Killing Veerappan Movie Review

Jan 7, 2016

Andhrapulse brings you Ram Gopal Varma's Killing Veerappan Movie Review
this week. The film has Shivrajkumar and Sandeep Bharadwaj in lear roles. Yagna Shetty and Parul Yadav are seen as the leading ladies in the film.

Read Killing Veerappan Movie Review below.

Story:

Killing Veerappan is based on the real story and Superintendent of Police Shivraj (Shivraj Kumar) who plans to kill Veerappan (Sandeep Bharadwaj) based on his illegal activities will make sure not to miss the target.

How Veerappan has been shot? Will Veerappan has any other sources in his personal and illegal life is rest of the story.

Performances:

Dr Shivraj Kumar looks angry young man who is sincere police officer and gets on added asset in the film.

Sandeep Bharadwaj looks an apt to the title role, his make up is his credit and the whole film will remind audience on how Veerappan looks in the real life.

Yagna Shetty who played as Veerappan's wife carried nice emotions through out the film

Parul Yadav role is limited

Technicalities:

Ravi Shanker's music goes on below average note and the BGM is so-so.

Cinematography by Ramee is extraordinary.

Anwar Ali is impressive

Allan Ameen Action Sequences is the major asset

Ram Gopal Varma needs no introduction and the director has nailed it with neat screenplay and impressive narration.

Analysis:

Killing Veerappan is all about an assignment to the Police Department where the smuggler should not be missed at any cost. Overall, the film's first half gets in a decent note with twists and turns in the characterizations.

The title role done by Sandeep Bharadwaj has justified his role in Veerappan and gets applauds from the audience.

Kannada Star Shiv Raj Kumar's role through out the film gets impressive score. The film though starts off with rapid pace; latter in the second half goes on slow note with predictable scenes.

Though the second half goes on slow note, the director has maintained curiosity in explaining each role in a perfect scenario.

Final Word:

Watchable Flick

RATING: 3/5