Nayantara’s friend works as an associate director. The director with whom she works, challenges people to watch his horror films alone and promises to pay them a ransom amount if they succeed.
In this situation, Nayantara decides to watch the movie to earn money to meet her needs. While watching the horror movie, she finds that certain sequences of events in the film are similar to her own life.
Nayantara gets appalled by this and the rest of the story unveils how Nayantara’s life is connected with the horror movie.
Debutant filmmaker Ashwin Saravanan has come up with an interesting script which stays loyal to its genre. The young director has worked very hard to taste success with his very first film and the way he has handled the script and the artists is remarkable.
Ashwin Saravanan has proved his mettle as a promising filmmaker in his very first film and the talented youngster is sure to come up with many more such impressive movies.
Nayantara enthrals audience with her captivating acting skills and the pretty damsel impresses onlookers with her striking performance and screen presence.
Aari, Lakshmi Priya Chandramouli, Mime Gopal, ‘Robot’ Shanka and Amzath Khan have done their portions well.
Sathyan Sooriyan’s cinematography and Ron Ethan Yohan’s music are terrific and the duo’s work has added more value to the horror film.
On the whole, ‘Maya’ is a astounding horror flick with a mature story and erudite narration.