Titli | Movie Review 30 Oct 2015   541


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Star Cast: Shashank Arora, Ranvir Shorey, Amit Sial, Shivani Raghuvanshi
Directed by: Kanu Behl
Genre: Drama
Duration: 1 hour 57 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Right from the opening scene, Titli snatches you from the safe and secure confines of your home and drops you amidst the violent chaos, caused by the crime inflicting dysfunctional family…
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Mid-Day:

Right from the opening scene Kanu Behl, the debut director of this film, goes straight for your gut and unapologetically wrenches it out, even as he introduces you to a dysfunctional family living in Delhi. The family consists of three brothers and their father living in a shambled…
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Hindustan Times (HT):

If you are familiar with the noxious, dark underbelly of Delhi, director Kanu Behl’s Titli hits you in the guts right from the first frame. Because it is about a world that co-exists right in our midst, a world so lowly that we ignore but never forget while driving back…
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NDTV Movies:

A slow-burning, searing crime drama that shuns the conventional trappings of the genre, first-time director Kanu Behl’s Titli is a remarkably sure-footed film…
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The Indian Express:

A family is not always a haven. It does not always cherish and nourish. It can suck ​out ​ your soul, and whistle as it spits your husk out. That’s what the father and brothers of Titli, the young protagonist in the film that bears his name…
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India Today:

Produced by Yash Raj Films and Dibakar Banerjee Productions, Titli features not the most likeable heroes. The eponymous protagonist, played ably by Shashank Arora, is introduced wearing a t-shirt with ‘Helter Skelter’ inscribed on it. It is a fitting word to describe his life too…
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Rediff:

Titli is a solid directorial debut but it could have been so much more, feels Raja Sen. There’s a world of difference between red and maroon. You might not expect him to know that distinction, but Vikram does…
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Glamsham:

TITLI is dark, grim and disturbingly scary. The best part is that director Kanu Behl stays true to the genre, never once veering away from the intended impact he wanted to have on the audience…
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