Halkaa (2018) (2018)

Hindi 1 hrs 54 mins Drama
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Total Reviews: 12
Sahi: 0 Nahi: 12

Review Summary: 'Halkaa' represents too much forced message, too little character development

Average Critic Rating: (1.75)
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Plot: Halkaa (Relief) is a unique take on a slum child's heroism, aspirations and dreams. The child protagonist, Pichku fights for the basic problem that he faces everyday; defecating in the open among others.... Read more

Halkaa (2018) - Movie Reviews

A little lad called Pichku cannot defecate in the open like everyone else in the slums. He wants privacy which is hard to come by when they live such desperate lives. While grown ups in the slum are trying to scam the government for the money given to build toilets, this little boy with two friends dreams and works hard to save money to build one. An awful tale about shitting told crappily. This is worse than government funded propaganda films...
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A little lad called Pichku cannot defecate in the open like everyone else in the slums. He wants privacy which is hard to come by when they live such desperate lives. While grown ups in the slum are trying to scam the government for the money given to build toilets, this little boy with two friends dreams and works hard to save money to build one. An awful tale about shitting told crappily. This is worse than government funded propaganda films...
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However, despite the decent performances, watching a boy’s aversion to stench for almost two hours is anything but relieving.
Times of India
A forcefully cliched Mission Toilet
A forcefully cliched Mission Toilet
However, despite the decent performances, watching a boy’s aversion to stench for almost two hours is anything but relieving.
Times of India
a laboured, unimaginative attempt
The Hindu
It’s hard to mix realism and fantasy and the film falters in achieving the right balance.
Filmfare
It’s really unfortunate that filmmakers of Nila Madhab Panda’s caliber have whittled down their craft in order to curry favour with an autocratic government!
Free Press Journal
It’s hard to mix realism and fantasy and the film falters in achieving the right balance.
Filmfare
a laboured, unimaginative attempt
The Hindu
It’s really unfortunate that filmmakers of Nila Madhab Panda’s caliber have whittled down their craft in order to curry favour with an autocratic government!
Free Press Journal