100 Tamil Movie Review
Atharvaa ,Hansika Motwani ,Yogi Babu,Mime Gopi,Rahul Dev,Radha Ravi,Jangiri Madhumitha,Akashdeep Saigal,pillayar Ruthru,Arjai etc.
Directer – Sam Anton,Producer- Kaviya Mahesh,Written – Sam Anton,Music – Sam C. S.,Cinematography – Krish nan Vasant,Editer – Praveen K. L.,Production Company – Auraa Cinemas ,P R O -Sursh Chandra Rkha D’One
Troubled people’s tidings bring to the knowledge of cops by dialing the number of 100. We have heard the 199 0’s film “Aavasara Police 100“ the title and story belongs to a policeman drawback in the initial stage and power pack of police eccentric getting involved, the flick “100“ Sathya dream is to work in a police department and his girl friend Megha Venkatraman who works in a call center, Sathya annoyed about his girlfriend job, sitting in a place talking with the people is not an acceptable job.After teasing her lover, Sathya gets an offer from the poli ce department with all excitement Sathya steps in the control room, once he steps in that he felt about the kno wledge about his job, attending the calls from the public, the story might start from distinctive angle and reaches to the destination of safeguarding the young females from the culprit.Atharvaa plays in the leading role, where as Hansika Motwani, Yogi Babu, Mime Gopi, Radha Ravi and Jangiri Madhumitha endorse the film.
The film was directed by Sam Anton and music was composed by Sam C. S, now a days Kollywood industry conce ntrates on women brutality, which was happening in the society.Sathya sub inspector whose ultimate goal is to take risks in his job that he wanted to do adventure in his investigation. Unfortunately, his dream job meshes up that he was placed in the control room. Initial, Sathya gets annoyed with his job by attending the calls. Suddenly, a lady voice made him associated. A school going boy was kidnapped and by his intelligence investigation made him proud that he chased criminal in a short span and protect the small boy and hand over to his parents.In the control room every policemen celebrates their 100th call and they believed in the 100th call would give a turn ing point to them. In this scenario, a school going girl was missing and the cops identify a dead body and concl uded that was the missing girl and the case was closed.
In this situation, 100th call was the missing girl and she was kidnapped by a gang. Now the cop Sathya involved in the issue and gives his promise towards Sandhya that he would safeguard her. The first half made lethargic mo ves.When Sathya steps into the control room and started to investigate the innocent girls were getting targeted and for all these muddiness was getting solved by the girl statement and the culprit was near to him which hold ing the attention in the filmAtharvaa holds his position as in the distinctive screenplays. The script was dull in th e first half and somehow managed with the investigation of missing girl. Hansika eccentric used in few sequ enc es and she disappeared again jumped at the climax, Hansika charming and the graceful voice was lacking. The mu sic of Sam C. S made a seemliness attempt and Krishnan Vasanth focused on passable way. got pass mark.
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A cop on the run to solve a mission, save an innocent victim and bash down the baddies… It’s a time-worn theory that we have come across over the years. 100 belongs to one such league, which doesn’t surprise you anywhere. Yes, the concept is quite fresh and Sam Anton deserves special mention for this, but there are few drawbacks inv olved in this thriller drama.Is there another film industry as obsessed with inserting newspaper clippings into fil ms as Kollywood? Why do filmmakers feel the need to substantiate certain scenes with what’s going around in t he world? Is it a) to say that what’s happening on screen is merely a reflection of what’s happening in society (like we didn’t know that already) or b) they lack confidence in their written material and need to cite an external sou rce to make the story seem plausible? Either way, it’s something that instantly removes us from the fictional wo rld of the movie.
In Sam Anton’s 100 (the police helpline) the director brings up the Nungambakkam Railway Station case, Nir bh aya, Dhashwanth, Pollachi and more to make us relate to the story of yet-another vigilante policeman played by a barely effective Atharvaa. Even his name, Sathya, is option 1 in the baby-name book for future Tamil film co ps.There is a misconception by many filmmakers that half the portions should be spent on things to commercial ingredients as if everyone is dying to see the onscreen romance of Atharvaa and Hansika. Why should they kill the time with blind assumptions saying that they don’t care about rational audiences, but the carefree ones who want Masala flavour. If so, proceed making such movies and not to miss the fact that ‘Gurkha’, which is made by same filmmaker has already generated decent response to the teaser.Yet everything in the film is explained like it’s the first film ever to do so.He becomes a sub-inspector wanting to kick some ass but instead gets a job ans wering calls at the police control room.
Most of them are prank calls like schools kids who call in a bomb threat a day before the exam (like Vijay in Ku shi?). But its those rare real phone calls that make all the difference to Sathya’s life. A girl that was declared dead calls up the police control room one day to say she was kidnapped not killed. He traces the call and goes over-an d-above his line of duty to uncover what is most likely the most complicated web of crime which includes de liv ery boys, drugs, Facebook accounts, kidnappings, rich businessmen, sex trade, middle class girls and…Hansika. Hansika?She’s in this movie for exactly three scenes and one song and nothing more. I’m guessing it will take a ge nius scientist an entire lifetime to figure out what she’s actually doing in this movie. But what got me just as curi ous is the character played by Radha Ravi.He plays Pistol Prabhakaran, a third generation policeman who ha s never gotten the chance to actually use his pistol (he’s also unmarried so I guess there’s room for some deeper reading?).
And when he speaks of his desire to put his gun to use a week or so before his retirement, it doesn’t really take a genius to guess how the film will end. Not only does the remaining scenes become unexciting but it also kills any interest it managed to create until then. The twists are far too many and too implausible to keep us connected. 100 doesn’t even try after a point making it a call you just want to miss.The film is about a cop (Atharvaa Murali) who is assigned to attend the calls in control room until he gets a call from a girl in dangerous situation.Atharvaa looks too young for being a cop and know what? Cop roles aren’t just about wearing uniform that are tailored to their size to show them fit and doing some fast runs a and chases.Hansika Motwani is annoying to see and she lo oks pretty much aged for this role. Others in the star-cast are okay. Yogi Babu’s comedy tracks and Sam CS’ BGM are the only relief.There are some twists and turns in the second half, but most of them are likely predictable.On the whole, 100 has some racy moments in the second half, but if Sam Anton had made the narrative part much more engaging, it would have been a decent fare.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5