200 Halla Ho Bollywood
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|Added||:||Aug 20, 2021|
|Released||:||Aug 20, 2021|
|Genre||:||Crime, Drama, Thriller|
|Actors||:||Sanaloni Batra, Sushama Deshpde, Vinay Hake, Ishtiyak Khan, Sahil Khattar, Upendra Limaye, Amol Palekar, Rinku Rajguru, Flora Saini, Indraneil Sengupta, Pradhuman Singh, Barun Sobti, Punit Tiwari, Sahana Vasudevan|
|Director||:||Sarthak Dasgupta, Alok Batra|
|Writer||:||Abhijeet Das, Sarthak Dasgupta, Soumyajit Roy|
|Description||:||Loosely based on a real incident, 200: Halla Ho is the story of women, terrorised by a mobster whose gang raped, robbed, terrorised and murdered 300 families for 15 years until he met his nemesis in a young Dalit girl.
Akku Yadav is a mobster, who gang rapes, murders, robs and terrorizes 300 families without any fear of law, for a period of 15 years. He takes special interest in using the rape threat to break and humiliate the Dalit community. He allegedly rapes over 40 women and children, gets arrested 14 times but is never sentenced, therefore he has no fear of law and randomly picks up any woman he fancies – irrespective of their age. The police refuse to help the Dalits and go on to sell out the complainants to Akku. His reign of terror continues till he meets his nemesis in a young and educated Dalit girl – Usha Narayane. She files a FIR against Akku, and when cornered by him and his gang, threatens to burn them down. This inspires the villagers to revolt against Akku and file 40 FIRs, however when all their hopes of getting justice vanish, the women of the basti decide to take matters into their own hands and make a fitting example out of Akku.
Arushi Jain of The Indian Express gave the film a mixed review and stated, “Though a torpid screenplay fails the subject of the movie, veteran actor Amol Palekar stays committed to the character of a retired Dalit judge. He brings some profundity to a film that lacks depth.” Archika Khurana of The Times Of India gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and stated, “If you like non-fiction films based on true stories, this drama definitely deserves a watch in order to comprehend the grief and suffering that those women must have endured.” R.M. Vijayakar of India West gave the film a mixed review and stated, “This film may not be a must-watch in the way it is made, but it is certainly not a waste of resources and audience time like Yoodlee’s social thriller past excesses.” Mumbai Live gave the film a mixed review and stated, “The movie leaves a lasting impact on your mind and one wonders that no matter how much we talk about equality, there are certain sects that are still struggling to get the respect they deserve.” Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri of The Free Press Journal gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and stated, “If only it did not wear its activism, its social agenda, on its sleeves, it would have been more than the polemic tract it often feels like.”
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars and stated, “Drawing strength from a slew of quietly efficient performances, the director parlays the material into an impactful tale of crime and punishment that transcends genre limitations.” News 18 praised its “decent” production values, tone, pacing, “powerful” performances and “dramatic” direction.