| Director||Rajan Khosa|
| Music||Sandesh Shandilya|
| Release Date||20-Jul-2012|
| Cast||Mohammad Samad, Naresh Kumar|
Movie Review:- In a quaint small town Roorkee, Haridwar lives a good humored, full of life orphan Gattu. who does weired jobs for meager income for his uncle. He spends most of his free time flying kites, a passion he nurtures nobly. However, there's one black Kite known as Kaali that gets the better of his attention as it flies high disreputably cutting any rival kite that challenges it with its glass coated string. Nobody knows the owner of the beastly kite that flies recklessly above everyone else. The local boys don't dare to mess with Kaali but it isn't for Gattu to let the Kite be.
Direction, Performance and Music:- All the kids in the movie have done excellent job with their characters especially Mohammad Samad in the title role of Gattu.
Director Rajan Khosa must be appreciated for creating the innocence on the screen, which will take you to your childhood.
Overall:- Gattu is a must watch for all but most especially cynics who believe 'there is no hope for any of us'. It took Gattu just a little less than two hours to prove it.