100 is directed by Ramesh Aravind Ramesh Aravind [born 1964] is an Indian writer, ac >> Read More... . The film has Ramesh Aravind, Rachita Ram Rachita ram is a Kannada film and TV actress who m >> Read More... , Raju Thalikote Raju Thalikote is an Indian supporting actor. He w >> Read More... , Shamna Kasim aka Poorna, Amitha Ranganath Amita Ranganath is a talented, hard-working, beaut >> Read More... , Prakash Belawadi Prakash Belawadi is a famous Indian journalist, ac >> Read More... , Vishwa Karna, Shilpa, and Baby Smaya in prominent roles. Ramesh Reddy Ramesh Reddy is a well know Telugu producer who re >> Read More... produced the film that has the music composition by Ravi Basrur Ravi Basrur is one of those few people who have th >> Read More... . Satya Hegde Satya Hegde was born on the 17th of May in the yea >> Read More... cranked the camera.
Vishnu is an honest cop and a caring brother to his younger sister. He is married and has a daughter too. A cybercriminal enters his life and threatens a couple of his family members, which makes Vishnu go deep to find the root of the crime. Was he able to sort out the issues? The rest of the film deals with Vishnu’s fight against the psycho criminal.
As usual, Ramesh Aravind has done justice to the assigned role. Rachita looks cute and has performed beautifully in emotional scenes. Poorna did a fantastic job. Prakash Belawadi and Vishwa Karna had also performed well.
The film is the remake of Thiruttu Payale 2, a Tamil movie. Ramesh Aravind had chosen the right script and altered it to suit the Kannada sensibilities. The characters are perfectly carved, and the stars fit well in the given roles. The leads look good, perform well, and give the audience a wonderful treat. The music is okayish, and the visuals are amazing. The film exposes how technology is misused and teaches how one has to stay secure.
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Ramesh Aravind has won the hearts with his perfect narration and incredible acting. The film has a good set of stars, who emoted well and impressed the audience. 100 – Watch-worthy!