'Dulquer Salmaan' gave a good performance as 'Kurup'. Nowhere to make a point out. 'Dulquer Salmaan' should be praised for his outstanding screen presence. He was the backbone of this crime drama.
Shobhita's performance in the popular role as Dulquer's wife is okay. Indrajith Sukumaran, Shine Tom, Sunny Wayne and Bharat Nivas did full justice to their roles.
The music provided by Sushin Shyam drove the film forward. The songs provided by Sushin are good, mostly situational songs. The background score is at the next level. The cinematography provided by Nimish Ravi is very good.
He brought a rustic texture to many places with his lighting setup. The story presented by Jitin K Jose is simple but new. KS Arvind and Daniel Soyuz wrote the screenplay and dialogues for the film. They worked out well. Vivek Harshan Editing is sharp. Construction values are very good.
Set in the 70s, the story shows Kurup's journey from Army Man to a notorious criminal. Dulquer Salmaan's acting and mannerisms are well done. Taking Srinath Rajendran is well-liked by the audience. For those who love crime dramas, Kurup feels like an engaging crime drama.