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Kaccha Limbu
साध्या माणसांची 'स्पेशल' गोष्ट

Kaccha Limbu

11 Aug, 2017
1 hrs 50 mins
678 votes
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Based on a novel written by legendary Marathi writer Shri. Jaywant Dalvi, Kaccha Limbu is set in the 80's. Mr. Katdare and his wife Shaileja live with their mentally unstable son. While Mr. Katdare works perpetual night shifts at the telegraph office, Shaileja works for a private firm. Their son, Bacchu, is now 16 years old and his growing age and sexuality are a cause of concern for this couple, especially Shaileja. Mr. Katdare tries to find the solution for his problems in death, while Shaileja, in her quest for happiness, finds herself drifting towards her benign boss Mr. Pandit.

How this couple, who is on the verge of getting lost in the quagmire of their circumstances, fight their way back to sanity and togetherness is a heart warming story of this film, Kaccha Limbu, which is a term used on the Indian playgrounds to signify the underdog.
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Verdict: A path breaking black-and-white film with shades of gray. There are a plethora of movies that hit the big screen every week. But there are only a few that you can resonate with, which touch your heart in a way that you walk out of the theatre thinking about life. Directed by veteran Marathi []... ...Read full review
As far as titles go, Kaccha Limbu is an odd one. It suggests humour, but this is a serious and a profoundly disturbing film. The trailer of Kaccha Limbu reveals that it strongly resembles Natigoti, the highly acclaimed Marathi play by Jaywant Dalvi. ...Read full review
Ever since the trailer of this film released, there were high hopes riding on Kaccha Limbu. Not just because it dealt with a very different and special subject, but also because of a strong star cast (Kulkarni, Jadhav and Khedekar leading the way) and it film being the directorial debut of Prasad Oak. And boy what a debut it is! ...Read full review
A few years ago when Ravi Jadhav directorial Balak Palak became a super hit, suddenly the whole of Bollywood & others recognized Marathi cinema as an industry that is not afraid to take on bold subjects. ...Read full review