Katiyabaaz

Katiyabaaz

3.2 357 Ratings

Directed by : Deepti Kakkar , Fahad Mustafa

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  • Critics Rating 3.8/5
  • MJ Rating 3.7/5
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plot

 Katiyabaaz is a documentary film about the electrical supply shortage in an industrial suburb of Kanpur, India. The story unfurls along miles of tangled copper wires which mirror the diabolical complexity which unfolds in several towns and cities across the country. A picture emerges of a modern dystopia encompassing urban d...more

Verdict

“Katiyaabaz is a spectacularly shot documentary that captures the essence of crippling small town problems in our country. This gripping, witty and powerful film will change your perspective on power cuts. Watch it. ”

Katiyabaaz Credit & Casting

Loha Singh

Katiyabaaz Box Office

  • Gross: INR 0.10 cr.
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Katiyabaaz Audience Review

Pocket sized dynamite!

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Every now & then, a small film comes by that deserves to be watched. Katiyabaaz is one such film. Telling a story that we all know but have not seen through this lens, the film is moviing at times & powerful for the most of it.

 

Pros:


1. A taut documentary thats almost a disguised thriller.

2. Some brilliant lives to delve into, especially Loha Singh & Ritu Maheshwari

3. Phenomenal camerawork that makes it an engaging fare

4. Great background score to compliment the film.

 

Cons:


1. The film gets slow in parts but picks up pace again.

2. Not the most exciting premise for a docu, i.e. power problems.

 

 

Overall, its a great film, one that should be given its due. Only issue was that I wasn't in the mood to watch a docuemntary but if thats your drift, run now!

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