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Maaya Movie Review  

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Maaya Movie Review
  Movie Review : Maaya
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : Shirdi Sai Combines
Cast : Harshavardhan Rane, Avantika, Sushma Raj, Nandini Rai, Nagababu, Anita Chowdary, Venu and Others
Music : Shekhar Chandra
Cinematographer : Bal Reddy
Lyrics : Sira Sri, Rama Devi, Balaji
Producer: Madhura Sreedhar, MVK Reddy
Director: Neelakanta
Released Date: August 01, 2014
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Story :
Meghana (avantika) is a girl who is gifted with extra sensory perception and in that process, she foresees the death of her mother and another incident which turn out to be true. Once she meets a famous designer Siddharth (harshavardhan) and eventually both fall in love. But again, Meghana foresees something which involves her close friend Pooja (sushma). What happens after that forms the rest.
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Presentation:
The director has come up with a interesting storyline and while the presentation was good, the narrative captured in few places. The dialogues were reasonable. The script was intact and the screenplay made it better. The background score was effective and songs were worth watching. Cinematography was upto the mark. Editing was sharp. Costumes were well designed to suit the backdrop while the art department was alright. Harshavardhan Rane had wonderful screen presence and he performed really well. Avantika looks cute and expressive. Sushma Raj looks sexy and resembles Anushka in few angles. Nandini Rai was alright. Nagababu was natural. Anita Chowdary was brief. Venu brought few smiles.
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Conclusion:
The film runs on the lines of extra sensory perception and one can sense the crux being part of a Bollywood film ‘100 Days’ starring Madhuri Dixit. Still, the director has brought in his prowess to weave a smooth start to finish line. The first half was somewhat sober and didn’t have much to talk about barring few instances. The interval bang was promising and the second half picks up in energy and makes the audience sit edge of the seat. Overall, this is a film which has been made with an interesting concept and it would appeal to the urban audience in big way.

Bharatstudent verdict : Climax filled with real Maaya!
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