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Yash Raj Film presents a Dibakar Banerjee production, directed by Kanu Behl.


30 Oct, 2015
1 hrs 56 mins
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In the badlands of Delhi`s underbelly, Titli, the youngest member of a violent car-jacking brotherhood, plots a desperate bid to escape the `family business`. His schemes are thwarted by his unruly brothers, who marry him off against his will. But Titli finds an unlikely ally in his new wife, Neelu, who nurtures her own frustrated dreams. They form a strange, mutually exploitative pact to break the stranglehold of their family roots. But is escape the same as freedom?
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Verdict: Cheer as you squirm in your seat. Hope dies a slow death with Titli but let that not be the reason you decide to give the latest from the school of Dibakar Banerjee a miss. After doing the rounds of various prestigious film festivals, Titli is finally here. Watch it and you know all []... ...Read full review
At one point in Kanu Behl`s severely grim dysfunctional-family tale, Vikram (Ranvir Shorey), the oldest and most vicious of the three brothers, reaches the end of his tether. He is frustrated with how naive and - dare he imagine - sincere, the youngest, Titli (Shashank Arora) is, to even dream of an independent life. ...Read full review
Right from the opening scene Kanu Behl, the debut director of this film, goes straight for your gut and unapologetically wrenches it out, even as he introduces you to a dysfunctional family living in Delhi. The family consists of three brothers and their father living in a shambled home next to a `nullah` that you reach after walking through a few claustrophobic, narrow lanes. The brothers live a guilt-ridden life as they earn their living through car jacking and hitting people. ...Read full review
The hammer is a favourite weapon of aggression among the characters who form the immensely unlikeable family in Titli. They use the hammer to smash faces and in one sequence to even smash the hand of a loved one. ...Read full review