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Times of India
Veteran director Chandrakant Kulkarni is a master at showing relations on stage as well as on screen and Family Katta is a good example of that.
In showing Bhai (Prabhavalkar) and Malati’s (Gupte) efforts to unite their family, the director pays attention to the minutest of details. Be it the equations between different members of the family, the thought process of three generations or their mannerisms, the film touches upon every aspect of being a family.
There are light moments and well-thought scenes that create magic on the big screen, Of course, the actors deserve equal credit for bringing alive their characters. Gupte, who forays into film production with Family Katta, is a treat to watch. The scenes involving her and the equally brilliant Prabhavalkar are effortless. Kiran Karmarkar as the eldest brother is fantastic and so is Sai Tamhankar, the rebel. Sanjay Khapre gets a different role and makes the most of it. This also happens to be the first and only film that late music composer Aadesh Shrivastav acted in.
The beauty of Family Katta lies in its characters. These are people that each of us has come across in our lives, in the family or otherwise. This very attribute makes them relatable to the viewer. You laugh and cry when the family does and have a feeling of déjà vu seeing the behaviour of its members.
In an industry that is busy following trends most of the times, Family Katta comes as a fresh detour from the usual fare. It is not Hum Saath Saath Hain or Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, but just a simple and completely relatable story of a disjointed family. This is one katta that you should definitely spend time at and with your complete family.