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28 Jul, 2017
2 hrs 10 mins
2,230 votes
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A daring Deputy Superintendent of Police and his two charismatic subordinates are set to hunt down a meticulous serial killer. The methods of the psychotic killer are flawless and his patterns ironclad. As the police trio is drawn further into the dark tunnels of the case, a haunting secret unfolds and the need to apprehend the killer amplifies. Who will thump down and triumph in the game of brains and brute?
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Nibunan is the 150th film of Action King Arjun. One cannot be blamed if he/she expects the movie to be an out-and-out action flick, loaded with ample chase scenes, gun fights and high-octane moments. ...Read full review
Nibunan is an action crime thriller written and directed by Arun Vaidyanathan with Anand Raghav supporting him in screenplay department. We have not seen any psycho crime thrillers in the recent past, so there is a chance for the film to click well with the audience, especially the ones who are fond of such movies. ...Read full review
Action King Arjun`s 150th film comes with Arun Vaidyanathan who has proved his mettle with one film each in Tamil and Malayalam- `Achamundu Achamundu` and `Peruchazhi`. With the trailers and other promotional materials creating the much required buzz, `Nibunan` has released amid positive vibes and let`s see how the film would satisfy the audience. ...Read full review
Nibunan, on many levels, is one of those thrillers that dont fully work to its potential. It works till a point, and just when you start really enjoying its proceedings, it gets predictable and slightly tedious, leaving us not fully satisfied. ...Read full review
The first 15-20 minutes of Nibunan clearly establishes the kind of movie it aspires to be. There is plenty of action, several moments where DSP Ranjith Kalidas (Arjun Sarja) gets to play the saviour. ...Read full review
Nibunan is a brain teaser featuring action king Arjun. This sentence alone is a good premise for the things to follow: straightforward, easy flowing action sequences. Linear narration with a mysterious and puzzling villain. And inexplicable murders that are a cornerstone of a gripping spy-thriller. ...Read full review
Nibunan is an intelligent thriller about a team of investigative officers - Joseph (Prasanna) and Vandana (Varalaxmi Sarathkumar) headed by Ranjith Kalidoss (Arjun Sarja). On the other hand, there`s a psychopathic serial killer on the prowl with back-to-back murders. After his impressive debut with Achchamundu Achchamundu, which dealt with paedophilia, Arun Vaidyanathan has chosen whodunnit as his premise. ...Read full review
Nibunan from director Arun Vaidyanathan is a crime thriller that has its own scattered moments. It is the 150th film of Arjun and to be honest the desperation to make this a tribute to him ends up in awkward outdated moments of heroism. With the standard pattern of serial killer movies getting repeated here Nibunan is a non-boring but unexciting film. ...Read full review
Nibunan is certainly watchable. It moves briskly, without item numbers and suchlike. But it lacks that certain something the dread-in-the-pit-of-the-stomach air of Yuddham Sei, the flashy narrative gimmicks of Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru that could have made it special. ...Read full review