Sulthan Full HD Tamil Movie Download :Sulthan is a 2021 Indian Tamil-language action film written and directed by Bakkiyaraj Kannan, co-produced by S. R. Prakash Babu and S. R. Prabhu under the banner Dream Warrior Pictures. The film stars Karthi and Rashmika Mandanna, marking the latter’s debut in Tamil cinema. Napoleon, Lal, Yogi Babu and Ramachandra Raju play supporting roles. The film features songs composed by Vivek–Mervin while the background score is by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The cinematography and editing were handled by Sathyan Sooryan and Ruben respectively. The film was released on 2 April 2021 in Tamil and Telugu languages.
2 april 2021
- Karthias Vikram (Sulthan)
- Rashmika Mandannaas Rukmani
- Napoleonas Sethupathi, Sulthan’s Father
- Lalas Mansoor
- Ponvannanas Rukmani’s father
- Yogi Babuas Otta lorry
- Sathishas Sulthan’s friend
- Hareesh Peradias Police Commissioner
- Ramachandra Rajuas Jayaseelan
- Nawab Shah
A man raised by gangsters attempts to change them, and a recruited task to secure a town gives him the ideal chance. The Mahabharata meets Seven Samurai in Sulthan, a firmly composed, colossally fulfilling masala film. The myth-building starts in the very first scene, a preface in which we witness the introduction of Sulthan (Karthi, compelling). There is mention of an Abhimanyu-like child imbibing its mother’s wish to turn her husband Sethupathi (Napoleon, adding gravitas to an extended cameo of a role), a dangerous criminal, and his incalculable colleagues to the right path. This still-in-the-womb baby saves everyone from an death attempt. When it is born, it is handed over to a temporary father – Mansoor Bhai (played warmly by Lal) – amidst a deluge. And when this youngster turns into a man, we get the one-line pitch of the story through a dialogue – imagine a scenario in which Krishna had stood with the Kouravas in the Mahabharta, tries to reform them? In parallel, we see
the building up of a classic masala movie trope. A couple farmers look for the administrations of these rowdies to shied them from an evil gangster (Ram, of KGF fame), who is after their terrritory. Bakkiyaraj Kannan brings these two plot lines together in a brilliant manner and establishes the pace for the rest of the film, which, not at all like his debut film, Remo, banks on writing rather than star power.