Veerappan Hindi Movie ((INSTALL))
After few failed attempts, including the one led by another undercover cop (Gundragovi Satya), disguised as a subordinate to Muslim underworld Don-Kadaani (Ramesh Pandit), to negotiate arms deal with Veerappan's gang, the STF team led by master-strategist, and an ex-spy turned timberyard owner-Kumar (Srikanth Iyyengar), finally succeed on 18 October 2004. On that day, Veerappan is escorted out of the forest by Kumar who earlier infiltrates Veerappan's gang in disguise to negotiate another arms deal with Velupillai Prabhakaran. Subsequently, veerappan and his men board an ambulance stationed at Papparapatti village in Dharmapuri district, Veerappan and his men are first warned and then asked to surrender, which was denied, and the men start firing at the STF personnel. The STF retaliate by firing grenades and gun fire, subsequently Veerappan and his men are killed on the spot.
Veerappan hindi movie
Veerappan is one of the most infamous names in India. Over a period of 30 years he's reportedly been credited with smuggling Sandalwood and Elephant tusks worth 250 crores. Not just that, he's also been linked with the murders of 100+ men. His most famous criminal episode was that of kidnapping Kannada actor Rajkumar back in 2000. By Hindi film standards, Veerappan is a certified super villain. Ram Gopal Varma's film based on the life and times of Veerappan is mixed bag. It had great source material, there was no reason why this film chronicling India's favourite villain should turn out underwhelming. But that's exactly what happens. Even though the film lacks a technical prowess, it fails to tell a story of value. Rather it makes a meal of smuggling film formula into a fantastic real-life story.The movie takes a cliched good versus evil stand with Veerappan. With the moustached wonder dacoit being the evil component. His growing up years and his rise to dominance in the smuggle trade is all mentioned in a fleeting 10-minute flashback montage. Once you know who Veerappan is, the focus for the next 110 minutes is kept on Indian Armed Forces versus Veerappan and his gang. He's the fleet-footed bad guy who takes advantage of the forests, while the Indian task force is just a bunch of armed men with testosterone problems. Sachin Joshi plays the main cop in-charge of shutting Veerappan's gang down. His character's stance is the most confusing. He maintains a holier-than-thou air whilst committing murders and hatching plots just like Veerappan. His logic being, he's doing it to fight evil. The stand doesn't even work as a critique for the Indian tasks forces that we're alleged to have gone over-the-top with both their finances and courting of violence to subdue the real Veerappan. Then there's the vengeance angle, where Lisa Ray plays the widow of a cop killed mercilessly by Veerappan. She plays an important role in catching the bad guy by befriending and influencing Veerappan's wife. Neither is Ray the right actor to play the part, nor has the track been given any serious thought.So Veerappan the film is left to suffer the curse of jaded writing. The screenplay needed a level of intimacy that would reflect on Veerappan's character. Something that was present in RGV's Sarkar and Satya. Sadly, the movie just recreates situations from Veerappan's life. The first half though, where Sandeep Bharadwaj plays the title role with good effect is moderately engaging. Bharadwaj looks like a Veerappan doppelganger and that helps to hook the viewer. But once the illusion of the casting wears off, there's very little in the story to anchor the attention.Director Ram Gopal Varma and his team do a fantastic job in terms of technique. The camera work especially, featuring a lot of drone/octocopter technique as well as the over-the-shoulder POV camera angles, is stupendous. It really adds a new dimension to the film. The taut editing and the loud but impactful music too add to the punch of the film. But the frills and gimmicks of filmmaking can only compliment the storytelling. The core effort goes into crafting a story that can move it's audience. And on those counts, Veerappan feels severely underwhelming.It's not the worst film Ram Gopal Varma has made. Nor is it any close to his best. It's just a middle-of-the-road offering where seeing an actor look like the mirror image of Veerappan catches your fancy for a few fleeting moments. Once the illusion withers away, there's really nothing to hold on to.
Ms. Muttulakshmi, who is accused by filmmakers of tapping the doors of judiciary, whenever an Indian filmmaker attempts to make a film on her husband Veerappan, succeeded in stalling the release of the movie by getting stay order from city civil court on the Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam versions.
Veerappan movie based on the life of Indian bandit Veerappan, and the events leading to Operation Cocoon to capture and kill Veerappan. The film is heavily based on Ram Gopal Varma's Kannada docudrama super-hit Killing Veerappan... Full Story
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The book Veerappan: Chasing The Brigand, about the rise and eventual capture of the famed bandit will be adapted into a movie and a series for television and the web. Production company E4 entertainment announced on Thursday that it has acquired the rights for the book and plans to make movies in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam as well as episodes in Hindi or English.
This time RGV had the chance to make a brilliant movie but now it has been wasted . Veerappan was one of the most dangerous and feared criminals in Asia . The problem is people are no longer interested in RGV and his movies . It never had any chance as it was never promoted and almost nobody knows that it released today .@ Indicine Total collections and verdict of Traffic ? Total collections of Baaghi ?During the last Q & A session you mentioned Baaghi as Superhit but did not tell anything about the collections .
After delivering cult classics like Satya, Company, and a few more; You would expect Ram Gopal Varma to have an ounce of his film making skills left but, sadly VEERAPPAN doesn't offer the same. The trailer says that it took 10 years to kill Osama, and 20 to kill Veerappan but, it only took 200 odd minutes of the movie to bore me to the very core!The only saving grace was Sandeep Bharadwaj's resemblance to Veerappan, who does an amazing job.
Though the title says 'Killing Veerappan', the movie moves ahead at a F1 car's pace talking about his history; add onto that a shoddy first person camera angle and voila - start cringing!Apart from Sandeep Bharadwaj, the ENTIRE cast and their acting skills are horribly sub-par; Trying their 'best' to breath some life, or maybe death into the unrealistic sequences. So much so, you might feel aghast and claim - "What the hell is that"!
Anyways, all said & done, VEERAPPAN is not worth your time, money or even your sanity! But, if you still feel brazen enough then, head down simply for Sandeep Bharadwaj's performance; which is the only reason why I give the movie 1 Shor on 5!Cheers. 350c69d7ab