Gattu (2012)

Hindi 1 hrs 20 mins Children
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Total Reviews: 14
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Review Summary: GATTU speaks to both the kids and adults. Films like these which aren't made to appease the box-office

Average Critic Rating: (3.11)
Cast: Mohammad Samad , Naresh Kumar , Jayant Das
Director: Rajan Khosa
Release Date: 20 Jul 2012
Est. Box Office Collection: 0.2 CR

Plot: Gattu is a 2012 Hindi film directed by Rajan Khosa, which gained high recognition in the Film Festival circuit. Khosa is most known for his previous film Dance of the Wind (1997). Read more

Gattu - Top Reviews

GATTU speaks to both the kids and adults. Films like these which aren't made to appease the box-office
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
An illiterate street boy has only one ambition – to fly kites and reign supreme in the blue skies. And he will turn around everything in his small world to string his dream together.
Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
Cast:Jayanta Das, Harshit, MohitDirector:Rajan KhosaGattu, directed by Rajan Khosa, is an optimistic and uplifting tale of an orphaned street kid and the one great passion that keeps his spirit alive even in the bleakest of times.Set in a small town in No
Rajeev Masand, IBN 

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Gattu - All Reviews

An endearing peep into a child’s life!
IANS Team, Bollywood Life
The well crafted plot, the actor, the director and cinematography is brilliant as a package
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
Moreover, it is also preassumed that it won't strike any false note.
India Glitz
Gattu is a story which will bring forth the situation of rural India and it strikes a chord with the millions of underprivileged children in India.The main protagonist of the film is Gattu (Mohammad Samad) who is an orphan. He is looked after by a scrap d
Deepti Assnani, Movie Zadda
It took Gattu just a little less than two hours to prove it.
Preeti Arora, Rediff 
Gattu portrays heart-warming moments within and outside the school premise. While making a fervent pitch for every child to attend school, the narrative never misses out on a chance for a bit of fun on the fringes. Gattu is an endearing peep into a child'
Gattu is not a fantasy, yet it's magical. It's a really wonderful, sweet and touching film.
Janhavi Samant, Mid-Day
Gattu is yet another gem that Hindi film industry can be proud of. A definite watch for people of all age groups.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
Films with children as the main characters are no longer a rarity. Thank god for that! It’s imperative that our cinema cultivate a culture of entertainment that children can empathize with without the content becoming overpowering in its message-mongering