After falling down, she is held by Maya who cries out in bitter rage and kills Shankar. As Apsara continues to watch, she is inexplicably teleported into the film. The next day, Vasanth shows the pictures taken by him during the dressed up Maya's entry to his boss, Ram Prasad and Madan , the episode writer on Mayavanam. A pure horror flick, the film is devoid of any comedy elements. A dubbed version, Mayuri, was also released.
The satellite rights were sold to. Maya is undoubtedly one of the best horror movies of Tamil cinema. Madhan disappears, and after escaping from Mayavanam somehow, Vasanth's friend meets with a grisly death soon, by falling off the building just like Maya, which spurs Vasanth to embark on an investigation into Mayavanam. They fall into a big ditch and Vasanth helps her out, while he stays in. The film starts to play, and it is revealed that Vasanth's side of story is the film Irul. As the shooting starts, the first scene being Maya sitting in a wheelchair, Arjun finds Apsara standing in a corner while everyone was assuming that she was the one sitting in the wheelchair.
It features starring her 50th film and in the lead. She doesn't give much thought to it because she is always preoccupied by the loan that she has taken from a local gangster. It is later revealed that the person who played Vasanth in the film is Arjun himself and producer of the ad film who died earlier, was the one who sent Maya to the asylum and took her ring. Later, Madhan and Vasanth's friend—an auto driver—visits Mayavanam to write about his last episode. The film finished shooting in October 2014, and the makers announced that the release would be in late 2015.
She falls to her death from the building, with an expensive ring rumoured to be on her body, and is buried in the grounds of the asylum Mayavanam , where it is believed her vengeful spirit now roams. The filming began in June 2014 and schedules were canned continuously in ,. The film ends with the spirit Maya killing the director and Maya's ring falling out of his pocket. On his friend's birthday, he tells a story involving 'Maya', a malevolent spirit. Madhan then recounts the story of one such inmate, a woman named Maya Matthews, who was taken to the asylum after murdering her husband and forced to give up her newborn daughter to the authorities in the. In order to ridicule Vasanth, the friend says the same three times, and a similar figure enters the room. It was one of the highest-grossing Tamil films of 2015.
The film was remade in Kannada as by , starring. After that Maya turns back and the screen cuts black. It is then revealed that Maya is Apsara's mother. The final scene shows Apsara reunited with her husband and now acting in a film about Maya directed by the same director as Irul. All lost and her being emotionally tortured by the money lender, Apsara decides to watch Irul, to make ends meet. The scenes are alternated with Vasanth going to Mayavanam and the ad film producer watching the film.
Soon Apsara and Vasanth get separated from the group, and are chased by the ghost. Title Lyrics Singer s Length 1. He tells him about a book, Asylum by Kate, that details the life of the mentally ill who were forced into asylums and experimented upon. Ram points out a smoky form near them and warns him of it. He falls back in fear, but the figure reveals itself as his wife; it's just a birthday surprise.
She goes in search of it, when she gets shot by Shankar. Vasanth gets caught by Kate and is held at gun point while they search for the ring. The director of Irul had witnessed the bizarre death of the ad film producer while watching the film, but claimed to the police it was a heart attack. Apsara gets caught too, and when they eventually find Maya's coffin, a figure is seen to appear behind Kate and Ram, and all hell breaks loose. . Swathi begs her not to, fearing for Apsara's life and in hope of the director backing her up, she appeals to him too, but the director supports Apsara even though he knows what could happen later on. She wakes up in the theatre, with her mother's diary on her lap, and the doll, which Maya had brought for her baby.
In frustration, she goes to visit the ad company where she learns that the producer has gone to take part in the contest arranged by Swathi's company. Even after the film has ended, we keep thinking about it, replaying the scenes in our mind and thinking about the inventiveness in how the plot lines are brought together. By the time she reaches the studio, the producer is dead and is taken on a stretcher towards the ambulance. After a poster of the film, Irul, that Swathi is currently working on is put on to the walls of the house, Apsara experiences strange things happening inside the house. She runs away and hears a baby's cry. She catches an auto and goes to the studio.
He keeps visiting her house demanding cash and she keeps putting it off by saying that the cheque she has been entitled to, after acting in another ad film previously, keeps bouncing off. In alternating scenes, Apsara is a single mother struggling to make ends meet by working in ad films. The soundtrack album was launched at RadioCity on 13 July 2015. Ram and Kate, the author, is shown to make a man dig into the grounds of Mayavanam, searching for the expensive ring that Maya was said that died with. . . .
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