Synopsis/Plot : Based in Delhi, the film is about a young boy called Titli, who's brought up in a fierce family of thieves and just wants to escape from his unpleasant world. To search a way out amidst all this, he unites with his pseudo wife Neelu who has similar dreams of defying the family roots and be free. Will both of them be able to achieve the true freedom they desire for is the question that the film asks!
Kanu Behl's promising debut is a riveting account of survival, unfulfilled dreams, emotional meltdowns and crime. Set in Delhi's dystopic underbelly, the film terrifyingly lingers in your mind long after you've seen it(more)
Source: Renuka Vyavahare, Times Of India
This is the best Hindi film of the year so far
Kanu Behl�s Titli is the most impressive film of this year so far. Its tryst with reality will keep you hooked till the end, to say the least.(more)
Source: Rohit Vats, Hindustan Times
Titli is an impressive directorial debut
Siddharth Dewan�s cinematography is voyeuristically intrusive, with some strikingly poignant compositions highlighting the film�s authentic art-direction. This is a stirringly solid directorial debut.(more)
Source: Raja Sen, Rediff.com
It's all about choosing between a known devil and an unknown devil
Strong, yet restrained performances mark Kanu Behl's debut. One look at Ranvir (even before the violence comes to light) and you know there's a feral beast waiting to be set loose. The complexly written Bawla, played by Sial, leaves much to the viewer's imagination. He remains a mystery throughout.(more)
Source: Editorial board, DNA
The fight or flight dilemma!
Director Kanu Behl weaves a sordid story about this dysfunctional family where there is as much love as hate, as much violence as there are hints of tenderness. The shifting equations between characters has us riveted throughout, and it's hugely exciting to see how each character finds love and betr...(more)
Source: Sonai Chopra , Bollywood Hungama
This Ranvir Shorey � Shashank Arora masterpiece is not for the faint-hearted!
The makers don�t dumb down or spoon feed things to their viewers. The film is filled with such brilliant sequences. Father played by Lalit Behl delivers a power packed performance only with his quaint mannerisms and occasional one liners. Watching this film will definitely broaden your horizons(more)
Source: Preeti Kulkarni, Bollywood Life
Titli hauntingly succeeded as a Human Interest Story and with compelling Direction. A Powerful debut of the Director made expectations looking on for his next. The shocking and clenching Writing with painstaking details delivered a painful and hard hitting view, gave a bittersweet experience. Everyt... (more)