Maiya is all about the emptiness of an aged mother narrated through an orphan.
The relationship portrayed takes the audience across the concealed ; cold ; silent face behind the smile and the warmth touch of a mother.
Kishan ; the poor orphan boy of ten ; sows a seed about the significance of relationships ; which will instigate the audience to introspect.
The movie portrays the complexities of human – Kind entangled in the swirl of the modern life. Where one doesn’t have time to think about oneself & also drags the next generation into a deeper chaos of egocentricities & uncertainties.
Anil brings a fine & prudent beyond his years approach to directing ; he understands the supermacy of the storyline. A very cinematic storyteller ; Anil holds onto every moment & explores the smallest details ; which feel enigmatically immense on the screen.
Asha Puthili is one of the most successful Indian vocalists ; who rules a million hearts world wide. The 1st Indian women pop star vocalizes the breathy Donna Summer with all her stupefying trills ; scats & roars on numerous recordings in various genres and in a multiple languages.
Maiya ignites her lamp of love and hope – Syed Zaidi marking this movie exceptionally memorable.
The great Hindustani ; Classical Guitarist & Mohana Veena is disciple of the renowned Mohana Veena exponent and grammy award winner Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhat. He’s the music director of this prestigious venture.