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Thriller, Drama
8(1) 153 mins 19 Jul 2013 U

Mariyan goes to work in an oil company in Sudan to payback the loans of his uncle. While on his way back, he and his co-workers are held hostage by terrorists. Will he survive the ordeal?

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Mariyaan Joseph (played by Dhanush) is a fisherman in a village named Neerody. He has an auspicious bond with sea and proudly claims himself as "Kadal Raasa" (King of Ocean). There is Panimalar (Parvathy) who falls in love with Maryan and doesn’t shy away in confessing it to him. Maryan is loved and longed by Panimalar but sadly her feelings are not reciprocated. The more Maryan tries to keep Panimalar away from him, the closer she tries to get. This eventually leads to Maryan falling for Panimalar. Once, Panimalar is caught in unfortunate circumstances and to support her financially, Maryan is forced to take up employment on contract basis for two years in Sudan. He then befriends Saami (Jagan) and is his only companion for two years. He successfully completes his tenure and packs bags in jubilation to return to his ladylove, but tragedy strikes in the form of Sudanese terrorists, who end up kidnapping Maryan and two of his co-workers, demanding money for their freedom. One of his co-worker gets killed by the head terrorist (Christophe Minie). After 21 days in captivity, Maryan escapes with Saami and runs for his life. He gets separated from Saami, who gets killed later on, and gets lost in the desert and suffers from dehydration and confronts cheetahs as his mirage. After finding the coast he fights the terrorist who catches up with him and escapes. He then returns to his village where his love is waiting for him.

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MARYAN MOVIE REVIEW 8 times of india | 11 Jul 2019

There are a few problems though that prevent the movie from taking a shot at greatness -- the token gesture to include the Sri Lankan attacks on Indian fishermen seems like an afterthought, the stereotyping of the African kidnappers and the many irritating continuity problems. Also, for a man who gives ...

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