Sulthan Movie Review: Karthi starrer comes with high production values and strong emotional beats

Sulthan is the film Thriller of the Indian Tamil Action 2021 written and directed by Bakkiyaraj Kannan. It is co-produced by S. R. Prakash Babu and S. R. Prabhu under a dream warrior image banner. The film star Karthi and Rashmika Mandanna marked the last debut at the Tamil cinema.

Napoleon, Lal, Yogi Babu, and Ramachandra Raju played supporting roles. Yuvan Shankar Raja scored the film with a soundtrack compiled by Vivek-Mervin. Sathyan Sooryan and Ruben handle Biosatography and editing.

Sulthan aims complex and high to keep his brothers safe and away from the police operation, who tried to get rid of Chennai Rowdyism.

He thought he had just got the chance when Yogi Bob Bob, aka Babu lying about the marriage proposal to him from a remote village. Sulthan decided to take all the groups to the village to keep them away from the problem. He did not know that he was walking to be just a situation he was very desperate to avoid.

The film was released on April 2, 2021, in Tamil and Telugu.

Many hardened criminals raised a child without a mother:

Sulthan the character played by Karthi. He loved these 100 people when the brothers and sisters but hated their tastes for violence. After his father’s death, the responsibility for caring for these people fell on Sulthan’s shoulder.

That’s when he decided to change it and teach them to live like civilized people. This is Herculean’s duty, but the loyalty and love of these people have to give Sultan’s chance to fight.

The high production values ​​of films and strong emotional beats make it an exciting watch. Director of Bakkiyaraj Kannan’s Solidity expands the belief that men are naturally good.

Experienced criminals who made the whole city shiver helpless in front of Sulthan. They did not lift a finger even when Sulthan pushed them. The film also tracked the protagonist’s inner trips, who learned that he could not make omelets without damaging some eggs.

Each scene in the film works emotionally and logically.

Bakkiyaraj collects a scene that allows him to take full advantage of cinematic experiences showing 100-fast male dances in battle formation. There are several cinematic moments of Snyder-Esque Zack, especially in the order of climax.

Bakkiyaraj Kannan’s Sulthan is a massive increase in his first film, Remo. The 2016 Romantic Comedy with Sivakarthikeyan in the lead following a man’s efforts to captivate his dream girl. The hero was willing to try hard to cheat the girl to fall in love with her.

He even dressed like a nurse to achieve his goal. I have a problem with the hero’s way of confirming his crooked trick on behalf of love. In other words, I have a problem with the writing of Bakkiyaraj, who glorifies actions that have no courtesy and courage.

From Remo to Sulthan, it was a giant leap for Bakkiyaraj. The director has removed his writing about each and all efforts to rationalize any protagonist. Instead, he placed his hero in a difficult situation, forced him to make a choice.

It accumulates a lot of dramatic tension and helps us warm to heroes who experience a lot of trouble doing the right thing, which will allow them to sleep at night peacefully.

The StarCast Of Sulthan:

  • Karthi as Vikram (Sulthan)
  • Rashmika Mandanna as Rukmani
  • Napoleon as Sethupathi, Sulthan’s Father
  • Lal as Mansoor
  • Ponvannan as Rukmani’s father
  • Yogi Babu as Otta lorry
  • Sathish as Sulthan’s friend
  • Hareesh Peradi as Police Commissioner
  • Ramachandra Raju as Jayaseelan
  • Nawab Shah
  • Arjai
  • Singampuli
  • Sendrayan
  • Sharat Kumar
  • Kamaraj