Casting: Aari, Shubha Phutela, Balaji, Tejasvini, Karuna, Srini, Subbu Panchu
Director: Narayanan Nagendra Rao
Producer: Mayuri Sekar
Maalai Pozhuthin Mayakathile takes place in a coffee shop on a rainy evening and events following with three different set of characters in the coffee shop is the remaining story.
A young man and woman, who are strange to each other meet in coffee shop and love blossoms between them. In the same cafe, a couple with a child fight each other and plan for their break up! The Manager who runs the coffee shop is troubled and disturbed due to his business. Meanwhile a writer is keen on all these characters and it is shown that every time he uses to hang on coffee shop to watch different characters.
Actors like Balaji, Tejaswini in the film have done some justice to their roles but emotions of them is not properly handled. As an writer R.S.Sivaji could have been used better. It seems dialogues by him is uttered at wrong time.
Aari and Shubha Phutela as young lovers make no difference in their acting. Ajay who plays the role of aspiring director has not impressed much. Shubha Phutela loses Tamil nativity and she fails to impress.
Cinematographer Gopi Amartnath who has done for films like ‘Potta Potti’, has given professional touch in all scenes for the film MPM, but somewhere, a recreational sense is missing. Music scored well in the film and songs like Yen Uyire, Oh baby is deserving to hear and can be said as a pleasing element in the MPM.
Finally to finish the director could have done better avoiding all restrictions. At end of two-hours of Maalai Pozhuthin Mayakathile, all in theater heave a sigh of relief as though watching a film for an entire day came to an end. Seems too long for two hours! Amateur Attempt.