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Kaccha Limboo Review

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 Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:IBNLive

It’ll take nerves of steel to sit through the entire duration of ‘Kaccha Limboo’, an overly long and meandering mess of a movie, directed by Bheja Fry’s Sagar Bellary. Lost somewhere inside that mess, however, is a terrific idea. Despite the clunky dialogue and the wooden acting, there are some genuinely poignant moments in the first half, which sticks to Shambhu’s misadventures at school. It’s the second half however that quickly goes south.In the end, this is an irresponsible, amateurishly made film that could have been so much better. I’m going with one-and-a-half out of five for director Sagar Bellary’s ‘Kaccha Limboo’. Feel free to miss this one completely!

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Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:Bollywood Hungama

KACCHA LIMBOO suffers due to a sketchy screenplay, also penned by Ballary. In fact, the post-interval portions ruin the impact that was beautifully created after a fairly engrossing first hour. One only expects Ballary to come up with a much better second hour, but you feel exasperated after a point. The film ends abruptly, leaving the viewer wondering what really happened.On the whole, KACCHA LIMBOO comes across as an unripe and undeveloped effort. Disappointing!

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  Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Anupama Chopra Site:NDTV

True to its name, Kaccha Limboo is an unripened film. Director Sagar Ballary tosses many ideas together but doesn’t let them mature. The result is an over-long film that meanders all over the place but still doesn’t manage to say anything substantial. Kaccha Limboo could have broken new ground but its insights are few and far between. See it if you must.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Sheikh Ayaz Site:Rediff

But far beyond that, Kaccha Limboo is still an original film with a just-about-fine first half and disappointingly weak, no-focus second. But original doesn’t necessarily spell convincing. The achievements of Kaccha Limboo, if any, are the authenticity, the life-likeness of the central characters of Shambhu and Vitthal.Sadly, instead of building on it, or maybe because the director’s trying to develop the camaraderie into something ever-lasting, Kaccha Limboo drags with a total lack of focus. What Sagar Ballary failed in, is making Kaccha Limboo into a film that could improve his material sourced from life. Perhaps, his own.

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