Desi Kattey (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 11 Critic Reviews | Suniel Shetty, Jay Bhanushali, Ashutosh Rana

cast:

Suniel Shetty, Jay Bhanushali, Akhil Kapur, Sasha Agha, Tia Bajpai, Ashutosh Rana

direction:

Desi Kattey (2014) Hindi Movie PosterAnand Kumar

story:

Aaryaan Saxena

screenplay:

Aaryaan Saxena

dialogue:

cinematography:

S. R. Sathish Kumar

music:

Kailash Kher

produced by:

Anand Kumar

language:

Hindi

Weird Aggregate Rating Desi Kattey 1.9/10genre:

Action, Drama

release date:

26-September-2014
run time:
145 Minutes


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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times of India -Madhureeta Mukherjee Rating-3
This one rips into the heart of the hinterland once again - with homegrown bullets, gundas and of course, other desi toppings (read: item number!). Simply put, it's a convoluted tale of two friends looking down from different sides of the same smoking barrel.

  •  Bollywood Hungama Rating-3
Somewhere in the late nineties, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma made a film by the name of SATYA, which eventually gave rise to a new genre of filmmaking which dealt with guns, underworld and likes. This also gave rise to many aspiring filmmakers who jumped onto this bandwagon and

  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-2
Small UP town. Powerful local ‘bahubali’. Gun-running ‘ganda dhanda’. Small kids growing up in a criminalised atmosphere to become gunslingers: each item gets ticked off in this hideously loud film. Gyani (Jay Bhanushali) and Paali (Akhil Kapur) are best friends, and their ambition

  •  Rediff -Sukanya Verma Rating-2
A game of connect-the-dots on a blank sheet is how I can best sum up Anand Kumar’s giant bore named Desi Kattey. Everything happens so randomly in this story of two childhood friends who grow up to become ace marksmen in the world of crime.  If one (Jay Bhanushali) wants to make

  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-0
What script? The writers watched Gunday and thought probably copying the swagger into a low budget film will fetch them easy bucks. However, copying well is an art that most writers in Bollywood haven’t got a hang of. Desi Kattey copies Gunday for most part but doesn’t do so wisely

  •  CNN IBN -Prajakta Hebbar Rating-2
Director Anand Kumar's latest film 'Desi Kattey' hit the screens today. Starring television actor Jay Bhanushali and Vinod Khanna's nephew Akhil Kapur in leading roles, the film touches several genres: from romance, thriller, friendship, betrayal and sportsmanship; to patriotism and terrorism.

  •  Hindustan Times -Sweta Kaushal Rating-1
First up, it has an apology of a plot that falls flat on its face right from the word go: It's about two orphans (Akhil and Jay) in a village in Uttar Pradesh, who make country-made pistols (therefore the film's title). Don't ask us where have you seen something similar in Bollywood.

  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-0
I bet, if you show Dharmendra fans this movie they are bound to say, ''Kattey, mein tera khoon pi jaonga.'' In fact, that would just be a mild reaction to describe DESI KATTEY that has undergone the process of film-making and has finally gone through the censors for a release!

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-2
You'd think it's virtually impossible to combine a Gunday-style exaggerated Eastern buddy flick with a fictional sports biopic with a dated 90s gangland drama. But Anand Kumar's Desi Kattey (presented by The Real Estate Guru), an outrageous exercise in anti-screenwriting, greedily does

  •  The W14 -Mayank Shekhar Rating-2
Films like these are supposed to be hard-hitting. Once they begin to hit you on your head, it usually becomes quite hard to recover for a while. But this one takes things a little further. I speak from experience. I’m still feeling dizzy. You see before you the badlands of Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh

  •  Book My Show -Teena Elizabeth Rating-4
Two best friends, Gyani (Jay Bhanushali) and Pali (Akhil Kapur) grow up in the small town of Kanpur in UP. Playing and dealing with ‘desi kattey‘ (country-made pistols) since childhood, they desire to be the crime lords under the chatrachaya of Judge Saab (Ashutosh Rana).

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