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Veerappu

Veerappu movie is the remake of Malayalam movie Yutham. Vedhakkannu (Prakash Raj) is a high school teacher who is known for his hard disciplinary ways. He has won the President’s Award for Mathematics. He doesn’t even spare his won son from his being punished. He always says that his son is the real culprit behind all the mischief that happens in the class. So he punishes him until he finds out who really played the prank.

Due to this harassment by his father, Vedhakkannu’s son turns against him and always opposes his father whatever he does. His fear of his...
 
 
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