Chauthi Koot Review, Rating, Audience Response, Hit or Flop – Punjabi Film: It evokes the atmosphere of suspicion, fear and paranoia of the Punjab in 1980s. It considers two loosely connected incidents: two Hindu friends trying to get to Amritsar and, some months earlier, a farmer who is told he has to kill the family dog. One story flows into the other and back – like a relay race one character passing on the baton to another.
Chauthi Koot Punjabi Movie Review, Rating, Audience Response, Hit or Flop
Actor-director Nandita Das has lauded Chauthi Koot, the first Punjabi language film which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015. She says the movie is “amazingly pure, honest and cinematic”.
“Saw Chauthi Koot Amazingly pure, honest and cinematic. It’s releasing tomorrow, August 5. Do see if you are open to watching a different kind of film, if you want to support independent cinema and if you care about diverse stories,” Nandita wrote.
NDTV posted the review of the movie as “In speaking up for a hapless populace that lived through Punjab’s purgatory, Chauthi Koot helps Punjabi cinema take a leap that is probably even more significant and daring than the one that Gurvinder Singh’s debut film represented.
Chauthi Koot Punjabi Movie 1st Day Collection
Right at the beginning of Chauthi Koot, we meet two men in the dead of night in a desolate railway station. No dialogues are spoken but the urgency is palpable. They must somehow board the train if they have any chance of reaching Amritsar, we gather. The movie is expected to do good business in Punjabi. Totle Collection will be updated soon.
The film has been produced by Kartikeya Singh under his banner The Film Café along with France based Catherine Dussart of Catherine Dussart Productions and National Film Development Corporation (India).