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14 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 09 mins
2,364 votes
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After a series of murders is committed in the city, Kumaran, a cop realizes that all the murders are eerily similar. Can he find the missing link and nab the murderer before it is too late, forms the crux.
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In his directorial debut, CV Kumar, the producer of films like Pizza, Soodhu Kavvum and Irudhi Suttru, gives us an gripping thriller a whodunit with a touch of sci-fi. The film does take a while to get going, but once it begins to focus on the main plot with single-minded devotion, it turns into a thrill ride. ...Read full review
After giving breaks to many young aspirants, the man from Madurai is turning director with Maayavan: a sci-fi mystery crime thriller, with Nalan Kumaraswamy supporting him in the screenplay department. The film has the Kumar touch as a producer as it is technically well made with something different in content and style. ...Read full review
Maayavan is a science fiction crime thriller written and directed by CV Kumar with Soodhu Kavvum fame Nalan Kumarasamy supporting him in the screenplay department. The film talks about an honest police officer who finds himself in the middle of a challenging criminal case. Sundeep Kishan gets to play a physically challenging role, and fits the bill quite convincingly. ...Read full review
Producer C.V. Kumar in the past few years has introduced many a new talent and most of the films from his stable have been experimental but at the same time entertaining. He has turned director with `Maayavan` once again taking up a new idea in the SciFi genre and executing it fairly well but sadly pulled down by weak writing. ...Read full review
Maayavan, which marks producer CV Kumar`s directorial debut, is an intriguing investigative crime thriller with a fascinating sci-fi spin. Although the futuristic core plot of the story alienates audiences, CV Kumar has made sure that he stays true to the film`s genre without any compromise in the story-telling. ...Read full review
The year is 2037. The song on the radio - or whatever people are listening to then - is Keladi kanmani. This is the opening stretch of producer-turned-director CV Kumars Maayavan (Sorcerer), whose theme is immortality - and how fitting to begin with the notion that Ilayarajas music is ageless. ...Read full review
I couldnt but get reminded of Bogan while watching Maayavan. I know, I know. Bogans idea of spirit possession is one that Tamil cinema has been familiar with for decades - we called it koodu vittu koodu paayardhu, a term that Maayavan draws attention to, too. ...Read full review