Maiya(Kishan) is a story of a mother and her emptiness narrated through the eyes of an orphan. Their relationship takes you across the concealed cold silent face behind the smile and the warm touch of a mother.

Kishan, the poor little orphan boy of ten sows a seed of the significance of relationships making the viewers introspect.

The movie portrays the complexities of the human kind entangled in swirled modern life where you don’t have time to think about your own self and also drags the next generation to the deeper chaos of egocentricities and uncertainties.