Pihu (2018) - Drama, Thriller

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The social thriller starring the two year baby girl. She is living in a home where the adults are going through a complicated phase. Being a toddler, she is occasionally trapped in the accidental situations.

IMDB: 6.7
Director: Kapri Vinod
Stars: Rahul Bagga, Pihu Myra Vishwakarma
Length: 91 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 9 out of 60 found boring (15%)

One-line Reviews (24)

Intense but gets repetitive .

I can really tell that Vinod is executing a creative vision and the execution is done well, yet I dont feel like the core idea of the movie in terms of plot is developed quite enough to make the movie thoroughly entertaining like it could have been/ was starting to be.

Slow moving, yet absolutely thrilling.

Complete boredom pack.

This movie is a total waste of time, it's not horror not anything.

This movie was hard to watch, it was gripping and intense.

Absolutely boring, the movie is about a small child, by the name of Pihu, left alone in an apartment while her mother (dead) won't wake up and her dad is travelling for a meeting.

We have seen lots of copied stories, stollen plots or plain boring movies being dolled out of bollywood.

Netflix movie selection committee should be dragged to court for airing this.

Other than that, the movie was slow.

Worst movie ever created!!!.

With all much of message and story the film just didn't make a impact it was intended to , even though the movie was just 90 mins it is damn slow .

The movie was entertaining for the most part despite from some predictable and unneeded scenes.

Intense .

Kudos to the team who made this amazing movie with just a 2 yrs old toddled and yet kept the audience on the edge...

It's worth watching once.

-------Pihu is not for the faint hearted, the director keeps you at the edge of the seat with the little girl slowly heading towards death in ignorance & Innocience , the film holds great grip till interval post that the 2nd half gets similar and repetitive hence making it a average film , director has given a great message on parenting and how one mistake or neggligence could lead to huge personal loss .

A movie worth watching .

However, Kapri uses these threatening situations to a point where it becomes repetitive and stretches the runtime.

Pihu will stir your emotions, you will be angry, it will consume you; what you never wondered becomes a reality -- in this soul stirring, intense, based on a true story film.

but the acting of the girl and intense breath taking situation really helped to improvise those mistakes...

Too Boring .

but that little girl is being exploited in a way some people find entertaining...

Pihu is hungry, bored and hopelessly lonely.