Kaccha Limboo (2011)

Hindi Comedy, Children
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Review Summary: Hindi cinema is going through a major metamorphosis. Innovative ideas and fresh stories are being developed and executed by Gen X storytellers.

Average Critic Rating: (1.73)
Cast: Vinay Pathak , Sarika , Chinmay Kambli , Armaan Malik , Atul Kulkarni , Taheer Sutarwala , Rajesh Khattar , Iravati Harshe , Bhairavi Goswami
Director: Sagar Ballary
Release Date: 18 Feb 2011

Kaccha Limboo - Top Reviews

Hindi cinema is going through a major metamorphosis. Innovative ideas and fresh stories are being developed and executed by Gen X storytellers.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Hindi cinema is going through a major metamorphosis. Innovative ideas and fresh stories are being developed and executed by Gen X storytellers.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY
Cast:Taheer Sutarwala, Atul Kulkarni, Sarika, Vinay PathakDirector:Sagar BellaryIt'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 so
Rajeev Masand, IBN 
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
Ballary earnestly recreates the textures of the early teen years: the awkwardness, the necessity of belonging, the acute boredom in class and the excitement of first crushes. Sutterwala and some of the other children, many of them first-timers, are unaffe
Anupama Chopra, NDTV 
Thirteen-year-old Shambhu (Taher Sutterwala) is the archetypal adolescent who wants to get a hold on life but ends up all awkward antsy and alienated both from the bizarre adult world and the bullying peer world.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India

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Kaccha Limboo - All Reviews

Director : Music : Starring :Sagar Ballary  Amardeep Nijjer  Vinay Pathak, Rukhsar, Chinmay Kambli, Armaan Malik, Taheer Sutarwala, Rajesh Khattar, Iravati Harshe, Bhairavi Goswami Atul Kulkarni and SarikaKaccha Limboo Movie Review February 17, 2011 12:27
Pankaj Sabnani, Glam Sham
Every generation deserves its own phrasegenerating movie that is made keeping children in mind. Those which have stayed for long and will remain are Satyen Bose 'Jagriti' (1954), Gulzar's 'Kitaab' (1977) and Nagesh Kukunoor's 'Rockford' (1999). Because they were made keeping children in mind and amazingly ended up with 'for all ages' tag.
India Glitz
What Sagar Ballary failed in, is making Kaccha Limboo into a film that could improve his material sourced from life. Perhaps, his own.
Shaikh Ayaz, Rediff 
 Could have been better
Bharat Student
You could skip it!
Komal Nahta, Koi Moi
Kaccha Limboo demands a watch for some moments and the performances. But these apart it falls back as a mediocre project. Don't expect it to keep you entertained all the while.
Noyon Jyoti Parasara, Now Running
With the number of kid centric movies releasing since the past two years, you would think that they somehow got it right and started making some realistic and entertaining kid centric movies. Well, one out of two is not actually bad, and Kaccha Limboo at
Roy Daniel D'Silva, Movie Zadda