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Veerappan Hindi Movie Review

Veerappan Movie Review

Veerappan Hindi Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.31/5 
Score: 44% Positive 
Reviews Counted: 10
Positive: 4
Neutral: 1
Negative: 5

Ratings:2/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN

It would be a stretch to describe Ramgopal Varma’s new film Veerappan as a return to form for the once-maverick director, but this much can be said: the film is more coherent than a lot of his recent work. Varma takes frequent liberties with the truth in this remake of his own Kannada film Killing Veerappan, but what you leave the cinema with at the end are shattered eardrums from the incessant background music.

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Ratings:— Review By: Taran Adarsh Site:Twitter

Veerappan gives an insight into the life and times of the dreaded bandit. RGV is in good form. Sandeep Bhardwaj as Veerappan is superb.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Youtube
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Ratings:— Review By: Komal Nahta Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business

On the whole, Veerappan is an ordinary fare which will not be able to score much at the box-office. It will do well in single-screen cinemas of centres where action fares are liked.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Saibal Chaterjee Site:NDTV

Veerappan does not shy away from making a great deal of noise, but the film is more akin to soggy gelatin sticks delivering a damp squib than a big explosive device triggering an earth-shattering bang. At no point in the film does one get the impression that RGV might be anywhere near regaining his lost touch. The maker of Satya and Company is nowhere in sight in this messy, pedestrian thriller.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Site:IndianExpress

To find an actor who resembles the real-life character he has to play is a stroke of pure luck. But to fritter that away by making that reel-life character so uni-dimensional, so uninteresting is pure misfortune, both for the once terrific director, as well as for us viewers who live in hope for his return

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Rohit Vats Site:Hindustan Times

The basic idea is to present it as a morally ambiguous story where the good can also use evil means, but that isn’t enough. Having said that, this 126-minute film has pace and a narrative technique which may give you a glimpse of RGV’s old charm. But, the mojo isn’t completely back yet.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Srijana Das Site:Times Of India

In all fairness, Sandeep brings Veerappan alive and the National Award winner Usha as Muthulakshmi is convincing. Though not in top form, RGV does redeem himself to some degree. And his film does allow you to get up, close and personal with the notorious criminal who made a monkey of the Tamil Nadu and Karnataka Governments, because he knew the loopholes in the system.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

While the first half of the film builds up the story and the pace, the film’s second half dips slightly. On the whole, VEERAPPAN has violence that may seem a bit over the top for a certain segment of audience. With its unconventional and extremely well-narrated story line and Ram Gopal Varma’s trademark filmmaking skills VEERAPPAN will most likely be patronized by a niche segment of the audience.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Asira Site:Deccan Chronicle

Veerappan fictionalises the life of the notorious brigand, brought to us in typical Ram Gopal Varma style – gritty and engaging.A cop is killed by Veerappan (Sandeep Bharadwaj) and the dead man’s wife Priya (Lisa Ray) joins the force as a spy to avenge her husband’s death. And she uses the bandit’s wife to get to him. That, more or less, is it. RGV has told it taut, specially in the second half that is all about Operation Killing Veerappan.

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Veerappan Story:  

Veerappan is Indian docu -drama thriller based on the events leading to Operation Cocoon to capture or kill Indian bandit Veerappan. The story revolves around the search of Veerappan by a group of Police Officers headed by Kannan. Kannan is a non-conformist, one who would willingly flout rules as long as Veerappan is captured. The plot tracks the team’s attempts to corner Veerappan.

Veerappan Release Date:

May 27 2016

 Director:  Ram Gopal Varma

 Producer:  Raina Sachin Joshi

Sandeep Bharadwaj
Sachiin J Joshi
Usha Jadhav
Lisa Ray

Run Time:  2 hours and 5 Minutes

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