14 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 00 mins
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Detective Kaniyan Poongundran is on the lookout for a challenging case. His prayers are answered before long, as a kid approaches him to solve his pet's bizarre death. The dog, a pomeranian, is killed by a 9mm bullet. Poongundran senses that things aren't as simple as they seem and sets out to investigate with his trusted sidekick Mano in tow.
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Verdict: You will find yourself entrapped in this engaging drama. Amidst a plethora of commercial movies behold your very own Indian version of Sherlock Holmes - Thupparivaalan. Director Mysskin has certainly outdone himself with this nail biting thriller movie. If you happen to wonder what the title of the movie means, it translates to Detective. The characters of this [... ...Read full review
Director Mysskin is back with yet another crime thriller with Thupparivaalan and this time he chooses an action hero as his lead. Not just Vishal, the film is packed with a bandwagon of stars like K Bhagyaraj, Prasanna, Vinay, Simran, Andrea, Anu Emmanuel and others. ...Read full review
Taking inspiration from Arthur Conan Doyle`s Sherlock Holmes, Mysskin has come up with his own eccentric detective, who is bloody brilliant at deduction, socially challenged and will not rest until he has solved his case. ...Read full review
After I watched Vishals previous film titled Kaththi Sandai, I had a buzzing feeling in my head. I had described that film as a professional hazard for film critics in my review. But, I was not worried this time when I bought a ticket for Vishals latest release Thupparivaalan due to my confidence in director Mysskin. ...Read full review
When a film that is 160 minutes long manages to keep you engaged for its entire runtime, that means the movie is entirely invested in its content. Thupparivaalan directed by Mysskin is an engaging pacy detective thriller that has the right amount of ingredients to be a refreshing commercially appealing exciting movie. ...Read full review
The first time coming together of intense filmmaker Mysskin and the hard working Vishal in the detective thriller Thupparivaalan has drummed up enough curiosity among viewers who expect a cerebral edge of the seat fare. Does the film deliver its promise remains to be seen. ...Read full review
Thupparivaalan is art, entertainment and a well-written detective thriller that works for the most part. Early on, we get a strange shot of our very own Thupparivaalan (Detective) Kaniyan Poongundran (Vishal) grumbling about not being able to find a challenging case. It`s not the desperation we see, but exasperation. For a moment, it looks as if Mysskin is blowing off some steam. ...Read full review
The last time Mysskin made a movie with a big-name hero (Jiiva), we got the underwhelming Mugamoodi. Will the whelm-o-meter needle sink lower, now that our most idiosyncratic filmmaker has roped in a bigger-name hero (Vishal), whos also the producer? ...Read full review
With Thupparivaalan, ace director Mysskin has delivered another solid aesthetic thriller, which entertains due to smart writing and good filmmaking. Vishal, a commercial action hero, has delivered his best-ever performance in the role of a detective inspired by Arthur Conan Doyles Sherlock Holmes. ...Read full review
Detective Kaniyan Poonkundran (Vishal) is a bit of a weirdo. Hes socially awkward, has stark contrasts in what keeps him interested (or not,) and is brilliant at reaching conclusions based on small but important details. ...Read full review

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