Genre: crime drama
Release Date: 14/Sep/2017
Music Director: Arrol Corelli
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A well etched out detective thriller with enough suspense to engage you throughout
We know Mysskin films are emotion driven and he really stamps his class when he perfectly knits a clever crime plot along with an impactful sentimental subplot. But Mysskin has tried his hands on a full-on commercial film here. It is more on suspense and less on emotional quotient. » more
by Behindwoods Review Board - Behindwoods.com
Thupparivaalan: Not only thrills us, but also makes us feel.
Mysskin also makes us empathise, even if only for a few moments, even with the villains. And the death of a major character is presented in a heartbreaking way (Arrol Corelli's violin-dominated score is one of the film's highlights). What sets Thupparivaalan apart is how it not only thrills us but also makes us feel, and that is Mysskin's triumph. » more
by Suganth - Times Of India
Vishal-Mysskin's detective film is worth a watch
While characters in Sherlock Holmes are clever and most of the battles are fought in the minds, the characters in Thupparivaalan are very violent and bad guys are straight up psychopaths. The way Kaniyan treats and expresses his love to Mallika is also questionable. » more
by Manoj Kumar R - Indian Express