Kuttey (transl. Dogs) is a 2023 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film directed by Aasmaan Bhardwaj, in his directorial debut. It is produced by Vishal Bhardwaj Films, T-Series Films and Luv Films. The film stars an ensemble cast of Tabu, Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Radhika Madan, Konkona Sen Sharma, Kumud Mishra and Shardul Bhardwaj.It was theatrical released on 13 January 2023.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?Kuttey 2022 Full Movie Download
Somewhat uneven and unable to shake off its Kaminey hangover – which is inevitable because the twisted, blood-soaked thriller is produced, co-written and scored by Vishal Bhardwaj – Aasmaan Bhardwaj’s Kuttey works just fine as a stylised, sly and politically-inflected parable about a world that sits on a ticking time bomb (to be precise, a hand-grenade).With its frequent time overlaps and sharp perspective shifts, Kuttey occasionally tempers its scorching pace and comes close to being a pertinent commentary on a universe driven askew by human greed, perfidy and desperation. The analogies that it presents for this purpose centres squarely on the behaviour of animals in the wild.The screenplay, co-written by the first-time director, employs doses of wicked humour and banks upon an ensemble cast that revels in digging their teeth into the dark material to lay bare all the ugliness concealed by the smokescreen of nationhood, the lip-service to law and order and the status-quoist bulwark that people in power seek to protect at all costs.The question that Kuttey asks, if only tangentially, is: whose nation is this and who are we trying it protect it from? In a brief prelude that creates a context for the free-for-all that follows, an arrested Naxalite asserts when a cop asks her if it is freedom from the nation that she is fighting for: This nation does not belong to you and your master alone, it is ours too.