In Kaccha Limboo, Taher is a school-going kid who has problems at home as well as in school. One day, he runs away from school and home. He befriends street kids who steal for a living. Read the review to find out what happens thereafter.
Kaccha Limboo Reviews
In the end, this is an irresponsible, amateurishly made film that could have been so much better. I'm going with one-and-a-half out of five for director Sagar Bellary's 'Kaccha Limboo'. Feel free to miss this one completely!
Decades after The 400 Blows wowed cineastes, Truffaut reflected, "Cinema is not a sad imitation of life. It's an improvement on life." What Sagar Ballary failed in, is making Kaccha Limboo into a film that could improve his material sourced from life. Perhaps, his own.
Kaccha Limboo could have broken new ground but its insights are few and far between. See it if you must.
On the whole, Kaccha Limboo is good but only in parts. It loses track midway after which it is just not able to come back on track. At the box-office, it will not be able to make any mark whatsoever.
On the whole, KACCHA LIMBOO comes across as an unripe and undeveloped effort. Disappointing!