22 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 16 mins
21,068 votes
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Mayaanadhi is a thrilling love story between Mathan, whose origin is from Madurai, and Aparna, based out of Cochin. Mathan and his team travel to Kodaikanal for a deal where they encounter something they'd never seen coming, which leads to an unexpected turn in his life. Mathan then decides to return to Cochin to amend things with his long lost love Appu. What you'd experience next is an unusual love story and a series of gripping scenes that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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After a mission as a mule driver for a gang goes wrong, Mathan (Tovino Thomas) flees from Tamil Nadu to Kochi and meets with his former girlfriend Aparna (Aishwarya), who is an aspiring actress. As the duo rekindle their romance, the cops catch up with him and the duo are forced to make choices in their lives. ...Read full review
The nuances of true sensible love we see in real life very rarely get depicted on screen with that sensible amount of sincerity. Movies very seldom try to break those moulds the other films created. Mayaanadhi in my opinion is an exception from all that. This film from Aashiq Abu written by Syam Pushkaran and Dileesh Nair is a nicely layered love story that focuses on the need of a romantic relationship. ...Read full review
Its a crucial audition for Aparna. She is a bit flustered by the appearance of actress Aparna Balamurali, (who plays herself) who is in for the same role. As the actress tries to make small talk, she excuses herself to go to the washroom and calls MathanJust praise me. Just make me feel better. I need it now. ...Read full review
In Jean-Luc Godard`s Breathless, a young criminal kills a cop, flees, falls in love, dreams of a future in a different country, and discovers that life has a way of messing up your plans. Each of these beats is referenced to some degree in Aashiq Abus Mayaanadhi (Magical River), but with a swoony intensity thats a world apart. The narrative is made up of two strands. ...Read full review
Sex is not a promise. I cannot believe I just heard these words from a heroine in a mainstream Mollywood venture. Aparna Ravi a.k.a. Aps in Mayaanadhi (Mystic River) is a far cry from the coy virgins of past Indian films for whom sex was usually a mistake that almost inevitably led to a pregnancy. ...Read full review

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