Killing Veerappan (2016)

Kannada, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil Docu-Drama, Drama
87 %
Total Reviews: 15
Sahi: 13 Nahi: 2

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Average Critic Rating: (3.03)
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Plot: Killing Veerappan is a 2016 Indian docudrama thriller film written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma, based on the events leading to Operation Cocoon to capture or kill Indian bandit Veerappan. Shot primarily in the Kannada language, the film was simultaneously dubbed into Telugu, Hindi, and Tamil languages, featuring Shiva... Read more

Killing Veerappan - Movie Reviews

The director has conveyed a lot through facial expressions and body language rather than jingoistic dialogues
The Times of India
Veerapan Rise Hopes On Vangaveeti
Great Andhra
This Killing is not so Thrilling.
Gulte
“Killing Veerappan” remains as one of the best output by Ram Gopal Varma in his life time Overall, the movie is as interesting as a surprise late night tweet by Ram Gopal Varma
Telugu Mirchi
The film has to be watched only for Shiva Rajkumar, who has avenged his father's abduction by Veerappan, albeit on screen
Bangalore Mirror
Finally movie is as interesting as a late night RGV tweet
Chirtamala
The film has garnered fairly positive reviews and it is a technically brilliant film
International Business Times
Ram Gopal Varma makes it interesting whenever he attempts biopics and films based on real events. After Rakta Charitra and The Attacks of 26/11, he comes up with another film based on real events - Killing Veerappan. If you are interested in films based on real events, Killing Veerappan makes an interesting movie if you ignore historical inaccuracies and slow-paced narration.
Idle Brain
Ram Gopal Varma has made an interesting and gripping sensible thriller. RGV has told the story of hunt for Veerappan in most engaging way
Telugu Cinema
Forget Veerappan, watch it for Shivanna
Deccan Chronicle
This film is easily one of RGV''s most grippingly told stories in a long, long time.
India Glitz
Anyway, Ram Gopal Varma has returned with a real thriller after a long time. Killing Veerappan is definitely a must watch for RGV fans this weekend
Sulekha
'Killing Veerappan', is Ram Gopal Varma’s comeback film and he has once more shown how can come up with great films if he puts his mind to it
Deccan Chronicle
'Killing Veerappan', is sensational, thrilling even, but not convincing enough for it is more about Shivarajkumar than about Veerappan
The Hindu
The cinematography and the background score are the major highlights of the movie. The editing has been nitchy and even the production values are grand. After Raktha Charitra, Ram Gopal Varma completely succeeded in bringing out an intensive thriller, in the form of Killing Veerappan.
Andhra & Telangana Wishesh