you throughout the film as the film begins with the narration that tells the history of an ancient temple and later it shifted to the establishment of the characters and director established the conflict from the very beginning and initially it creates curiosity to watch the rest of the film but the story falters when the story shifts to hero and heroine love track as the films biggest drawback is artificial emotion and it didn’t work out.

Maayon partly engages with some interesting blocks where in the proceedings the film addresses a lot of questions about ancient myths and science and the best part of the film is it questions beyond science miracles, However, few action blocks and few treasure scenes keep you hooked for a while.

Sibiraj as Arjun is okay as fits in the characters he seems to be a good actor but this film doesn’t have a scope to perform and Tanya Ravichandran’s character is well designed and she has done a decent job and rest of the cast did their best.

Kishore N is partially succeeded in engaging the audience though his point is good, it failed to fit in 2 and half-hour runtime, and technically Maayon is not up to the mark as the VFX could have been better and Ram Prasad’s cinematography is good in parts, Maestro Ilaiyaraaja’s background score is good and rest of the technical departments did their best.

Finally, Maayon is a decent film to watch, and if you’re a fan of adventure movies you must give it a try.

Rating: 3/5

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