Movie Review: 200 Halla Ho - Newztezz Online


Saturday, August 21, 2021

Movie Review: 200 Halla Ho

Cast –
 Amol Palekar, Rinku Rajguru, Saloni Batra, Indranil Sengupta, Barun Sobti, Sahil Khattar, Flora Saini

Director –
Where can I watch Sarthak Dasgupta  G5
Rating – 4

The film '200 Halla Ho', is a story that might make you cry or your eyes moist. This film once again shows the mirror to the society. To that society where even today i.e. even in the 21st century, there is an inferiority complex against each other regarding caste and religion. Especially with Dalit people. This story also tells about the oppression of women of Dalit society.

Veteran actor Amol Palekar has returned to the screen after a long time through this film directed by Sarthak Dastagupta. The film includes many actors like Rinku Rajguru, Saloni Batra, Indranil Sen Gupta and Flora Seni. The film is inspired by a true incident, which gives a strong slap in the face of the society. So let us know how the film is, what is the story and whether you should watch it or not?

movie story

The story of this film begins with some ordinary looking houses. Then some women are seen running out of a court with their faces covered. ACP Abhay (Indranil Sengupta) enters the court at that time. In the courtroom, Abhay meets a man covered in blood, who has been brutally murdered. There are so many blows on his body that it was as if someone was sitting in a quest for revenge for many years and he did his job as soon as he got the chance.

Who were these women? This is revealed when Inspector Patil reaches Rahi Basti of Nagpur. After calling all the women out here, the police takes only five women with them. Now comes Asha (Rinku Rajguru). However, everyone instructs her not to go before the police, so that she can find ways to get the women out of jail. Hope plays a big part in whatever happens. Now the women have gone to jail, but who was murdered? So let's say. The murder happened of Balli Chaudhary (Sahil Khattar). That Bally Choudhary who belongs to the upper caste and politicians also have a hand on it. Balli Choudhary is a goon of Basti.

A committee is formed by Poornima (Plora Saini), who is the chairperson of the Women's Commission, to solve the murder mystery. This committee consists of four members. Retired judge Vitthal (Amol Palekar) is called to head the committee, who himself also comes from a Dalit community. However, during the investigation of this murder, he does not allow his caste to come in the way. When the trial begins, the five women arrested by the lower court are sentenced to life imprisonment. But one thing keeps popping up in Justice Vitthal's mind that after all, why did these women kill Balli Chaudhary?

Sudha Tai, one of those women who is serving a sentence, gives answers to these questions. Knowing the truth from him, it is as if the ground slips from under the feet of Justice Vitthal. After this, he decides to fight the case of these women in the upper court. Whether Justice Vitthal is able to win this case or not and why did these women kill Balli Chaudhary, you will know this only after watching the film. You must watch this movie once.

how was the acting?

Every person associated with the film was seen doing justice to his character. Then it is the chaiwala present at the tea stall or the person who testifies against women. Everyone has acted well. Amol Palekar has made a comeback after years and has told that even today no one is above him. Amol Palekar's dialogues make the film even more fun. On the other hand, Rinku Rajguru is molded in her character as if things are going on in reality, not a film. Apart from these, Barun Sobti also managed to do justice to his role in the role of a lawyer. Sahil Khattar, who plays the role of Bally Chaudhary, has done a great acting.

What was good about the movie?

Talking about the overall film, this film has managed to do justice to its story. The film is inspired by true events, due to which it does not bore anywhere. The film is long, but it keeps you hooked. There is only one song in the film and that too is very short. The issue of caste has been raised very well in the film. Why Dalit women endure years of oppression, that too has been explained very well. At the same time, the face of the law has been shown, which is only corrupt. To say the law is one for all, but at the grassroots level, it favors only the upper castes.

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