Maayon Telugu Movie Review: In any language, treasure hunt films are always interesting to watch. However, Sibi Satyaraj’s long-anticipated treasure hunt film Mayon has finally released today July 07, 2022, in Telugu. Despite the film’s many visual effects and its discussion of ancient mythology, all these made me curious to watch the film. Let us know how this film turned out to be good and let us know whether the film’s discussion of ancient mythology was successful.
A 5000-year-old temple, Palle Konda Krishna temple in the Maayon hills, holds a secret about treasure, and archaeologist Arjun (Sibi Satyaraj), who works for the Archaeology Survey of India, is on a mission to steal it. However, the temple is not as simple as it appears, and will they succeed or fail?
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.
|Producer||Arun Mozhi Manickam|
|Cast||Sibi Sathyaraj, Tanya Ravichandran, Datho Radha Ravi, K.S.Ravikumar, Bagavathi Perumal(Bucks), Hareesh Peradi, Arash Shah|
|Editor||Ram Pandian – Kondalarao|
As a treasure-hunting film, Maayon falls into the same category, but it doesn’t excite you throughout the film as the film begins with a narration that tells the history of an ancient temple and later it shifts to the establishment of characters and the director established the conflict from the very beginning and initially it creates curiosity to watch the rest of the film, but it falters when the story shifts.
While Maayon has a lot of interesting blocks, the finest part of the film is its concerns about science beyond the miracles. However, there are a few action blocks and a few treasure moments that keep you interested for a while.
Tanya Ravichandran’s role is well-developed and she has done a fantastic job, and the rest of the cast tried their best, but this picture doesn’t have a lot of room for performance.
Although Kishore N’s point is sound, the film’s 2-and-a-half-hour running time left room for improvement in the VFX and cinematography by Ram Prasad, the music by Maestro Ilaiyaraaja, and the rest of the technical crew’s efforts fell short of expectations.
To sum it up, Maayon is an enjoyable film that you should watch if you’re a fan of adventure films.