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When Miracle meets Man, Epics are born.


07 Jul, 2017
2 hrs 48 mins
4,095 votes
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TIYAAN (The Above-Mentioned), starring Prithviraj Sukumaran, Indrajith Sukumaran, Murali Gopy, Ananya, Padmapriya and Nakshatra Indrajith, is written by Murali Gopy and directed by Jiyen Krishnakumar. It is produced by Haneef Mohammed, under the banner of Red Rose Creations.
A pan-Indian entertainer from Malayalam, TIYAAN bends genres and blurs time and space, in agreement with the age-old gyan that Reality is NOT what we see.., and Realism is NOT what we define it to be.

While strongly and intensely basing itself in contemporary India, where strifes, prejudices, greed and political pettiness cast a dark shadow over the vast wisdom of the land, the movie boldly delves into the deeper layers of existence and awareness, and explores, in a microcosmic way, the wonder that India actually is.

As the mother tagline of the movie says, "When Miracle meets Man, Epics are born."
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Verdict: A one-of-a-kind film with spectacular performances. Directed by Jiyen Krishnakumar, Tiyaan - The above mentioned had a pan-India release today. The film was earlier scheduled to be released on 30th June, 2017 but due to censor rating issues, it was postponed to this week. The film starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and brother Indrajith S... ...Read full review
The lives of a vedic scholar Pattabhiramagiri and his family come under threat after a godman and his goons try to displace him from his centuries-old ancestral home as part of building an ashram. The curse that befalls Pattabhiraman in the face of opposition leaves him broken, till a mysterious ally lends him his support. Their fight against the evil forces forms the rest of the plot. ...Read full review
A pan Indian Socio Political film that Showcases the dark shadow that is hunting India and the society. ...Read full review
Tiyaan questions the peoples need for a Godman to better their lives but at the same time suggest there are, indeed, messengers of God that walk the earth among us. ...Read full review
Tiyaan has majestic visuals and intense treatment, but could have had a fresh and a better screenplay. ...Read full review
The agenda of the new movie Tiyaan written by Murali Gopy is something that looks relevant. The God men business that is still ruling the minds of many people, is the main focus here and through a story that tries to shed light on the concept of finding your God by yourself, this movie had the scope to be that mix of genres, but the lack of layers in storytelling and also the way it has been narrated reduces the impact and we dont really feel the kind of enlightenment we should have felt at the end of the film. ...Read full review