The lead of the film is a promising detective. He waits for a strong and challenging case in his life. At that time a case arrive and the story begins.
The movie has its inspiration in Sir Arthur Conan Dyle’s Sherlock Holmes with added director Myskin’s elements for highlighting the story.
As said earlier Vishal waits and gets an interesting and challenging case. The case involves a dead canine and a missing canine tooth.
Vishal gets involved in the case and begins to run behind the mysteries. His friend Prassanna also assists him in his job. Anu Immanuel plays a character of pickpocket. Vinay also playas a good supporting role. The film also has Bhagyaraj in a pivotal role.
Every deaths in the case are mysterious. The criminal is always one step ahead and this makes the case still fishy..
Myskin has tried and done justice to a detective story line.
Karthik Venkatraman’s cinematography highlights the story.
Music by Arrol Coreli is a plus.
Suspense is maintained in a good manner.
Myskin’s way of narration seems to be a bit draggy here and there.
The sub plot of the film lacks in interest.
Rating : 3.5/5
On the whole, Thupparivaalan is a good assemblance of various characters.