Kuttey Review: 

Vishal Bhardwaj’s Custodian Rises, Tabu Sets Out To Rewrite Another Decade Of Cinema With Gulzar Sahab & The Team Only Flourishes

What's Good?

The confidence with which Aasmaan decides to take his legacy ahead but also adds his essence to it. I am here for Tabu’s Bollywood takeover era and can someone make me meet Gulzar Sahab, please?

What's Bad?

Not bad, but there was scope to add more but then Aasmaan is also clever to not let his vision branch out in a way that it ends up purposeless.

Don’t even dare!

Loo Break:

If Vishal Bhardwaj telling indulging stories with his ideology represented without making it preachy are your gig, here is his son taking ahead the legacy with his touch.

Watch or Not?

It is Tabu’s world and we are just living in it rent-free. The actor is out on cinema domination and how.

Arjun Kapoor plays a corrupt police officer who is also religious and observes fast on Tuesdays. He breaks that fast and worships the god before he takes a gun and butchers an entire party for money

Kuttey is a film aware about its purpose and too clever for a debutant filmmaker. We have a successor to the Bhardwaj legacy and that must be celebrated.

Last words:

Kuttey review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Shubham Kulkarni