Ratings:5/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
Killa is as much a story of friendship, trust, forgiveness and grief. It makes some nice observations about childhood and the bond between a single parent and a child. You'll come out feeling a tinge of sadness, but also fully satisfied with how things turn out for our little hero. I'm going with a full five out of five for Avinash Arun's deeply moving film Killa. If there is such a thing as a perfect film, my vote goes to this one. Don't miss it. At any cost.
Ratings:3/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site:Indianexpress
The straight boy who learns to be crooked, the bad-boy gang that holds out the password, the mother who learns to negotiate tricky territories, are all excellent. Bhalerao we’ve seen before, and he’s a twinkly-eyed `badmaash’ who makes us smile; as also Subhash, who shows vulnerability and strength. Deodar, who’s never faced a camera before, wins us over. Some of the feelings that accompany a rites-of-passage film drop it into a familiar zone. In that respect, Umesh Kulkarni’s ‘Vihir’ and Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘Udaan’ had a little more sharpness and growing-pain in their coming-of-age narratives. But for all that, ‘Killa’ will stay with me, for its spectacular setting, and for its boy.
Ratings:4/5 Review By: Mihir BhanageSite:TOI
'Killa' is one of the best films to have hit screens this year and the global recognition at various film festivals that it received, stands as a precursor to the success after its theatrical release. The film comes with English subtitles and is not one to be missed under any circumstances by anyone.
Ratings:4.5/5 Review By: Raja Sen Site:Rediff.com
Killa is a deep film with lofty ambitions, and there are parts -- like the unpredictability of a moment that ends in a bite of fish -- where the film soars jawdroppingly high.Yet, I suspect the scenes that leave you awestruck aren’t the point of Killa. This is even better. This is a film you should watch for its lovely, lovely lulls.
Movie Name: Killa
Synopsis:The film revolves around an 11-year-old child who has a difficult time coping with the death of his father.
Release Dates: Jun 26, 2015
Director: Avinash Arun
Running time: 1h 50m
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