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Maryan is a Indian Tamil-language survival film directed by Bharat Bala starring Dhanush and Parvathy Thiruvothu. Produced by Venu Ravichandran. 

The film has music and background score composed by A. R. Rahman and cinematography by Marc Koninckx. Dialogues in the film are penned by Joe D' Cruz. Oscar-award winner Resul Pookutty was the sound designer of the film. 

The production and principal photography began on March 2012.

The film revolves around a story of human survival adapted from a newspaper article of a real-life crisis event, when three oil workers from Tamil Nadu were kidnapped and taken hostage in Sudan by mercenaries. 

The film is an emotional journey of a common man to an unknown place with the hope to come home and lead a better life.

Movie Story:
Mariyaan Joseph (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). 

Panimalar (Parvathy) falls in love with Maryan and does not 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 him falling for her. 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 he is his only companion for Four 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 coworkers, demanding money for their freedom. 

One of his coworkers 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.

IMDB Rating:7.1/10
Directed:Bharat Bala
Released Date:2019
Types: Drama
Film Stars:Dhanush, Parvathy Thiruvothu, Jagan
Movie Quality:480p HDRip Hd.avi
File Size:311.09 MB

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Mariyaan full movie in hindi dubbed download Review:

Bharat Bala, he of the patriotic video songs and English film 'Hari Om' fame, makes his debut in Tamil with 'Maryan' (which means one who never dies). 

Drawing inspiration from the real life story of three oil workers who escaped from their kidnappers in Sudan, he weaves a beautiful but intense story, celebrating the power of love which makes heroes out of ordinary men. 

The screenplay, by Sriram Rajan and Bala, concentrates on the bond between Maryan and Panimalar, giving the movie its strong emotional core. 

And thankfully, rather than glorifying Maryan as a larger than life hero, Bala shows him as an ordinary fisherman who rises above his circumstances and fights for freedom, thanks to the belief his lover reposes in him.

All those in Bollywood raving about Dhanush's performance as a lovelorn youth in 'Raanjhana' should watch this movie to find out what he is capable of delivering if given a strong script and a well-written character. 

One just has to see his electrifying performance in the scene where he is asked to call up his employers to ask for money but calls up Panimalar instead or in the scene where, denied food and water, he and co-worker Saami (Jagan) hallucinate about eating mouth-watering seafood at home and smoking a cheroot after the satisfying meal. 

If 'Aadukalam' was a landmark in the actor's career, 'Maryan' is sure to mark another milestone.

Parvati Menon is the other pillar of the film, and comes up with a scintillating performance. When Maryan is kidnapped, first comes shock, which slowly changes to belief that he will make it out alive from captivity, and it is such a pleasure to watch her portray these various emotions. 

Her expressive eyes show how deeply she is in love with Maryan, and how much she pines for him in his absence. 

The camera of Belgian cinematographer Marc Koninckx seems to be in love with her, for she has never looked more beautiful on screen.

Koninckx impresses with some breathtaking visuals and quaint angles, as does dialogue writer R N Joe D'Cruz with the fisherman lingo and some crisp lines. 

Editor Vivek Harshan lets the love story unfold in its own languid pace, but some scenes could have been clipped to make the movie crisper.

Collaborations of Bala and A R Rahman have always thrown up some terrific music and 'Maryan' too doesn't disappoint. 

'Innum konjam neram' (Vijay Prakash and Swetha Menon) is a soft and soothing melody, while the anthemic and uplifting 'Nenje ezhu' (Rahman) and the lament 'Kadal raasa naan' (Yuvan Shankar Raja) are the other songs that stand out.

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 logical replies to his friends about why he does not want to fall in love, Maryan's change of heart is a bit too quick and unconvincing.