Director: Anand Gandhi, Rahi Anil Barve
Writer: Mitesh Shah, Adesh Prasad, Rahi Anil Barve, Narayan Dharap
Stars: Sohum Shah, Jyoti Malshe, Anita Date-Kelkar, Ronjini Chakraborty, Deepak Damle, Nithish, Cameron Anderson, Mohammad Samad
Tumbbad is a period movie based on old times when India was under British Empire. This movie is based on a real existing village named ‘TUMBBAD’ and a fictional story is written around it.
This movie is about a palace in which enormous gold is present but the journey is very dangerous and the whole incident occurs around it. The movie contains very few adult scenes.
Positive Points: This Movie has a lot of positive points that can not be explained in reviews, but a suitable word for this movie will be ‘MASTERPIECE’.
This movie portrays the old Indian lifestyle of common people very intelligently and The Fear you feel while watching is extreme. Hindi Cinema Had not produced a cult horror film for a long time but Tumbbad was a break from it. It was highly underrated when released but when it came to OTT word of mouth increased its popularity. The plot is very unique and its connection with Hindu mythology is just fabulous.
Title Track of This Movie works like a fear transmitter and a twist in the climax will blow your mind. It’s a perfect movie to watch if you are craving something new concept. Acting Done By Actors Is Very Good and Film also gives a very beautiful moral message.
The cinematography is over the top and the regional accent actors had grasped was fantastic. The dark theme and rain shots make it more horrifying but this movie got really less recognition.
Negative Points: There is no Negative Point in This Movie, But the Genre is Subjective. If someone likes horror/mystery-type movies it’s gold for them but if someone watches only to find mistakes it’s a different thing.