Maayon, directed by Kishore, has Sibiraj and Tanya Ravichandran in the lead
Last Updated: 09.01 AM, Jun 09, 2022
Sibiraj is eagerly awaiting the release of Maayon, which is directed by debutant Kishore and has Tanya Ravichandran playing the leading lady. The film is written, produced, and presented by Arunmozhi Manickam of Double Meaning Production and will hit screens on June 24. The rest of the star cast includes KS RaviKumar and Radha Ravi. The team had recently created a trailer for the visually challenged people and a Maayon Ratham (chariot) as well, which will run across Tamil Nadu.
Talking about the film at the launch of Maayon Ratham, Sibiraj said, "I have always been enthralled by films like Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade and The Da Vinci Code, and I have wondered if their Tamil versions would ever be made. Finally, all these aspirations are coming true with Maayon. We can tell short stories (Kutty Kathai), but we are not allowed to reveal the full story of the film. Maayon will be a delightful surprise for all the viewers."
The film's leading lady Tanya Ravichandran called acting in Maayon a new experience altogether. "It's wonderful that my character will be seen throughout the film. We have worked hard to make this movie and have given it our all. I invite everyone to have a good time watching it."
Veteran director, KS Ravikumar, who will be seen in a crucial role in the film and was present at the launch, said that Maayon has a lot of unexpected components. "I was speechless looking at the temple set works while filming. I really admire the art department for this fantastic job. The audience will have a never-before-seen experience with Maayon."
Bala, who is incharge of the art direction said that the team did an extensive research before they began work on the film." A screenplay like that of Maayon is not common in Tamil cinema. Before creating the sequences for this film, we undertook extensive research across several locations. I believe that our hard work will provide audiences with a fresh and distinctive movie-viewing experience."