Kuttey Ending Explained: Aasmaan Bhardwaj’s debut film titled “Kuttey” literally meaning “Dogs” has been released in the theatres and from what we were shown in the earlier looks of the film, its like a royal rumble between cops, gangsters, and even normal folk.

What we were presented with is people with different necessities crossing paths for something and how it all takes place is what the film is about. If you’re curious about the film, you’re at the right place.

Kuttey Ending Explained

  • Tabu: Pammi Sandhu
  • Arjun Kapoor: Gopal Tiwari
  • Naseeruddin Shah: Narayan Khobre
  • Konkona Sen Sharma: Lakshmi
  • Radhika Madan: Lovely Khobre
  • Kumud Mishra: Paaji
  • Shardul Bhardwaj: Danny Dandekar

Kuttey takes place on a rainy night on the outskirts of Mumbai where three gang cross paths. One of them is of Gopal played by Arjun Kapoor who is a suspended Police Officer who has created a gang with his fellow officers.

The second one is of Paaji played by Kumud Mishra who has teamed up with Tabu. Paaji works with Gopal and both of them have been suspended after they do a drug bust after taking a job from a competitor gangster but keep the drugs for themselves. The third gang is Lovely played by Radhika Madan along with her lover Danny. She’s the daughter of Don Khobre played by Naseeruddin Shah.

Both Lovely and Danny are in love and want to elope to Canada and need a lot of money quickly while Gopal and Paaji need money to come back from their suspension. Pammi needs money to live a life of leisure as she’s bored with the life Police have given her.

Who Gets All The Money In The End?

After Gopal hears about the company Transecure whose employees fill up the ATMs during the night with cash up to Rs. 4 Cr he plans a heist with his fellow officers. What he doesn’t realize is two other gangs are also doing the same and their paths cross on that fateful night when everyone wants that money and it’s every man for himself.

Arjun Kapoor aka Gopal is the only sole survivor of the shootout and he hides the money somewhere and goes back to his current life where he’s lauded as a great police officer for carrying out such an amazing operation.

He’s been awarded and interviewed on NEWS Channels as well; he’s even asked to come as a special guest and then he returns to take that money and is enjoying himself lavishly in Taj Hotel. He has everything he needs, as he has up to Rs. 4 Cr in cash himself.

However, he’s watching the news and there’s the news of Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi announcing demonetization where all the currency of Rs. 500 & 1000 will not be considered legal tender after midnight.

So, everything that he did was for nothing because he did start with nothing and ended up with the same, nothing.



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