Sundeep Kishan dons the role of the troubled cop with ease and underplays it very effectively creating an impression that he is one among the current crop who could go places if he gets the right script. Lavanya Tripathi possesses the perfect looks for the psychiatrist role and carries it quite convincingly.
Verdict : Go for it for the novel concept and fairly decent execution.
Maayavan’s biggest strength is its solid writing(story by CV Kumar, screenplay and dialogues by Nalan Kumarasamy). The film starts as a crime thriller but slowly, the director introduces an interesting science-fiction angle.
Overall, Maayavan is a well executed sci-fi thriller.
The movie revolves around the story of two people from different fields fighting for same problem, justice.
The movie is already in the theatres but the ones who are not Jackie Shroff or Sundeep Kishan fan can give a skip to the movie.
C.V.Kumar’s story is solid with some futuristic ideas and interesting concepts. Nalan’s dialogues are neat going by the situations. Sundeep Kishan is fit as a cop and has done his role well, mainly when he’s sick.
Strong writing becomes flat by a moderate execution.