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Times of India
The film is about two classmates who fall in love with each other.
Review: Last year, Marathi films saw a barrage of teenage love stories and 'Timepass' stood out amongst those. A while ago 'Shala' too took that path. While both these films did exceedingly well, 'Katti Batti' doesn't even come close to their treatment despite being a precise copy of both.
The story revolves around Parshuram and Janhavi, two classmates attracted to each other. Helping them in expressing their love is Parshuram's friend Lala. There is nothing out of the box in the story department and definitely nothing that the audience hasn't seen before. At some places there are exactly similar scenes re-enacted from 'Timepass' and 'Shala'. Add to all this some more unnecessary scenes and characters and you have a film that you are detached from, since the first scene.
The film starts with a song dedicated to Lord Vitthal but since it has no relation to the film, one is bound to get confused. Same is the case with many other things in the film. Characters come and go like someone has deliberately put them in the scene just to fill up space. Veterans Arun Nalawade and Vilas Ujawane are wasted. Unexplained jumps in the narrative kill the slightest amount of interest generated. Whatever little remains after that, goes down the drain as a result of the loud acting (shrill voices included).
Some respite is provided by the songs (just the audio and not the visuals) crooned by singers like Swapnil Bandodkar, Abhijeet Sawant and Ketaki Mategaonkar but that doesn't make much of a difference when you look at the whole package. Though the director has tried to emulate a formula that has, in the past, proved successful, all you get here is a drab attempt of recreating the magic. Better avoid this one.