Review By : Galatta Review Panel
Release Date : 31-05-2019
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Censor certificate : U/A
100 Movie Cast & Crew
What happens when you dial 100? Many of us would have heard lectures to use the emergency helpline number 100 during times of distress. Calls made to 100 would be received by a police officer from the control room. Atharvaa in this film plays the role of a Sub-Inspector who attends calls made to the 100 helpline. It is something similar to what Mahesh Babu does in Spyder.
Atharvaa is a newly appointed SI who wishes to be the heroic type cop but unfortunately, he ends up doing a desk job in the Police Department. How his 100th call makes a huge difference to his career? How one case changes him from a young boy to a strong man? 100 talks about that episode of a newly appointed cop’s life. Just like most recent police stories, this too talks about drug and human trafficking. The core concept is filled with a lot of logical loopholes and dramatization but 100 definitely has a few highpoints to look out for.
Talking about our hero Atharvaa, his stunning and flawless physique adds so much of originality to the role of a policeman. His controlled acting needs praise and action sequences are just the platform for him to excel and shine. Atharvaa’s tailor-made presence provides the intensity to the story that it needs. However, he needs to work a bit on his comedies and romance but he is not the only person to blame here. The love track in the first half was never needed for this script, and we're glad Hansika wasn’t used in the second half.
Verdict :A commercialized cop film that is filled with logical loopholes