Thupparivaalan Movie Review
Plot & Narration
BGM & Stunts
An impressive & engaging crime thriller
Thupparivaalan is definitely joining the elite list of Myskkin’s film and can easily claim to be one of the best crime thrillers in the recent times with a perfect screenplay. Overall Thupparivaalan is a novel mystery thriller and the patience of audiences paid off eventually, making the film as a soulful watch for the cinema fanatic.
Cast: Vishal, Prasanna, Vinay, Andrea, Anu Emmanuel, Bhagiyaraj, Simran, John Vijay, Jaya Prakash & others
Cinematography: Karthik Venkartraman
Music: Arrol Corelli
Written & Directed by: Mysskin
Produced by: Vishal Film Factory
Release Date: 14-09-2017
Run Time: 02:39:00
Thupparivaalan is definitely joining the elite list of Myskkin’s film and can easily claim to be one of the best crime thrillers in the recent times with a perfect screenplay. As usual the wait is long as in any of Myskkin movie to solve the puzzle. Thupparivaalan takes ample time but being a seat edge thriller keeps it engaging enough.
Too many cast with simple roles but no need for any complaints since the film required that and the complete showcase is all about Vishal’s brilliance. It does not miss a pinch from Myskkin’s flavour.
A detective who seeks to feed his brain for an unsolved mystery takes a small case to find a pet being killed highlights the case in his own style to find the most notorious criminal Vinay, who is on par any terrific villain material.
The supporting cast held the nerve to the very end and kept the screenplay supported, Bhagiyaraj who seems to have a negative shade after a very long time had only few dialogues, but one particular scene proved what he was up to. Simran played a small role a gesture nothing much from her, Andrea kept Vinay supported as Prassana does the same for Vishal.
The crime and investigation are parallel and it created some interesting and emotional scenes altogether perfectly matching the screenplay. Vishal‘s costume, mannerism and body language kept him as a detective and turns to be attractive with his acting. There are many occasions and the film has similar scenes that can be compared to Mysskin’s list of films which turn to be a regular pattern for the audience.
Vishal and Anu Emmanuel had a gentle love that stays half finished for the screenplay is too busy for them to explore more on the romantic part. A textbook content that turned as a screenplay and is perfect for the completion and that’s what Myskkin has done it in style. The movie had no songs and Aarol corelli BGM stands supportive for the directors vision. The stunts by Dinesh are blistering and Vishal yet again proved how good he can be in action. Editing by Arun is crisp and clear, with the run time a bit long but still there seemed nothing to be cut.
Overall Thupparivaalan is a novel mystery thriller and the patience of audiences paid off eventually, making the film as a soulful watch for the cinema fanatic.