Watch it for Dhanush, who has taken acting in Tamil cinema to a different level.
Dhanush is definitely the life of the film. It is doubtful if any other actor in the current generation could have carried this author-backed role. He is more than impressive throughout the film. Watch out for his instant expression changes when he calls his love instead of his company and the way he shows his helplessness after losing his friend. Dhanush can expect top honours for his amazing performance in the film. >> more
by Raven - MovieCrow on 19/Jul/2013
Maryan is an experience worth your time.
This superbly crafted film has three heroes- Dhanush as Maryan (Man without death), AR Rahman's outstanding score and Marc Koninckxx evocative cinematography. » more
by Movie Buzz - Sify.com
A movie with breathtaking visuals, heart-stopping music, terrifically talented cast.
The movie's pace is leisurely all the way and the director might have deliberately slowed it down for the audience to feel the intensity of the emotions longer. » more
by Editorial Board - Behindwoods.com
Cometh the hour, Cometh the man
Bharat Bala has carved a niche among a positive tale tellers and has given a movie that you can take back home on a high note. The standard he has set is so breathtakingly high, that makes us wonder what next. » more
by Editorial Board - IndiaGlitz.com
Mariyaan is a must-watch
Dhanush completely immerses himself in the character. In one particular scene where he's being held hostage, he delivers with so much intensity that the entire theatre burst into spontaneous applause. » more
by S Saraswathi - Rediff.com
Maryan goes to Sudan to work in an oil company to pay back a loan taken by Thomas (Salim Kumar), the father of his lover Panimalar (Parvathi). While on his way back to India, he and his co-workers are taken hostage by kidnappers. Not all survive the ordeal. » more
by N Venkateswaran - Times Of India