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29 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 17 mins
7,186 votes
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Karuppan is a Tamil movie starring Vijay Sethupathi and Tanya Ravichandran in prominent roles. The cast also includes Bobby Simha. It is a drama movie directed by R. Panneerselvam, with D. Imman as the music director, forming part of the crew.

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Verdict: The new-age audience will find comfort in this conventional storyline. When a movie releases during the time of festivity, the movie is bound to become a commercial hit just because of releasing the movie at the right time. Karuppan is one such movie that has hit that jackpot. The movie has Vijay Sethupathi, Tanya []... ...Read full review
The movie completely banks on Vijay Sethupathi and he hasn`t let his role down. He`s kept it in a cultured manner and suits the role to perfection. ...Read full review
Vijay Sethupathi has got back to the rural routes after a long time with Karuppan, which released today for pooja holidays. Kathir (Bobby Simha) has an interest for Anbu (Tanya Ravichandran), but due to family situations, she gets hitched to Karuppan (Vijay Sethupathi). What does Kathir do, to separate Karuppan and Anbu, and does he finally get to marry Anbu? is what the basic premise of the film is about. ...Read full review
With Sethupathi and Rekka, Vijay Sethupathi showed that he can do mass hero films as well, and Karuppan has the actor playing a masala movie hero once again (he even gets a feet-first hero introduction scene and a well-shot bull-taming scene), but this time, in a rural set-up. ...Read full review
Vijay Sethupathi is now a true blue `mass Kollywood hero` with Karuppan. The film is a template rural mass entertainer that Tamil cinema has been dishing out since the `80s. Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan used to do such films in the `80s, that extended their reach to the B and C markets, and later, Vijay and Ajith followed suit. ...Read full review
Half an hour into the film, Karuppan is a wonderful reminiscent of Kamal Haasan`s fascinating Virumaandi. It could be due to the jallikattu portion and Vijay Sethupathi`s characterisation, who plays a bull-tamer Karuppan. Or due to Pasupathy, who, sort of, reprises his Kothala role from Virumaandi with less violence and cunningness. ...Read full review
Theres one interesting quirk in R Panneerselvams Karuppan: the songs that are referenced throughout. At a time when most films are content to make the mandatory nod to Vijay and Ajith (and we do get that here, with bits of Aaluma Doluma and Chella Kutti), this director digs deeper. ...Read full review
There is a fine line that cuts between filmmaking that triggers nostalgia and that which dishes out cliches. All throughout `Karuppan`, I was experiencing nostalgia through a thoroughly cliched style of filmmaking that attempts to make us travel at least 20 years back in time - traversing through the torrid era Kollywood has travelled since then! Are you game for this? ...Read full review