Thuppakki Munai
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Thuppakki Munai

Tamil
ActionCrimeThriller
14 Dec, 2018
2 hrs 08 mins
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4,213 votes
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The worst nightmare of the criminal class, encounter specialist Birla Bose has eliminated over 30 wanted criminals so far. His next assignment takes him to the holy city of Rameshwaram, where the greatest challenge of his career awaits Bose.
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Director Dinesh Selvarajs Thuppakki Munai is a different type of commercial entertainer, one that doesn`t have too many typical masala elements. Selvaraj has followed his mentor Mani Ratnam under whom he was an assistant director. In the film, Vikram Prabhu is refreshing as a no-nonsense cop, an encounter specialist who lets his actions speak rather than spewing punchlines. Hansika has limited screen presence but is pivotal to the film. ...Read full review
The film is an uneven action drama, but the message lends it topical relevance. ...Read full review
Though Thuppakki Munai attempts to discuss child rape and the situation of migrant workers, Dineshs thoughts fail to translate on to the screen. ...Read full review
Unfortunately, Thuppakki Munai in spite of a socially-significant theme, slips into the usual cliches of Tamil cinema. If the narration is often tardy, the writing is poor and so unbelievable. Here you have a cop like Bose with a never-miss aim who invariably uses his fists to fight his opponents, and dozens of them. With each blow of his, they crumble and collapse. Not just this. The narrative gets into an uncomfortable melodramatic mode. Finally, with Prabhu forced into playing a He-Man, Thuppakki Munai disappoints. Even the cinematography with such a picture postcard locale like Rameshwaram is not impressive. ...Read full review
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