Tumbbad Quick Movie Review: Tale Of Greed, Greed And Greed.

Author : Team Bollywood Bee

Director: Rahi Anil Barve
Cast: Sohum Shah, Anita Date, Mohammad Samad, Ronjini Chakraborty
Runtime: 104 mins

Tumbbad is split into three parts and takes place in the early 20th century. In the first part, we meet our protagonist Vinayak as a young boy who is too curious and greedy for his own good, and eventually, he and his mother leave the cursed village of Tumbbad. In part two, we see Vinayak return as a grown man to retrieve the treasure. In the third part of “Tumbbad,” our protagonist has his own home and family and begins to pass down his traditions to his eldest son.
Sohum Shah who plays a Maharashtrian Brahmin fails to pick up the Marathi accent which was rightly done by Ranveer Singh in Bajirao Mastani, thus fails to take us to his make-believe world.
The VFX was very amateurish at the beginning of the movie and one may lose interest.
The script has cracks as they leave the questions to be answered in the second half and forget to answer a few important ones.
We give Tumbbad 1.5 stars and a sting for its shraap.


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