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Tumbbad movie reviews


Here's what critics are saying about the movie Tumbbad, starring Sohum Shah, Anita Date, Mohammad Samad, Jyoti Malshe, Harish Khanna, Ronjini Chakraborty, Deepak Damle and others. 

The Indian Express

At one level, you can see Tumbbad as a film about insatiable greed and the consequences thereof. At another, it digs, literally and metaphorically, deeper: are humans ever satisfied; is enough ever enough? Greed, it shows us, turns men into monsters. That is true horror. Read the complete film review here.

Live Mint

The high point of part one is the scene of the grandmother dragging the impudent Vinayak through the cavernous house. It’s everything this genre feature should be—scary, grisly and full of evil dread. Read the complete film review here.

International Business Times

Tumbbad is a moody and atmospheric film. Some viewers may find the film a little too deep and disturbing, but fans of Hollywood horror films will be reminded of memorable movies in the genre like Pan's Labyrinth (2006) and Eraserhead (1977). This one is genuinely scary. Read the full review here. 

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