Kuttey Movie Reviews

Read Hindi Movie Kuttey Reviews Starring Tabu, Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Radhika Madan, Konkona Sen Sharma.

Kuttey Review

Ratings: 5.1/10

Reviews Counted: 28
: 11 | : 17

Director: Aasmaan Bhardwaj
Producer: Vishal Bhardwaj, Luv Ranjan, Bhushan Kumar
Writer: Aasmaan Bhardwaj, Vishal Bhardwaj
Genre: Action, Thriller
Release Date: 13 January 2023

Monika Rawal Kukreja | Hindustan Times: n/a ⇨ 3.5/5
An entertaining, raw and wild tale of bloodthirsty people ... Full Review

Ronak Kotecha | Times of India: 3.5/5
Kuttey isn't exactly a deep, dark satire made to perfection, yet it is a wildly entertaining mishmash of guns, goons and gaalis ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: n/a ⇨ 2/5
All bark and no bite ... Full Review

Deepanjana Pal | Film Companion: n/a ⇨ 2/5
Nepotism Can Get You Tabu and a Star Cast, But it Won’t Save a Film that’s Going to the Dogs ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 1.5/5
Every time the pulsating ‘dhan-ta-naa’ comes on, and it does frequently, you flash back to the grungy delights of ‘Kaminey’, waiting for the feeble, contrived proceedings in front of you to pass ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 3/5
Tabu is supported well by Kumud Mishra. Arjun Kapoor, Radhika Madan and Shardul Bharadwaj go with the flow without missing a beat ... Full Review

Bollywood Hungama: 3/5
KUTTEY rests on an interesting concept and strong performances but suffers from excessive violence and usage of cuss words ... Full Review

Shubham Kulkarni | Koimoi: 4/5
The art of writing characters in a way that the first 2 minutes of their screentime explain to you where they come from is rare. Aasmaan has it. It is Tabu’s world and we are just living in it rent-free ... Full Review

FirstPost: 2/5
Kuttey needed some meat to bark. The film doesn’t have a very convincing storyline and that is the bottom line. The script is terrible and by just using cuss words and showing violence, if debutant director Aasman Bharadwaj thought that Kuttey will work, then he is sadly mistaken ... Full Review

India Today: 3/5
The ensemble cast was one of the most interesting things about the film. As one could expect, the performances are indeed the strong suit in the film. It is Kumud Mishra and Arjun Kapoor who gets the most screen time, and both will leave you impressed ... Full Review

Anuj Kumar | The Hindu: n/a ⇨ 2.5/5
Electric in parts, but lacks bite, has fiery dialogues and the writing manages to create an intriguing premise, but the whole turns out to be less than the sum of its parts ... Full Review

Sukanya Verma | Rediff: 2/5
Kuttey's muddled momentum cannot cover up the trail of loopholes it leaves behind ... Full Review

Uday Bhatia | Live Mint: n/a ⇨ 2/5
Barking dogs don't bite. Aasmaan Bhardwaj's thriller expends a lot of energy but ends up a laboured patchwork ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: n/a ⇨ 2/5
Harmless bark, little bite ... Full Review

Deccan Herald: 3/5
Overall, it’s a decent watch and a much-needed film with hushed political tones that aren’t as serious and logical as they could be ... Full Review

Devesh Sharma | Filmfare: 3/5
The film ticks most boxes but lacks the gravitas we’ve come to be associated with Vishal Bhardwaj’s films. This is only his first film and hence one can overlook the hiccups ... Full Review

Shilajit Mitra | Cinema Express: 2/5
An amateurish caper with an undeserving cast. Aasmaan Bhardwaj’s directorial debut has no style, signature or substance of its own ... Full Review

ABP Live: 3.5/5
The utterly unexpected twist, which I'm willing to bet no one will see coming, and the fresh approach to the grab-and-run sub-genre are the reasons to see 'Kuttey' ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | The Federal: n/a ⇨ 2.5/5
Every frame, every moment of Kuttey is designed to impress, sometimes at the risk of making it overstuffed or indulgent. The film possesses the kind of style that sacrifices substance ... Full Review

Carla Hay | Culture Mix: n/a ⇨ 2/5
Kuttey wants to be a complex story about a corrupt police officer, but it tries to do too much with a silly plot that gets more ridiculous as it goes along. The movie's film editing is also very sloppy, with repeated mishandling of flashback scenes ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | Screen International: n/a ⇨ 2/5
The promise of a wild ride eventually ends up as a disappointingly tame affair, failing to deliver a punch and lacking a vital sense of fun ... Full Review

India TV: 2/5
First off, Kuttey does not have a very convincing or intriguing storyline. It also wastes an enormous amount of talent on the big screen ... Full Review

Manisha Lakhe/Sanjukta Sharma | Money Control: n/a ⇨ 2.5/5
Tabu manages to shine as jaded cop, even in a half-baked film with pointless gore ... Full Review

Tanul Thakur | The Wire: n/a ⇨ 2/5
There’s a Disconnect Between What ‘Kuttey’ Is and What It Wants To Be. I don’t remember the last time I kept hoping for a Bollywood film to get better, and it only got worse ... Full Review

The Quint: n/a ⇨ 2/5
The film is, at the end of the day, still all about bullets, gore, and glory, tapping into Tarantino-esque shooting sequences. But for a film that impressed with its trailer, the complete experience is a letdown with immense (ignored) potential for success ... Full Review

Shomini Sen | WIONews: n/a ⇨ 2.5/5
Tabu is stunning in a very average film. 'Kuttey' follows Vishal Bhardwaj's template. It's dark, slightly comical and has an intentionally chaotic climax (similar to 'Kaminey') but it isn't quite as impactful ... Full Review

PinkVilla: 3/5
Kuttey does entertain and enthral, but in parts. The film was capable of a lot more and doesn’t optimise its potential ... Full Review

Lens Men Reviews: n/a ⇨ 3.5/5
A Black Comedy That Impresses You With Its Craft and Political Commentary ... Full Review

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