Abdullah plans on starting up a business with his uncle, Imman Annachi. But before they do, they go in search for KR Vijaya, who acts as a saint, to receive some blessings from her. She heartily blesses them and says that the business will be only successful, if they restrain themselves from touching any women. As the saint said, the business blooms, and that's when Abdullah sees Sarika, and immediately falls in love with her, but it turns out to be that she is a Mohini. Simultaneously, the villagers notice Abdullah getting friendly with a lot of girls, and out of jealousy and anger they beat him up and accidentally kill him.
A heart broken Sarika, gets furious with the villagers and haunts them by crying over Abdhullah's body every night. Meanwhile, Jyothisha is a journalist who hosts a program based on spirits and supernatural occurrences on a private television. The villagers calls up them up and urges them to come to their city and investigate it, as they believe that a ghost is terrorising them all night long. A positively elated Jyothisha immediately takes up the case, and goes to the village with Abdhullah, who also plays as a cameraman. That's how Sarika sees Abdullah in the flesh again, and she thinks that this cameraman Abdhullah is her long lost lover, and immediately desires him. The rest of the plot revolves around whether Sarika attains him or not?
Abdullah plays two characters in his debut film; as a young village youth who tries to make a difference, and as a city boy. While Sarika acts like a stereotyped ghost, and as glamours as possible, Jyothisha has been shown as a courageous journalist. Imman Annachi attracts the audience with his trademark acting style, and KR Vijaya has appeared on the screen after a long gap. All together the main leads performances were in a tolerable manner
Directer Rasavikram has all over again created the same old story of a Mohini, who just looks glamours and finds for ways to attain men. Jeyaraj has scored the music for Mayamohini and while his songs were terrible, he has attempted to give some decent background music. Rajan's cinematography comes to fore and has done a good job.
In short, Mayamohini, is okay.