Synopsis/Plot : A van carrying crores of cash. One rainy night in the outskirts of Mumbai. Unaware of each other, three stray gangs cross paths on the hunt. Unfortunately, all of them have the same plan. It`s every man for himself, all the dogs after one bone. Will these dogs bite the bone or will they lose to greed?
Who Let The Dogs Out?
The first-time director has a flair for cynicism and conversation, but needs to work on the synergy of his storytelling. In Kuttey, he relies too much on his influences. In his next, I hope he comes completely into his own.(more)
Source: Sukenya Verma, Rediff.com
Tabu Delivers Another Unblemished Performance In Twisted Thriller
Tabu, who delivers another unblemished performance, is supported admirably well by Kumud Mishra. Arjun Kapoor, Radhika Madan and Shardul Bharadwaj go along with the flow of the wild tale without missing a beat, while Naseeruddin Shah and Konkona Sen Sharma do full justice to their limited roles. ...(more)
Source: Saibal Chatterjee, NDTV Movies
An entertaining, raw and wild tale of bloodthirsty people
Amid this mixed bag of performances, what truly stands out in Kuttey is the background music. The album composed by Vishal with lyrics penned by Gulzar sahab, each song seems aptly placed in the story and only takes it forward. And the way Kuttey plays out Vishal's iconic Dhan Te Nan in the backgrou...(more)
Source: Monika Rawal Kukreja, Hindustan Times