Veerappu is a 2007 Tamil action drama film directed by Badri in his directorial debut. The film starred director Sundar C in his second movie acting in the lead role, along with Gopika, Prakash Raj, Vivek, and Santhanam. The music was composed by D. Imman, while editing was done by Mu. Kasi Vishwanathan. It is the Tamil remake of the Malayalam blockbuster movie Spadikam by Bhadran.

Directed byBadri
Produced byKrishnamoorthy Vijayakumar
Sujatha Vijayakumar
Written byBadri
Story byBhadran
Based onSpadikam - Malayalam movie 1995
StarringSundar C
Prakash Raj
Music byD. Imman
CinematographyK. S. Selvaraj
Edited byMu. Kasi Vishwanathan
Home Media [P].Ltd
Distributed byAvni Cinemax
Release date
27 July 2007


The story revolves around an ego clash between father and son. Pulippandi (Sundar C) is a local rowdy and the son of a math teacher Vedhukannu (Prakash Raj). Vedhukannu hates Puli for being a rowdy and not being proficient in math. As part of a flashback, it is shown that young Puli was very good in physics, but his father, being a math teacher, wanted him to excel in math, which he was unable to do. As a result of repeated physical and mental abuse, Puli takes the wrong route to grow up. In the meantime, rival gangs and police try to kill him, but he is accidentally saved by his half-sister, a daughter from an affair that his father had. Puli helps his half-sister in return for her unexpected help and vouches for her safety. The rival gangs kill her and put the blame on his father. How Puli brings the truth to light and unites with his family completes the rest of the movie.



The soundtrack was composed by D. Imman.[1]

Soundtrack album by
D. Imman
GenreFeature film soundtrack
D. Imman chronology
Naan Avanillai
Song Title Singers Lyrics
"Puliya Kili Jeyicha" Harish Raghavendra, Madhushree K. S. Selvaraj
"Roundukatti Adi" Bhargavi
"Poona Varuveero" Jey
"Mathematical Expression (Kanakku)" Manikka Vinayagam
"Poona Varuveero – Remix" D. Imman, Jey


Sify wrote "On the whole Veerappu, is a clean family entertainer with a nice message, worth a look."[2] Behindwoods wrote "Debutant director Badri, has nothing new to offer for the paying public and the screenplay runs in a set predictable path. Some twists and turns in the storyline could have helped in a big way."[3] Rediff wrote "The yarn has been 'commercially treated' to suit Tamil sensibilities one would be led to believe. Save for the fast paced moments towards the climax and the punctuations of stunt scenes, the result is slow and too pat."[4] Thiraipadam wrote "the film, inspite of unimpressive casting, passes muster."[5]

Box officeEdit

Veerappu was a commercial success grossing $2 million at the box office.[6]


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